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JoMo

MO/KS/AR/OK 2017-2018 Winter Wonderland Discussion

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Steady freezing rain again here on the north side of OKC with some rumbles of thunder.  Temperature is 30 F which will likely save us.  It is warm enough to limit ice accretion.  

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Nothing never came of the advisory here yesterday, was a total bust yet again. It did rain for about 20 minutes and was done, then the temps spiked throughout the night. Be safe for those of you who did/are getting ice from all this moisture!!

We did need all the recent rain though I'm sure, more on the way...my local trails stream is completely flooded now almost up to the trail which sits a good 10ft above the stream itself.

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If the Heady Pattern was correct, shouldn't we have seen another cold snap about now?? Just trying to figure out how all this works. Doesn't seem like there is any more winter left?

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On 3/1/2018 at 7:47 AM, GSwizzle83 said:

If the Heady Pattern was correct, shouldn't we have seen another cold snap about now?? Just trying to figure out how all this works. Doesn't seem like there is any more winter left?

I think our winter is done.   Another winter here without a 1" snow.  Unbelievable 3 in a row now.

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On 3/3/2018 at 6:56 PM, MoWeatherguy said:

I think our winter is done.   Another winter here without a 1" snow.  Unbelievable 3 in a row now.

Agree as well, it felt like it never even began minus the cold we had off and on! lol. What did u end up with this season so far up there man? I'm sitting at the 3rd season in a row with exactly a half inch of snow total lmao(that fell the day after xmas). Last time we saw a measurable snow here was 2014 according to my pics I save. Really pathetic area here if your a snow lover!

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21 hours ago, NwWhiteOut said:

Agree as well, it felt like it never even began minus the cold we had off and on! lol. What did u end up with this season so far up there man? I'm sitting at the 3rd season in a row with exactly a half inch of snow total lmao(that fell the day after xmas). Last time we saw a measurable snow here was 2014 according to my pics I save. Really pathetic area here if your a snow lover!

Yah this area may be worse now than NE Tex where i grew up.  We might go 3 yrs down that way with no snow,  like here lol.   But we didn't expect it there every year.   We gotta really lower our expectations here.   I think my total was half inch.  

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Crazy day up here in mid Missouri. Off and on heavy snow. I would say visisibitly was under 100 yards a couple times. Ground temps are above 40, but it's been snowing hard enough to accumulate in places. Haven't seen it snow this hard since the 2013/2014 winter. Fun to see but if we're aren't going to get anything big, I'm ready for spring. Bring on the 70s and severe storms. 

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Fairly happy with how my winter outlook turned out for this region of the US, and really most of the US besides the interior West - for anyone who read it in mid-October.

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On 3/26/2018 at 2:26 PM, JoMo said:

Well, this winter was pretty awful as well. 

You got way more than me man lol!!! Finished(maybe, I see hints of a mixed bag sunday night?) at a half inch or even less for year 3 lol.

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On 3/26/2018 at 7:32 PM, WhiteoutWX said:

All I can say to that is wow...

Besides being nearly the worst state in every relevant statistical category, it doesn't snow anymore either. I'd move tomorrow if I could. I'm going to finish with .2" of actual measurable snow. Just wow is right. Literally almost the entire Gulf coast (except south Florida) got more snow than we did.

 

@raindance: Good work. Your precipitation forecast over this area was literally saved by the last 10 or so days of February. Cutting it close. Lol. Great job and awesome work.

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A little Easter freezing rain at Kansas City (yes, it is FZRA at KC International Airport.) Gee, cut us some slack, it's Spring. Let's not have freezing rain.

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4 hours ago, bdgwx said:

We may see some accumulating snow in MO this weekend.

Some models, especially the NAM show a fairly heavy April snow event. Almost all the models show at least several inches of accumulation from Friday night into Sunday afternoon. Not a ton of agreement on where exactly the heaviest snow accumulations will be attm though. 

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10 hours ago, JoMo said:

Sleeted pretty good earlier, now it's really snowing pretty hard. 

Got a coating here lol, an advisory up for who knows what reason. The roads are dry and fine, we got a lil rain last night but it was so windy it dried right up then around 1am it went right over to flurries. Extremely cold though I will say that! When I got up this morning to let the cat out the snow was coming down, thats what gave us the coating we got on the ground...other than that no where near as much precip as they were calling for it seemed.

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Daytime accumulating snow here in Oklahoma City. Pretty remarkable for April 7th. Still 26F at noon, despite an average high of 70F. According PSU e-WALL data, the temperature is 37F below average for 17z.

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On 4/7/2018 at 11:00 AM, Will (little rock) said:

Went to Branson for the weekend and we got about an inch of snow here

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My nephew went to a youth event up there it was quite chilly for them. Been quite the April opener this year for sure. Year without a spring continues. Going straight to summer out west this week.

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