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November 2020 General Discussion

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20 hours ago, etudiant said:

I thought the does were better eating, meat less rangy than that of the bucks. 

They are, and also younger bucks. I have some big boys on the wall, but also younger upstarts as well.

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Nov 10, 2020: 77°, warmest temp so late in season at Detroit 
Nov 13, 2019: 7°, coldest temp so early in season at Detroit 
 
What a difference a year makes
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I remember this VIVIDLY. Was in Chicago for the week for work meetings. My beard was absolutely frozen walking around and the lake effect squalls in Indiana made the drive suck. I think Chicago got down to 4° at one point
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18 hours ago, OrdIowPitMsp said:

MSP is crushing it with 2.8” on the day from the legit snow squall.
 

17.6” on the books for the 20/21 season. Anyone else in the subforum besides maybe Will or Bo have more? 

Duluth is at 20" at the moment. And that's nearly a quarter of our seasonal avg.

 

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Meanwhile while we are all arguing in the covid thread, has anyone noticed that we could get some serious winds with this next storm on Sunday?

Edit: and some serious waves too. NWS has up to 21(!) feet on Lake Superior later on Sunday. This is going to be a classic November Great Lakes storm.

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2 hours ago, Geoboy645 said:

Meanwhile while we are all arguing in the covid thread, has anyone noticed that we could get some serious winds with this next storm on Sunday?

Edit: and some serious waves too. NWS has up to 21(!) feet on Lake Superior later on Sunday. This is going to be a classic November Great Lakes storm.

Doesn't quite bomb out but close to it. 

Should be a decent shot of garden-variety thunder in many areas later Saturday, too, with the decent lapse rates and 50-70KT low level jet.

 

 

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12 hours ago, michsnowfreak said:

Nov 10, 2020: 77°, warmest temp so late in season at Detroit 

Nov 13, 2019: 7°, coldest temp so early in season at Detroit 

 

What a difference a year makes

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Crazy how nature try’s to balance itself out like that but it definitely does more times than not. Love the 2nd picture with the snow cover and tree with leaves on it still. Something about deep snow and trees with their Fall color going on makes me think of winter just getting started with lots of cold and snow to come. 

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36 minutes ago, slow poke said:

Crazy how nature try’s to balance itself out like that but it definitely does more times than not. Love the 2nd picture with the snow cover and tree with leaves on it still. Something about deep snow and trees with their Fall color going on makes me think of winter just getting started with lots of cold and snow to come. 

last years leaf drop was late 

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Clear picture of what our dry pattern has done to the foliage with the side by side.  We haven't had a fall like this in what seems like 20 years.  

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33 minutes ago, Frog Town said:

Clear picture of what our dry pattern has done to the foliage with the side by side.  We haven't had a fall like this in what seems like 20 years.  

It was a beautiful, vivid Fall here. Last year was a late leaf drop.

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Going to be quite the event for the west-east oriented lakes tomorrow. Erie is the one that should be most favorable for long fetch.

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4 minutes ago, andyhb said:

Going to be quite the event for the west-east oriented lakes tomorrow. Erie is the one that should be most favorable for long fetch.

Yeah, I'm in the max zone here too. They just started a project to help with water spilling over into the streets of Hamburg. Doesn't start until summer. 

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Going to be quite the event for the west-east oriented lakes tomorrow. Erie is the one that should be most favorable for long fetch.

That’s awesome! 10-15’ off Pelee would be something to see

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Ann Arbor really had the extremes this week, seeing the warmest official temperature on November 9th at 81゚, and the coldest official temperature today at 14゚. Quite an impressive streak for a 5 day period. 

 

Detroit saw a low of 25゚ this morning after a high of 77゚ during the warm spell.

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Just now, BuffaloWeather said:

Going to get bumpy here in a few hours

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Yeah its not everyday you see 25+ ft waves on Lake Erie. The Upper Lakes sure, but Lake Erie? And what's even crazier is that at least part of the shore will be expirincing them too, unlike Lake Superior where they tend to stay out in the lake itself. At least the lake levels aren't quite as high as they were a year ago, still going to cause a ton of damage though. Also a huge difference of water height too, as Buffalo will be over 7.5ft above lake datum while Toledo will be over 7.5ft below lake datum. A classic Witch of November.

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There was a 69 mph gust at Midway Airport this morning.  Appears to be legit too even though it is quite a bit higher than other gusts around the area.

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