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Chicago Storm

Jan 24-26th Something Potential

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1 minute ago, sbnwx85 said:

Considering how heated things are getting on the forum we're not going to have any cold air in place at all. 

a ton of latent heat release.

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14 minutes ago, Angrysummons said:

Your not going to have large snowfall rates with the lack of arctic air. This is not a historically impressive setup. The Euro is too far northwest, which with its bias, makes sense.

You are so unbelievably wrong. 

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On 1/20/2021 at 2:22 PM, hlcater said:

just want to point out that the last storm thread @Chicago Storm started did not end well lol.

 

 

 

On 1/20/2021 at 2:26 PM, Baum said:

it was memorable. That's the goal.

 

On 1/20/2021 at 2:27 PM, hlcater said:

The real treasure was never the snow but the friends and shared memories we made along the way

pretty much.

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Just now, Stebo said:

You are so unbelievably wrong. 

Again, show a phase that brings the snow outside GEFS/EPS runs that are programmed with the "what if". The energy doesn't look that strong frankly. That is the problem. Without phasing, your sunk boy.

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1 minute ago, Angrysummons said:

Again, show a phase that brings the snow outside GEFS/EPS runs that are programmed with the "what if". The energy doesn't look that strong frankly. That is the problem. Without phasing, your sunk boy.

lol.

need alek to throw up a tth.

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Man I was just originally here for the meteorology but nowadays I get a complimentary reality TV show too. The Real Weatherweenies of Americanwx Forums. The pettiness and drama is strong on this one. I do appreciate those who are inputting quality analysis posts and not childish arguments :tomato:

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Just now, Angrysummons said:

Again, show a phase that brings the snow outside GEFS/EPS runs that are programmed with the "what if". The energy doesn't look that strong frankly. That is the problem. Without phasing, your sunk boy.

You dont need phasing to have a big storm. Like wow you are really going to fall on your sword with this one. GHD 2015 wasn't a phased system and I got 15" of snow. Or was i just imagining that snow storm.

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Just now, Angrysummons said:

Again, show a phase that brings the snow outside GEFS/EPS runs that are programmed with the "what if". The energy doesn't look that strong frankly. That is the problem. Without phasing, your sunk boy.

Phasing? This event doesn't involve phasing.

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22 minutes ago, ILSNOW said:

Nice snow desert for chicagoland on 18z NAM LOL!!!

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Get it, StormFanaticInd  and Kokomo. 

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Let me help from Lincoln, IL office:

OPEN GULF WILL ALLOW UNSEASONABLY MOIST   
AIR (PWATS IN EXCESS OF 1.0 INCH) TO BE TRANSPORTED NORTH ACROSS   
THE OHIO VALLEY AHEAD OF THE LOW. THIS WILL HELP CONTRIBUTE TO   
HIGH QPF/LIQUID EQUIVALENT DURING THIS EVENT.

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2 minutes ago, Baum said:

Let me help from Lincoln, IL office:

OPEN GULF WILL ALLOW UNSEASONABLY MOIST   
AIR (PWATS IN EXCESS OF 1.0 INCH) TO BE TRANSPORTED NORTH ACROSS   
THE OHIO VALLEY AHEAD OF THE LOW. THIS WILL HELP CONTRIBUTE TO   
HIGH QPF/LIQUID EQUIVALENT DURING THIS EVENT.

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7 minutes ago, Geoboy645 said:

Phasing? This event doesn't involve phasing.

Yeah, it does. Show me the phasing. That is the key for this system. Without it, it ends up a strung out turd with modest wet snow. You need the phase to ring out the wash cloth.

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Have to admit, looks like a solid setup for the area. Solid high to the north, a low pressure that's not too strong & and no severe weather off to the South expected that could rob it of moisture. Amateur opinion would have to be Northern IN/IL get 6-10", 4-8" for Toledo area & 3-6" for Detroit. Does seem to lose a bit of steam on Tuesday morning which could hurt moisture a bit but I think 6" is a solid call for Toledo.

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Just now, AWMT30 said:

RGEM looking great 

Huge change in Canada. Northern lobe moved nearly 1 full province NW.

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Just now, Chicago Storm said:

Huge change in Canada. Northern lobe moved nearly 1 full province NW.

Solid changes totally agree. Things are looking bright on the Mesos 

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1 minute ago, Angrysummons said:

Yeah, it does. Show me the phasing. That is the key for this system. Without it, it ends up a strung out turd with modest wet snow. You need the phase to ring out the wash cloth.

No, it isn't. Stop clogging up the thread.

This system has never been a "phaser" and it doesn't need to be for foot plus totals. The reasons why have been discussed ad nauseam over the past few days, but you continue with this borderline trolling nonsense.

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4 minutes ago, Angrysummons said:

Yeah, it does. Show me the phasing. That is the key for this system. Without it, it ends up a strung out turd with modest wet snow. You need the phase to ring out the wash cloth.

That's not how this works | Know Your Meme

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Just now, AWMT30 said:

Even the ICON has trended north.... I repeat THE ICON has trended north 

It has been pretty consistent to be fair

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Just now, andyhb said:

No, it isn't. Stop clogging up the thread.

This system has never been a "phaser" and it doesn't need to be for foot plus totals. The reasons why have been discussed ad nauseam over the past few days, but you continue with this borderline trolling nonsense.

Not sure it's borderline any longer.. there is a clear pattern

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3 minutes ago, Chicago Storm said:

Huge change in Canada. Northern lobe moved nearly 1 full province NW.

I heard Canadian provinces are the size of Delaware and there's no decent rates without arctic air present.

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Just now, mimillman said:

It has been pretty consistent to be fair

It was really consistent on being a whiff. Glad to see it jumped north LOL 

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1 minute ago, AWMT30 said:

Solid changes totally agree. Things are looking bright on the Mesos 

Still blows its loads quickly and low weakens as it slides east. Looks good for chicago and WSW.

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Just now, Stevo6899 said:

Still blows its loads quickly and low weakens as it slides east. Looks good for chicago and WSW.

Which is concerning here but still think we see decent snows here in SE MI 

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Just now, ChiTownSnow said:

Not sure it's borderline any longer.. there is a clear pattern

A clear what??? You don't agree, you whine. I would call that trolling.

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