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  1. Hoosier's thread got me thinking, so I put together something for Indianapolis with monthly average temperature departures. Indy's official recorded history is pretty much divided between downtown sites (1871-1942) and the airport sites (1943-present). With that in mind, I separated the two...because there logically would be a bit of a difference between the two ("urban" downtown warmer, "rural" airport cooler). Plus temperature siting/measuring issues and what not throughout time. Departures for each site based off the average of their respective periods of record. Month/Year in italics means another year not shown is tied with that value. Downtown era monthly temperatures and departures • top 5 warmest and coolest for each month. Period of record 1871-1942: Airport era monthly temperatures and departures • top 5 warmest and coolest for each month. Period of record 1943-present:
  2. In light of what transpired in MI this past week, here are the top 10 official highest one and two calendar day precipitation totals for several cities in the sub-forum.
  3. Why not, I'll try my luck. Day 2 outlook DAY 2 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK CORR 1 NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK 0110 AM CDT FRI JUL 11 2014 VALID 121200Z - 131200Z ...THERE IS A SLGT RISK OF SVR TSTMS ACROSS PARTS OF THE CENTRAL PLAINS TO UPPER MIDWEST... CORRECTED TO INCLUDE NO THUNDER AREA WEST OF THE APPALACHIANS. ...SUMMARY... STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE FORECAST TO DEVELOP FROM PORTIONS OF CENTRAL PLAINS AND UPPER MIDWEST INTO PARTS OF THE WESTERN GREAT LAKES ON SATURDAY. MORE SCATTERED STRONG TO SEVERE STORMS MAY ALSO DEVELOP FROM THE NORTHERN ROCKIES TO THE CENTRAL HIGH PLAINS. ...SYNOPSIS... MID-LEVEL HEIGHT FALLS WILL BEGIN TO SPREAD SOUTHEAST FROM SOUTHERN CANADA TOWARD THE NORTHERN PLAINS AND UPPER GREAT LAKES THIS PERIOD. MOST SUBSTANTIAL AMPLIFICATION OVER THESE AREAS IS FORECAST TO OCCUR THROUGH EARLY SUN...A BIT LATER/SLOWER THAN PREVIOUS FORECASTS. AHEAD OF THE AMPLIFYING TROUGH...A LEADING WEAK TROUGH/FRONTAL ZONE WILL EXTEND FROM LOWER MI SOUTHWEST TO KS/NEB BORDER AREA AND THEN CURVE WEST-NORTHWEST INTO THE CENTRAL HIGH PLAINS EARLY SAT. A VERY WARM AIRMASS WILL RESIDE SOUTH OF THIS BOUNDARY...COINCIDENT WITH A BROAD MID/UPPER-LEVEL RIDGE AND WEAKER FLOW ALOFT. LOW-AMPLITUDE DISTURBANCES ORBITING THE UPPER RIDGE AND EMANATING FROM DIURNAL CONVECTION ACROSS THE ROCKIES AND SOUTHWEST...IN CONCERT WITH THE GREAT PLAINS LOW-LEVEL JET...WILL LIKELY RESULT IN ONE OR MORE CLUSTERS OF ONGOING/ELEVATED STORMS ALONG/NORTH OF THE SURFACE BOUNDARY...FROM THE CENTRAL PLAINS TO UPPER MIDWEST. A MORE SUBSTANTIAL COLD FRONT ASSOCIATED WITH THE MID/UPPER TROUGH AMPLIFICATION SHOULD DEVELOP SOUTHEAST ACROSS NORTHEAST ND AND NORTHERN MN DURING SAT EVENING. WHILE ISOLATED STRONG STORMS ARE POSSIBLE NEAR THIS FRONT...GREATER SEVERE WEATHER POTENTIAL DURING THE DAY WILL LIKELY EVOLVE WELL AHEAD OF THE COLD FRONT...ALONG THE LEADING BOUNDARY FROM EASTERN NEB TO LOWER MI AND NORTHERN IND. ...CENTRAL PLAINS TO UPPER MIDWEST... A CORRIDOR OF STRONG TO LOCALLY EXTREME INSTABILITY /SBCAPE 2000-4000 J PER KG/ IS FORECAST TO DEVELOP ACROSS THESE AREAS WITH HEATING OF THE DAY. CONTINUATION OF AFOREMENTIONED NOCTURNALLY SUSTAINED CONVECTIVE SYSTEMS SHOULD CONTRIBUTE TO LOCALLY ENHANCED LOW LEVEL CONVERGENCE AND DIFFERENTIAL HEATING BOUNDARIES AMIDST INCREASING...BUT GENERALLY CAPPED INSTABILITY...FROM NEB ACROSS IA INTO SOUTHERN WI. WEAK HEIGHT FALLS AND MODEST STRENGTHENING OF THE WESTERLY MID-LEVEL FLOW SHOULD SUPPORT AN INCREASE IN BOTH CONVECTIVE COVERAGE AND ORGANIZATION THROUGH THE DAY WITH SEVERE HAIL/WIND POTENTIAL DEVELOPING EAST FROM THE MO RIVER VALLEY TO THE MS RIVER THROUGH THE EVENING. SOME OF THESE STORMS MAY PERSIST EAST INTO LOWER MI AND PARTS OF NORTHWEST OH LATE INTO SAT NIGHT GIVEN THE INCREASE IN FORCING AND ASCENT AS THE UPPER TROUGH UNDERGOES STRONGER AMPLIFICATION. HOWEVER...DIMINISHING INSTABILITY WITH EASTWARD EXTENT...AND TIME OF DAY SHOULD LIMIT SEVERE POTENTIAL WITH TIME.
  4. Total snowfall for March 11-12 for these locations. Need an exact value. If it spills over into the 13th for the Ontario locations, we'll count that. Lowest total departure wins. Deadline is after the 3/11 0z Euro run tonight, or technically March 11 at 12:00AM CT/ 1:00AM ET. Winner gets nothing. Chicago IL (ORD): Cleveland OH (CLE): Detroit MI (DTW): Grand Rapids MI (GRR): Indianapolis IN (IND): Fort Wayne IN (FWA): London ON (YXU): Milwaukee WI (MKE): Moline IL (MLI): Toronto ON (YYZ): Tiebreaker: will you personally be invited to Moneyman's fantasy baseball league? Yes or No
  5. I know next to nothing about medium range severe weather possibilities/threats, but thought it might be nice for those in the know to discuss the medium range pertaining to that in this thread. Might be a nice thing to look back on at a later time, to see how the models and hobbyists handled things...correctly or incorrectly.
  6. It's been a wet Spring in some places of the Midwest. So much so that some locations are having a top 10 wettest Spring. Also, I'm going to list the monthly top 10's in the following posts. If I missed any, my apologies. If you know of an addition, please post it. Spring Top 10 Precipitation Rankings Chicago IL 1) 17.51" in 1983 2) 15.67" in 1882 3) 15.64" in 2013 4) 15.59" in 1975 5) 15.18" in 1878 6) 14.99" in 1947 7) 14.79" in 2011 8) 14.31" in 1873 9) 14.23" in 1973 10) 14.15" in 1976 Columbia MO 1) 22.73" in 1922 2) 21.77" in 1929 3) 20.57" in 1990 4) 20.47" in 2013 5) 20.46" in 1995 6) 20.12" in 1893 7) 19.68" in 1892 8) 19.50" in 1927 9) 18.82" in 1970 10) 18.05" in 1973 Dubuque IA 1) 19.28" in 1959 2) 18.16" in 2013 3) 17.37" in 1962 4) 17.28" in 2008 5) 17.23" in 1964 6) 17.03" in 1965 7) 16.38" in 1973 8) 16.19" in 1896 9) 15.46" in 1892 10) 14.25" in 1960 LaCrosse WI 1) 17.21" in 1973 2) 16.53" in 2013 3) 15.37" in 1945 4) 15.05" in 1991 5) 14.61" in 2004 6) 14.47" in 1993 7) 13.61" in 1888 8) 13.28" in 1908 9) 13.11" in 1903 10) 12.88" in 1960 Moline IL 1) 25.69" in 1973 2) 19.45" in 1974 3) 18.35" in 1970 4) 17.86" in 1990 5) 17.75" in 2013 6) 17.31" in 1892 7) 16.44" in 1876 8) 15.42" in 1944 9) 15.25" in 2004 10) 14.65" in 1995 Peoria IL 1) 20.79" in 2013 2) 19.91" in 2009 3) 18.64" in 1927 4) 18.36" in 1944 5) 16.56" in 1983 6) 16.52" in 1995 7) 16.20" in 1957 8) 15.72" in 1933, 1973 9) 15.54" in 1947 10) 15.51" in 1893 Rochester MN 1) 21.90" in 2013 2) 15.99" in 1888 3) 15.88" in 2001 4) 14.57" in 2001 5) 14.35" in 1945 6) 12.85" in 1982 7) 12.60" in 1999 8) 12.37" in 1973 9) 12.06" in 1938 10) 11.91" in 1991 St. Louis MO 1) 23.18" in 1927 2) 22.99" in 2008 3) 22.41" in 1929 4) 21.36" in 1893 5) 20.13" in 1898 6) 19.44" in 1995 7) 17.98" in 1912 8) 17.75" in 1957, 2013 9) 17.44" in 1921 10) 17.39" in 1892 Springfield IL 1) 21.83" in 1893 2) 19.36" in 1882 3) 19.30" in 2013 4) 19.05" in 1927 5) 18.65" in 1920 6) 18.56" in 1898 7) 17.76" in 1933 8) 17.39" in 1892 9) 16.65" in 1922 10) 16.58" in 1996
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