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  1. Mother Nature has a way of getting our attention and enjoying being outdoors. Whenever she catches our eye, whether it’s a sunset, thunderstorm, or other we always stop and pull out our phones to capture that special moment. You could take a picture of a sunset at the same location and someone wouldn't even know the difference. That’s the beauty of it. I hope everyone will enjoy photos I post overtime.
  2. Another snowfall season is upon us...and so is another contest. This year we'll be doing the entire season...which officially runs from July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016. So, obviously it's already started, but whatever. The contest is pretty simple: guess the total season snowfall for each of the following 20 sites in our region/sub-forum. Alpena, MI (APN) Chicago, IL (ORD) Cleveland, OH (CLE) Columbus, OH (CMH) Detroit, MI (DTW) Fort Wayne, IN (FWA) Grand Rapids, MI (GRR) Green Bay, WI (GRB) Indianapolis, IN (IND) La Crosse, WI (LSE) London, ON (YXU) Louisville, KY (SDF) Marquette, MI (MQT) Milwaukee, WI (MKE) Minneapolis, MN (MSP) Moline, IL (MLI) Paducah, KY (PAH) Peoria, IL (PIA) St. Louis, MO (STL) Toronto, ON (YYZ) Tiebreaker #1: December total snowfall at ORD Tiebreaker #2: January total snowfall at IND Tiebreaker #3: February total snowfall at DTW Winner will be the person who has the least total error from actual snowfall. Deadline to enter is November 1, 2015. Good luck to all. A little help maybe, but here's the last 30 years of season snowfall totals for all 20 sites (and the average of those 30 seasons). Nino seasons shaded in red.
  3. 2014-15 snowfall contest is open for business. Over/unders are boring, so this year we're picking the total amount of snowfall for each city below that is recorded from November 1, 2014 to March 31, 2015. I'll figure out the best way to score it at some point, but that shouldn't matter with your guesses. Deadline to enter is November 3, 2014. Good luck to all. Alpena, MI (APN) Chicago, IL (ORD) Cleveland, OH (CLE) Columbus, OH (CMH) Detroit, MI (DTW) Fort Wayne, IN (FWA) Grand Rapids, MI (GRR) Green Bay, WI (GRB) Indianapolis, IN (IND) La Crosse, WI (LSE) London, ON (YXU) Louisville, KY (SDF) Marquette, MI (MQT) Milwaukee, WI (MKE) Minneapolis, MN (MSP) Moline, IL (MLI) Paducah, KY (PAH) Peoria, IL (PIA) St. Louis, MO (STL) Toronto, ON (YYZ) Tiebreakers are going out of region, just for kicks. Tiebreaker #1 • total snowfall in December 2014 for Buffalo, NY (BUF) Tiebreaker #2 • total snowfall in January 2015 for Boston, MA (BOS) Tiebreaker #3 • total snowfall in February 2015 for Washington DC (DCA) Maybe a little of help...here are the 1981-10 snowfall normals for each city.
  4. Haven't had one of these in awhile, so let's do one. Guess the total snowfall for this storm (we'll put the dates as Jan 31 thru Feb 2 right now) for the following sites. Winner gets snow. Deadline to enter is 3:00pm Saturday 1/31. Chicago IL (ORD) Cleveland OH (CLE) Columbus OH (CMH) Detroit MI (DTW) Fort Wayne IN (FWA) Grand Rapids MI (GRR) Indianapolis IN (IND) Milwaukee WI (MKE) Moline IL (MLI) Peoria IL (PIA) Bonus question: total snowfall for LAF
  5. Title is a little mis-leading, because as per my research, there's only been one winter storm that Chicago, Columbus, Detroit, Indianapolis, St. Louis, and Toronto all had at least 6" of snow.....and that being.....January 1-3, 1999. I used Indianapolis as my baseline, and their 6"+ storms...and went and looked up the others to see what they got in those storms. 9 other storms came close, but one city failed in each case to get to 6". Regardless, we'll still take a peak at those storms later. First up, the storm that did achieve the hard-to-achieve...January 1-3, 1999: The New Year's Day Blizzard Chicago: 21.6" Columbus: 6.6" Detroit: 11.3" Indianapolis: 10.9" St. Louis: 8.0" Toronto: 8.6" (15.1" at the downtown station)