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November 17-19 Wind/Rain/Snow

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Numerous places reporting 2-3” of rain from this morning, lots of road flooding in CMI  probably due in part to leaves clogging the drains. Cold front came through and winds are gusting to 35MPH temps have fallen from 63 back down to 40. 

 

A very roller coaster pattern. 

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We had some mixing in the loop earlier, which I was surprised to see. Solid flake size as well. Was very interesting to observe the temperature profile in that just 200 feet higher, there was noticeably more snow.

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46 minutes ago, mimillman said:

We had some mixing in the loop earlier, which I was surprised to see. Solid flake size as well. Was very interesting to observe the temperature profile in that just 200 feet higher, there was noticeably more snow.

Looked like there were some wet flakes hitting my window while I was driving.  That's about it though.

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1 minute ago, Chinook said:

987.6 mb at Findlay, OH. That's a category 1 hurricane right there. oops. Wrong type of storm.

Holy cow. Still raining cats and dogs here.

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12 minutes ago, Chinook said:

987.6 mb at Findlay, OH. That's a category 1 hurricane right there. oops. Wrong type of storm.

I have 988.4 here. I think the low passed nearly overhead a short time ago.

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Only 0.32" here.  Seems like the heavier precip has been missing us south and east quite a bit the last month or so.  Haven't heard thunder in well over a month.

99% rain event here.  Saw some half melted small flakes mixing in during the last hour or so of the event.  Last Sunday's snow was much more impressive relatively speaking.  

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Rain turned to snow for a few hours here this afternoon.

Snowed long and hard enough for a non-measurable slushy dusting on some surfaces.

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iwxchat    2017/11/18 7:58 PM    iembot    
Kalida [Putnam Co, OH] MESONET reports HEAVY RAIN of 4.73 INCH at 18 Nov, 7:19 PM EST -- MESONET STATION D3681, KALIDA.

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