nwburbschaser

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About nwburbschaser

  • Birthday 10/21/1985

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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
    KORD
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  • Location:
    Rolling Meadows, Il
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    Chicago White Sox

    Chicago Bulls

    Da Bears

    Huh, I expected the Rocky Mountains would be a little rockier then this.

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  1. My power has gone out twice, but came back on quickly both times. The snow falling off trees onto my roof is making a nice thud.
  2. It just changed over to snow here. I'm about 6 miles NW of ORD.
  3. I can only hope that run will verify. This is setting up nicely for my area.
  4. The 0z HRRR is a great look for Cyclone. Also, it does seem to push back the onset of precipitation around here which could make for a very bad Monday morning rush hour.
  5. This might be a close call for me. I would be pretty bummed to miss a Sunday snowstorm by a few dozen miles.
  6. 12z Euro would be beautiful for my area. I'm not quite sold that this won't end up a bit NW of here, but I like how it looks right now.
  7. I'm not sure that I'd go with ideal at this point. We're still a week out so we have plenty of time before we should get too excited.
  8. This is way out in fantasy land. It would be a huge waste of time to even consider low placement at this range. I would just stick with ensembles and be happy that we have some support for storm potential coming up. Anything other than that, too early.
  9. I agree with Hoosier here and don't think this will be a huge issue. Also, modeled cloud cover at this point isn't overly reliable. Since we are talking about 11/17, that was a day that ended up clearing out a bit more than originally thought. It wasn't necessary, but it certainly aided in even better instability.
  10. I believe Andy was referring to the potential coming up later next week and beyond, not the threat for this weekend. That does look like a nice Pac jet coming in. It should be an interesting time period to follow severe wise.
  11. I really don't know all that much about tropics, but how does the HWRF handle things compared to GFS/Euro? It was south a while before the other models corrected that way and it hasn't changed so I've been putting a bit more stock in its solution. It goes right across Cuba.
  12. I think people might be discounting the idea that this landfalls in Cuba and gets significantly weakened before any potential US impacts.
  13. HWRF has Irma going right across Cuba. It's been on the southern end of model guidance for a while so I'm definitely keeping an eye on how it evolves. That would be bad news for Cuba, but definitely good news for the US. It also seems to be pretty far west before it makes any turn, but the model only goes to 126hr so maybe it would soon thereafter
  14. Something about this just kind of rubs me the wrong way. People have to think about others on the road because getting some damn video or seeing a storm isn't worth killing someone else or yourself over. I feel so bad for Corbin and his family.