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  1. Current weather is kind of boring, so why not reminisce a little. In this thread we can post/discuss our favorite past December winter storms. One of mine goes back to the great month of December 2000. Fairly expansive area that received some form of wintry precipitation with this storm. Blizzard Warnings were issued late in the storm for parts of NE IL and NW IN. Fun storm in a fun month of winter. December 10-12, 2000 Winter Storm Surface maps from 0z 12/11 to 12z 12/12. Surface animation from IWX: National radar loops in six hour increments. 12/10 6:00pm to 12:00am: http://mesonet.agron.iastate.edu/current/mcview.phtml?prod=usrad&java=script&mode=archive&frames=73&interval=5&year=2000&month=12&day=10&hour=18&minute=0 12/11 12:00am to 6:00am: http://mesonet.agron.iastate.edu/current/mcview.phtml?prod=usrad&java=script&mode=archive&frames=73&interval=5&year=2000&month=12&day=11&hour=0&minute=0 12/11 6:00am to 12:00pm: http://mesonet.agron.iastate.edu/current/mcview.phtml?prod=usrad&java=script&mode=archive&frames=73&interval=5&year=2000&month=12&day=11&hour=6&minute=0 12/11 12:00pm to 6:00pm: http://mesonet.agron.iastate.edu/current/mcview.phtml?prod=usrad&java=script&mode=archive&frames=73&interval=5&year=2000&month=12&day=11&hour=12&minute=0 12/11 6:00pm to 12:00am: http://mesonet.agron.iastate.edu/current/mcview.phtml?prod=usrad&java=script&mode=archive&frames=73&interval=5&year=2000&month=12&day=11&hour=18&minute=0 12/12 12:00am to 6:00am: http://mesonet.agron.iastate.edu/current/mcview.phtml?prod=usrad&java=script&mode=archive&frames=73&interval=5&year=2000&month=12&day=12&hour=0&minute=0 Some snowfall totals from official sites: Alpena MI (APN): 6.0" Chicago IL (ORD): 9.5" Chicago IL (MDW): 14.5" Des Moines IA (DSM): 9.0" Detroit MI (DTW): 6.1" Dubuque IA (DBQ): 9.0" Flint MI (FNT): 14.0" Grand Rapids MI (GRR): 15.2" Lansing MI (LAN): 15.0" London ON (YXU): 9.5" Milwaukee WI (MKE): 13.6" Moline IL (MLI): 9.9" Muskegon MI (MKG): 13.0" Peoria IL (PIA): 8.0" Rockford IL (RFD): 8.3" Saginaw MI (MBS): 9.8" South Bend IN (SBN): 12.0" Toronto ON (downtown): 8.0" Toronto ON (YYZ): 8.0" Waterloo IA (ALO): 7.0" Windsor ON (YQG): 8.3" *May be some LES from 12/12 included in some of the amounts above.
  2. Going back for the last 20 years, here's where the season snowfall totals stood on November 30, December 15, and December 31 at ORD. It's really a mixed bag of some good, some bad. What followed the rest of these winters might be an idea for another time...but there are cases where slow starts turned around quite nicely and vice versa. Two good opposite ones are 1993-94 and 2000-01. November 30, 1992: 0.5" December 15, 1992: 6.2" December 31, 1992: 6.2" November 30, 1993: 0.2" December 15, 1993: 0.2" December 31, 1993: 1.4" November 30, 1994: T December 15, 1994: 6.4" December 31, 1994: 7.0" November 30, 1995: 3.9" December 15, 1995: 11.1" December 31, 1995: 13.8" November 30, 1996: 4.8" December 15, 1996: 8.1" December 31, 1996: 10.9" November 30, 1997: 3.3" December 15, 1997: Missing daily data December 31, 1997: 10.4" November 30, 1998: 0.2" December 15, 1998: 0.2" December 31, 1998: 1.2" November 30, 1999: 0.0" December 15, 1999: 0.3" December 31, 1999: 3.5" November 30, 2000: 0.1" December 15, 2000: 16.4" December 31, 2000: 31.0" November 30, 2001: 0.0" December 15, 2001: 0.1" December 31, 2001: 1.6" November 30, 2002: 4.7" December 15, 2002: 10.2" December 31, 2002: 12.7" November 30, 2003: T December 15, 2003: 0.8" December 31, 2003: 1.5" November 30, 2004: 5.1" December 15, 2004: 5.2" December 31, 2004: 5.7" November 30, 2005: 1.9" December 15, 2005: 11.7" December 31, 2005: 12.3" November 30, 2006: 0.7" December 15, 2006: 6.5" December 31, 2006: 6.5" November 30, 2007: 0.3" December 15, 2007: 9.0" December 31, 2007: 17.9" November 30, 2008: 0.6" December 15, 2008: 9.1" December 31, 2008: 22.5" November 30, 2009: T December 15, 2009: 6.5" December 31, 2009: 20.8" November 30, 2010: T December 15, 2010: 6.9" December 31, 2010: 16.2" November 30, 2011: T December 15, 2011: 0.5" December 31, 2011: 1.7"
  3. With West Virginia possibly getting some snow/rain showers this weekend,I think it is time to start looking out in the future for our area. Sunday
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