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  1. Winds continue to favor pushing the near surface layer West at a faster rate (0-75M). This will slowly decay the warm layer near the surface East of 160W. While a cool pool tries to develop around 160-140W towards the SA coast. Gently sloping from 150M-75M subsurface(160-130W) sloping towards the surface in the nino 1-2 area. 150-180E/W looks to gain heat subsurface.
  2. Latest wind forecasts along the equatorial belt in the Pacific go cliff diving in favor of enhanced Easterlies over the entire ENSO geographical region..... This is the start of an eventual Lanina
  3. You would think we would be setting up for a major EL NINO heading into Spring next year. But the sub surface while leaning warm is not primed for strong Nino.
  4. What the hell is with the stagger effect along the coast? That has to be wrong?
  5. You guys have an uncanny ability to have things "epically" turn around for your area am the way till the end of March. After a while it can feel hopeless but it's not.
  6. Its freaking everywhere. So depressing. Absolutely no staying power.
  7. The low level jet is really laying us out now. So far the snow line has stayed in SEMO. Even under convective looking returns. The snow flake size has increased a lot.
  8. I'm surprised they ever went above 10-13. That probably is time sensitive and doesn't count what's already fallen tho.
  9. Looks like drizzle under the lighter returns. The warm layer is like 300ft deep at 32.5f. But ice nucleation and dendrite growth is definitely questionable at times.
  10. The latest nam is unbelievable. Almost 2" of liquid in my backyard. At 7"+ now
  11. The airport always does. The NWS headquarters in Weldon. springs about 25 miles NW of downtown will have a legit total.
  12. St Louis is a disaster. I am 15 miles ESE of downtown. We have 5-6" so far with heavy snow unfolding. Only a small break later on before it ramps up again
  13. Pwats are ridiculously high I think the Northern edge might be underdone
  14. Every single model has the biggest widespread snow event in St. Louis this decade. Rivaling 1-4-14. Pinch me.