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    Perrysburg, OH
  1. April 2018 General Discussion

    This has been a very long winter, easily 4.5 months of winter weather. Couldn’t believe when I heard about that snow band up there yesterday
  2. April 2018 General Discussion

    Crazy seeing these flurries with heavy winds in early April. Just absolutely awful weather, cannot believe the utter lack of spring up here
  3. Feb. 19-24 Heavy rain and flooding threat

    So much ice in the rivers. This could get ugly
  4. Winter 2017-18 Medium/Long Range Disco

    It’s been a hard winter for sure here. While the snow has been above average, there has been very little thawing and we had that stretch around the holidays where we did not break 20° for 14 straight days. Been great hockey weather however
  5. February 8th-11th Overrunning Event

    For a storm yes, but we’ve had a ton of small events throughout the season. 20° temps are really helping these ratios on the surface
  6. February 8th-11th Overrunning Event

    Wow very impressed with this mornings snow. Really interested in what the current snow ratios are
  7. February 8th-11th Overrunning Event

    Little concerned by the tweets of a local Toledo met talking about how this will be a forgettable and underwhelming storm, with slow rates during the morning and low winds helping keep roads passable at least. A bit too cavalier for what’s 8-12” in 12 hours essentially
  8. February 8th-11th Overrunning Event

    I’d be a fan though lol. Just so dicey for metro Toledo which is literally split in half by this, one of my best friends who lives in Lambertville should see 8-12” while me here in Perrysburg could only be around 5-8”. Lol it’s a 22 minute drive and that probably will mean a 4-6” gap of snow
  9. February 8th-11th Overrunning Event

    Looking at the models and MOS outputs it’s quite an interesting storm on deck. The GFS verbatim is going 5-9” in Adrian MI while KTOL is at 3-5” and Findlay (KFDY) is at 1-2”. Just amazing to see such a sharp gradient within our viewing area, making every little wobble and bit of dry air from the south that much more important
  10. January 2018 Discussion

    Don’t see this often
  11. January 11-13 Winter Storm

    Was this band supposed to sit over me like this? I’ve never been so out of touch with a snowstorm in my life
  12. January 11-13 Winter Storm

    No haha supervisor on a night shift
  13. January 11-13 Winter Storm

    Boy this thread died quick. Holy smokes
  14. January 11-13 Winter Storm

    Yeah if Toledo were to get 15-20” it for sure would be
  15. January 11-13 Winter Storm

    The relative weakness of the low is pretty perfect for this area, so often you see a panhandle hook just wreck Chicago and the western side of the lakes. But that combination with a powerful arctic high over the Northern Plains should keep this over this way. Still a 50 MB drop between the pressure centers should make winds fairly intense, and blizzard conditions likely in that defo band. This is my greatest worry for NE Indiana, lower MI, and NW Ohio. These are very rural areas that will be buried for around a week by 12-18”