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  1. BlunderStorm

    Winter 2018-2019 Observations

    I figured since meteorological winter was just around the corner I'd go ahead and get the new observations topic ready. Let the season begin!
  2. Carvers Gap

    Fall Observations 2018

    I just realized that we need an observation thread for Fall. With the remnants of Flo approaching, though it might not be a bad idea to get the Fall obs thread rolling. What is left of Florence looks like it might be a rainmaker(within norms) for the eastern Valley. Wind advisories are hoisted for the mountains. Western NC is under a flood watch. Rivers that flow from NC such as the French Broad and Nolichucky may flood in TN due to rain in North Carolina.
  3. John1122

    Spring/Summer 2017 OBS.

    It's currently coming quite a t-storm in my neck of the woods. Got up to 70 today. Looking at a 50 degree drop over the next few days.
  4. *****UPDATE REQUIRED FOR JANUARY 2017***** The upcoming cold shot looks to deliver some of the coldest temperatures of the last few years. Here is a look at the coldest high temperatures as well as the coldest low temperatures recorded at Richmond since 2000. Coldest Highs (25°F or below) 21°F February 20, 2015 22°F January 7, 2014 and January 25, 2004 23°F February 19, 2015, January 22, 2014, January 16, 2009, and January 23, 2003 24°F January 8, 2017, January 7, 2017, January 26, 2004 and January 10, 2004 25°F January 24, 2014, January 19, 2005, December 20, 2004 and January 18, 2003 Coldest Lows (10°F or below) -1°F January 28, 2000 0°F January 9, 2017 2°F January 8, 2017 4°F February 21, 2015, February 20, 2015, January 30, 2014 and January 17, 2009 7°F January 23, 2014 8°F January 24, 2005 and January 18, 2003 9°F February 14, 2016, February 19, 2015 and January 22, 2000 10°F January 22, 2014, January 7, 2014, March 4, 2009, January 28, 2003 and January 29, 2000 It will be interesting to see how the cold shot stacks up with recent years.
  5. I'm being asked to forecast high temperatures, low temperatures, and sustained winds (at the surface) and I'm having difficulty finding accurate forecast models to predict each condition. So I'm asking what everyone uses to forecast these individual variables. Thus far, I've been using GFS MOS data and SREF plumes only. Any help will be greatly appreciated!!!
  6. 2014 temperature, precipitation, and snowfall numbers for Indianapolis...by month and year-to-date. LT = departure versus the longterm average values • 1872 to 2013 AP = departure versus the airport average values • 1943 to 2013 1981-10 = departure versus average values from 1981 to 2010 (may differ from 1981-10 NCDC normals, as these are strict averages/no smoothing)
  7. 1984-2013 meteorological summer temperature and precipitation averages for Evansville, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, and South Bend...just like the 30 year normals, but of the recent 30. Monthly and season average temperatures...80º+, 90º+, 100º+ days. Monthly and season average total precipitation...0.01"+, 0.10"+, 0.25"+, 0.50"+, and 1.00"+ days.
  8. Just going to dump a bunch of winter statistics about Indiana in this thread. First up, snowiest starts to a season for Indianapolis. 2013 ranks as the 14th best start on record for all years/seasons through December 16 (1884-present). All years that had at least 6.0" total snowfall, through December 16. 1977....16.3" 1989....14.0" 1932....12.5" 1899....11.4" 2005....11.2" 1966....10.7" 2010....10.7" 1996....10.6" 2007....10.5" 1917....9.5" 1898....9.3" 1942....9.1" 1950....9.0" 2013....8.9" 1884....8.1" 1914....7.5" 2000....7.1" 1886....6.8" 1951....6.7" 1967....6.7" 1974....6.5"
  9. Some summer climatology for several sites in the Midwest. I'll have more stuff to post soon. 1984-2013 mean average temperature and precipitation. 1984-2013 mean maximum and minimum temperatures. 1984-2013 mean number of 90º+ and 100º+ days (values rounded up/down). All values are "average of days" and are raw numbers (no smoothing). May differ from the NCDC method.
  10. Spring (March-May) temperature, precipitation, and snowfall rankings for Evansville, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, South Bend, and the state of Indiana. State of Indiana (temperature and precipitation records since 1895) Evansville (temperature and precipitation records since 1897, snowfall since 1898) Fort Wayne (temperature, precipitation, and snowfall records since 1897) Indianapolis (temperature and precipitation records since 1871, snowfall since 1884) South Bend (temperature, precipitation, and snowfall records since 1894)
  11. Number of 70º+ days for Chicago by month/year. Period of record: 1872 to 2014 Longterm averages are the entire data set. City averages are from when the official site was near the lakefront or downtown (1872 to June 1942). Airports averages are when the official site was either Midway or O'Hare airport (July 1942 to present).
  12. 70º+ days for Indianapolis by month/year. Period of record: 1871-2013 Averages are longterm values.
  13. Chicago WX

    Summer In Indianapolis

    As we head towards summer, I wanted to throw up a thread regarding summers in Indianapolis. In here I will ramble about various facts and what not, and follow the progress of summer 2013 for IND. First up, the past three summers at IND. All three are in the top 10 all time hottest summers (records since 1871). 1) 78.6º in 1874 2) 78.5º in 1936 3) 78.2º in 1934 4) 78.1º in 2010 5) 77.8º in 2012 6) 77.6º in 2011 7) 77.3º in 1983 7) 77.3º in 1872 9) 77.2º in 1873 10) 76.9º in 1901 Daily records broken or tied are highlighted in the below chart.
  14. Comparison between last year and this year for Indianapolis, through July. Been a bit different in 2013 versus 2012, but that should come as no shocker considering last year's epic warmth through July...and dryness to an extent. March and July stand out as pretty big temperature reversals, but every month this year has been cooler than last year's edition. Overall, 2013 has been 6.4º cooler than 2012...almost double the precipitation...and almost triple the snowfall. 1981-2010 normals for IND (avg max, avg min, avg temp, precipitation, snowfall): January: 35.6º...20.5º...28.1º...2.66"...8.6" February: 40.2º...23.9º...32.1º...2.32"...6.5" March: 51.7º...32.8º...42.2º...3.56"...2.6" April: 63.4º...42.7º...53.0º...3.81"...0.2" May: 72.8º...52.6º...62.7º...5.05"...T June: 81.9º...62.1º...72.0º...4.25"...0.0" July: 85.0º...65.8º...75.4º...4.55"...0.0"
  15. Short notice, but it's been awhile since we've done a contest. With this week looking to be the hottest of the season so far, I thought I'd thrown one out there. Got the format idea from the MA forum. Pretty simple...for each site, you pick the highest max, lowest max, highest min, and lowest min temperatures in the July 15-19 period...plus the max and min temp on July 19. Scoring will be total departures...lowest or closest wins. Deadline is 11:00pm central/12:00am eastern tonight. If you want "help", here's the link to MEX MOS guidance: http://www.nws.noaa.gov/mdl/synop/products.php Chicago (ORD) Highest maximum temperature: Lowest maximum temperature: Highest minimum temperature: Lowest minimum temperature: July 19 max/min temperature: Detroit (DTW) Highest maximum temperature: Lowest maximum temperature: Highest minimum temperature: Lowest minimum temperature: July 19 max/min temperature: St. Louis (STL) Highest maximum temperature: Lowest maximum temperature: Highest minimum temperature: Lowest minimum temperature: July 19 max/min temperature: Tiebreaker Highest dewpoint reading at LAF in the July 15-19 period: For example, using one site... St. Louis (STL) Highest maximum temperature: 98 Lowest maximum temperature: 91 Highest minimum temperature: 78 Lowest minimum temperature: 72 July 19 max/min temperature: 96/77 Tiebreaker Highest dewpoint reading at LAF in the July 15-19 period: 75
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