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  1. Yep, a more very similar to Ukie, GEM, and RGEM today.
  2. The Ukmet def. looks to be even a little more SW of the CMC.
  3. ams30721us

    April 14-15 Snow Potential

    Meanwhile in Macomb, IL
  4. ams30721us

    April 14-15 Snow Potential

    Pad dem stats! lol We still have all of May Radar back in Oklahoma and Missouri looking nice this evening...
  5. ams30721us

    April 14-15 Snow Potential

    00z Hi-Res NAM and RAP starting to look a little more juicy again for areas back to the southwest too.
  6. ams30721us

    April 14-15 Snow Potential

    Ha! Sounds about right. A literal nowcast, wait and see mode to how radar shapes up now.
  7. ams30721us

    April 2019 Discussion

    Pretty impressive that the Euro has been consistent the past few days with showing 2m temps in the low to mid 30s under whereever that band sets up the during the afternoon heating on Sunday. Then, Spring break just southeast.
  8. ams30721us

    April 2019 Discussion

    Well we still have 72 hours or so to see if these thermals hold, and where exactly that defo band looks to setup. 12Z Euro, fairly similar to its 00z counterpart from my quick glance.
  9. ams30721us

    April 2019 Discussion

    Yep, either the GFS is going to score a big coup or the NAM/EURO camp is going to nail a very decent wet snow event somewhere in eastern Iowa, or Illinois. Yikes!
  10. ams30721us

    April 2019 Discussion

    Only cause we still have a shot at breaking the all-time snowiest season ever, I will approve of this long range NAM post! Ha! At least the Euro is not the complete lonely outlier.
  11. ams30721us

    March 2019 Discussion

    What a nice little system. Didn’t even pay any attention to it until yesterday. Picked up some very nice rates overnight. A few totals from around the QC: Muscatine: 1.6”. MLI: 2.1”. DVN: 3.0”. Princeton 5.0”. Cambridge: 7.0” *Now Top 5 Snowiest seasons in the QC. Here’s a few picks I snapped around 4am:
  12. ams30721us

    March 2019 Discussion

    Uhm.. well hello, F-Gen band. Looks like folks a few miles on either side of the I-80 corridor has a chance to pick up a quick period of moderate to heavy snow tonight, as this compact clipper pivots across the region with some potential convective features.
  13. ams30721us

    Feb 19-20th winter storm

    Wednesday morning may feature some pretty decent snowfall rates. Here in the QC we go from just trace amounts around midnight, to around 5 inches between midnight-6am w/ an additional inch or so after sunrise per the 00z Euro.
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