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Feb 12-13 Snowstorm

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4 minutes ago, hawkeye_wx said:

00z Euro

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The northern end is a bit better this run comparatively to the last 3 runs. 

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37 minutes ago, Stebo said:

The northern end is a bit better this run comparatively to the last 3 runs. 

So's the southern side. It's got Indy at 7" now and even Cincy at 1 .9" . Cincy had nothing before..

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Expected worse this am, south bleeding looks to have stopped and current sat trends look ok. Area looks on track for widespread 3-4, with some additional upside s and e cwa. 

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2 minutes ago, WeatherMonger said:

WPC 4" probs

 

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Seems a bit conservative doesnt it ? I would think the Indy area has a greater than 10% chance at 4". NWS has me at about 5" in the hourly grids.

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4 minutes ago, Snownado said:

Seems a bit conservative doesnt it ? I would think the Indy area has a greater than 10% chance at 4". NWS has me at about 5" in the hourly grids.

Depending on duration, your area could extend beyond 12Z  2/13 so woupdn't be included in Day 1 graphic. It was just something to post awaiting the 12Z NAM

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1 hour ago, OrdIowPitMsp said:

Pretty strange seeing Blizzard Warnings west of the metro and a WWA here for accumulations under an inch and blowing snow.

Should be interesting watching conditions deteriorate today. 

Even though this arctic air mass will be short-lived in the Midwest and Plains (what else is new), it's pretty potent.  Grand Forks ND was 29 at 1 AM this morning...and by 8 AM, it dropped to -13 with blowing snow and N winds sustained 39 mph, gusting to 49 mph...wind chill -47. :wub:  

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^

could be looking at 2019/ 2020 winter's peak over the next 36 hours.......................................................................................................

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21 minutes ago, RyanDe680 said:

Word.  Wish it was end of march already.

We get a lot of sunlight back the next couple weeks, something near term to look forward to

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5 minutes ago, King James said:

We get a lot of sunlight back the next couple weeks, something near term to look forward to

you know  it's been a tough winter when the snow thread turns toward the glory of lengthening daylight.. 

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