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  1. February 2018 Discussion

  2. February 2018 Discussion

    Cincy hit 70 yesterday... man is it soggy...and I just looked at the 06 GFS thru 240, going to need a boat if that verifies, heck half that amount
  3. Let's Talk Winter!!

    Glad to see it worked out for CMH-East.... any reports from Coshocton? I can't recall how far Apple Valley (nice golf) but I recall it being 15-20 miles? Anyway-- solid glaze in SE Cincy--- my 15 mile commute to the w/nw saw varied conditions trending more towards sleet...another 6 miles to the north in Butler County-- 3-4" of snow; I have heard Springboro got a solid hit. Angry called the drunkeness of the 18z NAMs ---- though the 3k depicted the ice line well. Oh well...on to 40's and rain.
  4. Let's Talk Winter!!

    Looks like the NAM is trending colder in the mid levels thus easing up on the Frzng Rain and delivering more snow. At least there is a favorable trend--- the 06z and 12z had much more Frz Rain for SW Ohio.
  5. Let's Talk Winter!!

    Good luck guys-- looks like an inch and a half of slop in SE Hamilton County....better odds of accumulation in N/NW Cincy. Hoping for a little extra punch of cold air through the column...someone said it on here-- "you have to smell the rain, to get the heavy snow".....not liking the NAM depiction of ice....will see what the 12 z says
  6. Winter 2017-18 Medium/Long Range Disco

    "AngrySummons" will bash me for being a sucker but what the heck...the trend of 120--240hrs being so far off has to break sooner or later. Sign me up for the last two GFS runs in the next 10days for SW Ohio...it seems to me these types of wave scenarios often surprise when they aren't showing it ...meaning right now, looks like the Tues/Weds (second wave) has very nice potential but it may end up the first round (Sat/Sun) which turns out to be the bigger event (FWIW). Something to track, another likely disappointment...keeping the dream alive.
  7. Winter 2017-18 Medium/Long Range Disco

    Enjoying the relaxed pattern ATM---- starting to get really interested in the repeated signal at the beginning of the month; just looked at 0z GFS this morning and first thought was damn, wish I would have seen that sooner FMBY.....WHOA!?!?! Guess I am sucked back into this url
  8. January 11-13 Winter Storm

    And I know all my Buckeye brothers understand what I am talking about, particularly those not in the Northern sections of the state.
  9. January 11-13 Winter Storm

    That ILN map is fine by me...given how last year went and the misses to the SE.... I am talking freakin' GA/SC....this year. I'll take what I can get. Re: Winter in SW Ohio, if you want snow, you take what you can get. And the weenie in me likes the side we are on with the NAM given recent past performance...maybe not the 15", it's always over-juiced, but can I get 5 instead of 3? Here's to hoping.
  10. January 11-13 Winter Storm

    HOLY SMOKES-- if only we could lock it in
  11. January 11-13 Winter Storm

    Just looked at the 06 GFS, man it's really east.? Also saw the Euro maps (thx, btw)...let's split the difference and run this thing up I-71 from Louisville to Cleveland.
  12. Let's Talk Winter!!

    Phew!!! When I posted my message a couple of days ago, I thought to myself..."surprised Buckeye hasn't checked in.?. I hope he's ok"...... and all the while you are in the Bahamas.
  13. Let's Talk Winter!!

    You guys playing Possum in here, scared you'll jinx the pattern? LOL! I guess it's easy to do when we have been scorned by winters of the past. But it's a NEW season!!!! Wake up....time to dream big. I like what I see over the next 2 weeks...this is OUR year!
  14. Winter 2017-18 Medium/Long Range Disco

    THIS!!!!! Let's crank up the winter!!! Next week's potential looks quite nice....even if MBY tends to be south of the good action....lots of time to correct all that, but the signal has been persistent the last couple of days.
  15. March 30 Severe Weather Potential

    And humming along a good clip: * At 256 PM EDT, a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado was located 9 miles southwest of Crawfordsville, moving northeast at 50 mph.