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Thanks! My family and I were fortunate enough to find a great house and a bunch of land up here on the ridge. Moved from the Gaylord NWS office to La Crosse back in September. The weather up here (about 700 feet above the valley floor) is just awesome...always windy and colder than down below. 

 

Grass is covered now. Agree about temps being a little on the cooler side. No real surprise given the strength of that high and airmass the past few days up across southern Canada. Down to 29° here at the house.

 

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Got to be up by NWS or off 33?  Nice view.  I'm north of you by the airport.   My brother lives right off 33 up on the bluff.   Don't you love the roads in this town?  Lang Drive?   :)

 

Its either letting up or its turning to liquid here. 

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You might need an arc.  GFS close to 2 inches of rain for you

 

 

nice to see and definitely a trend with the 12z runs

 

love a wet spring

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Thanks! My family and I were fortunate enough to find a great house and a bunch of land up here on the ridge. Moved from the Gaylord NWS office to La Crosse back in September. The weather up here (about 700 feet above the valley floor) is just awesome...always windy and colder than down below. 

 

Grass is covered now. Agree about temps being a little on the cooler side. No real surprise given the strength of that high and airmass the past few days up across southern Canada. Down to 29° here at the house.

 

 

Glad it worked out for you.

 

Are you tired of snow? I'd guess you took a 75% hit in annual snowfall.

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The 12z GFS. Yeah DLL, I don't get why the 12" area is all cut up like that. Doesn't make a lot of sense. 

 

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recent HRRR runs really hitting the front-end snow harder. It's showing a swath from southern Lake Huron over to Toronto of 4-6" at 10:1 ratios before the transition. Should be a fun drive home :)

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Nice band setting up over the MSP metro. Not sure how long it's going to last, but it's snowing good right now. Winds howling out of the east.

 

she's a beaut, should dump over southern metro

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EURO was a bit south. Low travels from south of Peoria to Iroquois County. Also noted that it was a little warm with initial temperatures in northern IL and southern and western WI.

 

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We had a couple periods of mostly snow, about a 15 minute period at the start and 20 minute period at the end of the bright banded part of the fronto band. Picked up a dusting.

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Might not last much longer with this burst but it is coming down good.  Grass completely covered.  Down to 30

 

30°. That's about 5-6° lower than the EURO has for 18z.

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more euro fantasy snow for mby

 

You should relocate to Grand Marais, MI.

 

The restaurant scene, naso good.

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Not even from the area, but wow NWSGaylord must not have seen the 12z suite! Most models depicting >12inches for that area.

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It's progress, they started at 4-6 inches a couple days ago with the same model outputs. Nothing has changed QPF for the region.

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You should relocate to Grand Marais, MI.

 

The restaurant scene, naso good.

 

 

good food and no republicans > snow

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good food and no republicans > snow

 

Oh, there are republicans in Chicago -- just not a majority.

 

Then again, there are so few people in Grand Marais, just having you move there would probably tilt the area blue.

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she's a beaut, should dump over southern metro

That NE/SW band is really not showing any signs of sagging south anytime soon. In fact a look at the regional radar back to Sioux Falls suggests it's expanding north.

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That NE/SW band is really not showing any signs of sagging south anytime soon. In fact a look at the regional radar back to Sioux Falls suggests it's expanding north.

 

 

700 mb fgen is really strong right over the band

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Around 2" snow here now, ripping pretty good with a 45dbz bright band of sleet only 15 miles south... all surfaces caked up with around 2" cement now... It will be interesting to see if the nam's big ice storm happens later tonight / tomorrow.

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34 and rain in Madison, had some sleet mixed in earlier.  Accumulated on the windshield of my car.  Not really looking forward to 1" of slop tomorrow morning.

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Just saw the blizzard warnings in WI. 

 

Green Bay NWS: 

 

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN GREEN BAY HAS ISSUED A BLIZZARD

WARNING...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 1 AM TO 1 PM CDT THURSDAY.

 
DOOR-OUTAGAMIE-BROWN-KEWAUNEE-WINNEBAGO-CALUMET-MANITOWOC-

INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...STURGEON BAY...FISH CREEK...
SISTER BAY...APPLETON...GREEN BAY...KEWAUNEE...LUXEMBURG...
OSHKOSH...NEENAH...MENASHA...CHILTON...BRILLION...NEW HOLSTEIN...
MANITOWOC...TWO RIVERS

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