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November 2020 General Discussion

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2 hours ago, michsnowfreak said:

it was the biggest snowstorm of the winter 1950-51 at Detroit with 6.3", but if I lived thru it in SE MI I'd be insanely jealous of further east lol.

 

The biggest November snowstorm on record for Detroit is 9.2" set wayyy back Nov 11/12, 2019 lol.

That Nov 1950 storm is YYZ's second largest November storm on record. 12" in a single day and a final total of 15". But I can see why DTW got 6.3". Temps were marginal. 

Was it a Gulf Low?

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Put me down for 1-2" on colder surfaces in much of the metro, except near the IL shore with onshore flow (at least somewhat onshore) off of 50 degree water temps.

Easy under in the metro.

Out toward RFD that should be golden.


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51 minutes ago, Snowstorms said:

That Nov 1950 storm is YYZ's second largest November storm on record. 12" in a single day and a final total of 15". But I can see why DTW got 6.3". Temps were marginal. 

Was it a Gulf Low?

No.  It was a humdinger that backed in from the east coast.  Go pull up the old maps and you'll be impressed.  B)

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31 minutes ago, Hoosier said:

LOT went WAA for some of the area, mainly driven by timing of the rush hour and not so much totals.

1" inbound

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3 hours ago, Hoosier said:

LOT went WAA for some of the area, mainly driven by timing of the rush hour and not so much totals.

LOT had the :weenie: crew in. And that's okay.

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10 minutes ago, hawkeye_wx said:

This won't last long, but giant flakes (1-2" diameter) are dumping here.  We probably have an inch so far.

Nice.  Very large flakes pouring down here as well, but it's not sticking as it's still 35 degrees.  Actually started out as mostly light rain before the large flakes mixed in.  

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1/4M vis and +SN where I am right now (Itasca).

R/S line progressing NE through the west/southern metro now.

Probably will finish right around 1” at home.


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