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Winter 2020-21 Medium/Long Range Discussion

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19 hours ago, Chambana said:

I am kinda glad. I bought a new Traeger pellet smoker/grill and I’m dying to use it. While this stretch was fun, and entertaining, wouldn’t mind some warmth. 

Team Traeger!  @UMB WX is just jealous that he cannot have succulent, perfectly smoked meat himself. 

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20 hours ago, Chambana said:

I am kinda glad. I bought a new Traeger pellet smoker/grill and I’m dying to use it. While this stretch was fun, and entertaining, wouldn’t mind some warmth. 

My pit boss has no problem smoking meat in the snow...lol

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Halfway decent agreement on the -PNA in the extended. This does not bode well for river flooding since the Gulf will open up for business and the pattern should remain active. Could mean a lot more snow for some, too.

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23 minutes ago, ILSNOW said:

ukie showing a liitle McHenry love next Wed/Thur

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That 6" bullseye over MBY is most likely taint from Sunday, but that's still lol. The uncle's off his meds again.

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43 minutes ago, cyclone77 said:

Have a rainer next Sat, and then another one next Tue on the op Euro, with temps above freezing each day starting tomorrow.  Safe to say the snow depth will be at it's peak later today/this evening, and then all downhill from there.  

I feel like this is a natural time of year to have peak snow depth so I’m not too disappointed in it gradually starting to decline

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On 2/19/2021 at 12:10 PM, ILSNOW said:

ukie showing a liitle McHenry love next Wed/Thur

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That 10 spot is right on my house ha

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49 minutes ago, madwx said:

I feel like this is a natural time of year to have peak snow depth so I’m not too disappointed in it gradually starting to decline

I'm actually kind of torn.  Usually once snow starts to get that mangy look and it's getting to this time of the year I'm ready for it to get out as well.  Since our snow cover streak will be a solid 2 months next week I'm kind of hoping it hangs around as long as it can.  If models started showing a 65 degree torch with convection it'd be hard to root against that though lol.

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2 hours ago, cyclone77 said:

Have a rainer next Sat, and then another one next Tue on the op Euro, with temps above freezing each day starting tomorrow.  Safe to say the snow depth will be at it's peak later today/this evening, and then all downhill from there.  

GFS version a little later in the weekend (likely hood of occurring pretty low)

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and the v16 for the same time frame

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Im thinking this is the week that breaks winters back. Theres no doubt we will see more snow/cold but I think all of our snow depths have peaked and unlikely I stay below freezing for two weeks again the rest of this winter. As someone said earlier its actually right on time this year for us to roughly be leaving peak winter. 

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As I mentioned to Ricky off the board, decent shot ORD is around 50” for the season in mid Feb, if things work out correctly.


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Hopefully we can find 3" more snow at ORD before the end to put an exclamation point on the epic comeback.  Only about 1 in 5 winters in Chicago produce 50", and none did so with quite as slow of a start as this.  Because of measuring issues, could make a case that ORD has actually already had 50", but that is not the way it works of course.

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6 hours ago, Chicago Storm said:


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ORD and MDW definitely in a sweet spot with lake enhancement adding to totals. RFD sitting at 34", Peoria 24.4", even GRR at 45"(20 below average). 

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