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  1. Stebo isn’t exactly known for being tactful. It’s been quiet around here and even if it’s only a single map, it’s at least something to keep this thread alive. It’s not as though we’re in Storm Mode where posts have to live up to a higher level of quality and scrutiny. What you posted was a curiosity at worst and a “oh, maybe we ought to keep an eye out on this time period” at best.
  2. Not sure why you were weenied but I agree! The lightning tonight alone would’ve been prolific for any mid-July storm, let alone with astronomical fall a week away!
  3. SNE’s 30-year hurricane drought finally coming to a close?
  4. Yeah it was the atmospheric equivalent of being hot-boxed in a 2010 Ford Mustang over here… Detroit had the 6th worst air pollution of all major world cities yesterday. AQI was around 180 at one point.
  5. We’ve all seen the crazy-ass Facebook posts from people we know personally. There is no overgeneralizing here.
  6. Interestingly, these two cities border one another.
  7. In like a lamb, out like a lion?
  8. When Mississippi and Louisiana have greater snow coverage than North and South Dakota in the middle of winter.
  9. There are definitely near-whiteouts from all this dry snow blowing around and it’s drifting pretty good. Ground truth is more dramatic than it appears on radar. As someone who grew up with Mass. blizzards, this looks like a pretty good (if relatively short-lived) one on the ground.
  10. 9+ inches of snow and a temperature of 6 degrees. Their average low is 33 this time of year.
  11. Only after half the total inches fall first.
  12. Arlington Heights with an inch while parts of downtown Chicago end up with 18”+ would be insane.
  13. Are these 30:1+ ratios for SE Michigan?
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