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Radar suggests a batch of moderate to heavy snow is moving into Cyclone's area.

The snow here has been generally light, with a few bursts of moderate.  It is accumulating, but there's not enough heavier snow on the nw side of the system to produce much.  I probably have a few tenths, may end up with a half inch or so.

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27 minutes ago, hawkeye_wx said:

Radar suggests a batch of moderate to heavy snow is moving into Cyclone's area.

Yeah it's really coming down now, with large flakes.  Looks like an inch or so on the grass.  It's even sticking on pavement now.

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Exactly 4” imby. Coming down hard with very large flakes at the moment as a narrow heavy band moves overhead. Ironically the second heaviest snow of the season (not winter, ha) behind halloween for here. 

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That area along and just south of I-80 keeps getting trained by the heaviest returns.


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Just now, Chicago WX said:

4.5” here. Still coming down. We got a shot at 6” I think. :guitar::D

Wow. We had storms with 20 page threads this winter that didn't put down that much snow. Sitting 1.2" here, but it looks like WAA is going to win and flip us to rain soon.

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19 minutes ago, michsnowfreak said:

What was your biggest snow this season?

4.5” in February. This one will be the winner. 

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Based on what the Euro and GFS have been hinting lately, may as well go for the top 10 wettest Marches on record. As of Friday, Columbus has reached the 6th wettest March on record.

Cincinnati's Top 10 Wettest Marches:
1. 12.18" - 1964
2. 10.94" - 1945
3. 9.91" - 1963
4. 9.89" - 1897
5. 9.67" - 2008
6. 9.09" - 1913
7. 8.43" - 1907
8. 8.17" - 1904
9. 8.00" - 1933
10. 6.93" - 1939

Dayton's Top 10 Wettest Marches:
1. 8.89" - 1913
2. 8.65" - 1945
3. 7.90" - 1904
4. 7.65" - 1964
5. 7.41" - 1921
6. 6.98" - 2008
7. 6.80" - 1963
8. 6.28" - 1938
9. 6.00" - 1907
10. 5.99" - 1989

Columbus' Top 10 Wettest Marches
1. 9.59" - 1964
2. 8.09" - 1913
3. 8.08" - 1945
4. 7.66" - 1921
5. 7.58" - 2008
6. 7.15" - 2020 (as of 3/20)
7. 7.14" - 1963
8. 7.03" - 1898
9. 6.68" - 2007
10. 6.03" - 1908

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31 minutes ago, Chicago WX said:

4.5” in February. This one will be the winner. 

Wow nice.  Snowing beautifully out right now, but only expecting an inch or two, so definitely won't be our best snow of the season lol. Nighttime in late March ftw though, began accumulating on the grass immediately.

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3 minutes ago, cyclone77 said:

2.8", still snowing nicely.  Very nice rally the past 3hrs 

Setting the table for a winter of overperformers in 2020-21?

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41 minutes ago, Hoosier said:

Setting the table for a winter of overperformers in 2020-21?

Let's hope so.

Over 3" now, and still dumping.  Hard to believe I was wondering if we'd get anything to stick at all back around 5pm.

Here's 8hrs of time lapse condensed to under a minute, from about 1pm to 8pm.  Have added a few inches since this vid ended.  Should have switched it over to night lapse mode to keep it going.

 

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Got 1.0" so far, but snow is still coming down steadily. Should probably get another half inch or so. Never did a first call here, but was thinking 1.6".

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5.5" was my final. Awesome.

Biggest prettiest snowfall in MBY since I moved here. Awesome little storm indeed. Very pretty out
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Beautiful looking morning. Everything caked in white, even though it's just an inch of snow.

Unfortunately March diurnal effects will stop the accumulation soon, and probably flip us to rain. Based on qpf, this would have been a 6" er in Feb.

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Total snowfall 1.8" here, season total 38.4". DTW had 1.7", season total 38.3". Snowfall was a general 1 to 2.5" in SE MI. The scenes last night were gorgeous, then as melting was already well underway this morning, a last burst of huge feathers came thru.

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5 hours ago, Chicago Storm said:

Finished with 4.0” here.


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52 minutes ago, Chicago Storm said:

3.2” ORD.


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Top 5 event on the winter.

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