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MO/KS/AR/OK 2019-2020 Winter Wonderland Discussion

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35 minutes ago, lokee said:

Canadian hinting at a system in the region next week.

Can't wait for another near miss!

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1 hour ago, MUWX said:

Can't wait for another near miss!

LOL and you know it probably will be too. Jeesh can we all just get 1 decent snow storm for goodness sake! Im going crazy and craving snow like I do coffee lol

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1 hour ago, Doramo said:

Temps went to 33 and most ice melted at 11:am or so but now 3:15 pm  temp dropped to 32 and ice is reforming .  I thought the temp was supposed to continue to rise?   

It will rise overnight. Just issues with wet bulbing and the air that was in place due to the elevation changes in that area.

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3 hours ago, MUWX said:

Can't wait for another near miss!

"This time it will be different... I promise." -- I have heard that song and dance before. 

Wow, I sound bitter. :underthewx:

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I'm not going to fall for this trickery updated forecast for this week, nope not happening until I see white stuff sticking on the ground this time. Must resist!!! But my oh my this forecast sounds sketchy and messy as always once again lol

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Nam is holding on strong but looks like by other models we might see a flake between all of us.

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Okc got a backdoor cold front this evening. I know models have a hard time picking up on those.

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Meh, advisory up from 3am tonight for up to a whoppin half inch of snow/sleet then over to a 35 degree rain tomorrow and a 33(shocker there, whats up with this nonstop 33 degree and rain bull!!) rain. Meh, NEXT. Im ready to throw the towel in once again, I guess theres still February who knows lol? I know I'm belly aching but goodness I just want one decent snow, this is so so old now for the 7th season in a row.

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Another incredibly challenging forecast. Glad I don't have to make any calls on this one. SGF called for a high of 36, only 33 currently. Has a little bit of time left to warm up, but a degree or two could make all the difference on this event so something to watch, in the short term. 

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1 hour ago, MUWX said:

Another incredibly challenging forecast. Glad I don't have to make any calls on this one. SGF called for a high of 36, only 33 currently. Has a little bit of time left to warm up, but a degree or two could make all the difference on this event so something to watch, in the short term. 

I know, I just read Tulsas disco and its all over the place and confusing. Sounds to be another nightmare to predict, going to have to just watch and see again...its 41 here but they were a little low with the temps today. Predicted 37, I dont see much coming of this for here once again but we shall see. They were mentioning thunderstorms again next week lmao(possibly)

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WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY
ISSUED: 2:55 PM JAN. 21, 2020 – NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM NOON WEDNESDAY TO NOON
CST THURSDAY...

* WHAT...Mixed precipitation expected. Total snow accumulations
of up to two inches and ice accumulations of a light glaze.

* WHERE...Portions of central, east central, south central and
southwest Missouri.

* WHEN...From noon Wednesday to noon CST Thursday.

* IMPACTS...Plan on slippery road conditions. The hazardous
conditions could impact the morning or evening commute.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Locations along and south of Interstate 44
and east of Highway 65 will be the most vulnerable to hazardous
travel Wednesday evening as temperatures cool below freezing
with heavier precipitation moving in. Accumulations may not be
heavy, but icy roadways are anticipated as precipitation melts
and then freezes onto sub-freezing surfaces.

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If the HRRR is right, SGF is going to look down right foolish tomorrow. Advisory starts at noon... HRRR has temps into the 40s by then 

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1 hour ago, MoWeatherguy said:

Yessir, never seen anything like this all my life. SMDH

Me either to be totally honest, ever. Its probly one of if not the warmest winter I have ever experienced in my 45 years as well! Insane craziness haha

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