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February 14-16 Winter Storm Part 2

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3 minutes ago, WXMan42711 said:

very long time lurker, figured i should chime in. i live on the western doorstep of mason, ohio. currently lots of sleet but as i write this, i see a couple big flakes starting to drop in & the sleet rate pick up/slow down randomly.

 

hoping for some good stuff here shortly...

 

If Fairfield is any indication, it's coming. These flakes are massive.

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Knew there were gonna be some broken hearts in central/srn OH when I saw this sounding from ILN this morning. Warm nose strikes again... image.png.143f81a831eabd557e5c8585ddaa4f96.png

 

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Getting -SN with decent flake size from what appears to be the far southwest fringe of the LES band here near the DuPage Will border, southeast Naperville.

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Just now, miller.b.time said:

Awaiting further obliteration. (From the snow, not the beer. Unless... :lol:)

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right right...........just snow.

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I'm getting dry slotted and warm noised. It's honestly funny. Nice to see areas north of Cincy are at least going to pound town for a bit.

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3 minutes ago, homedis said:

Champaign back with the pixie dust snow. Getting concerned here with the flake size and intensity about reaching a 7" storm total.

Na we good. 

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4 minutes ago, Snownado said:

The flakes have been very tiny here. 

Was thinking the same thing. Do we know if the size is expected to increase as we get into the middle of those larger bands?

Edit: Nvm, I can answer my own question. From the IND AFD update a few minutes ago:
 

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Vertical lift in the lower levels will be robust this evening as well, which should aid
in dendrite size growth and volume as the greater snowfall rates increase. Further compounding
the complexity to the atmosphere is the layer of anomalous warm/moist air steadily advecting
north, eluded to in the prior discussion in regards to the precipitable water.
Thermal profiles indicate that dendrite size should increase marginally over the
next few hours, coupled with the deeper moisture aloft.

 

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1 minute ago, miller.b.time said:

Was thinking the same thing. Do we know if the size is expected to increase as we get into the middle of those larger bands?

It actually looks like they improved a little bit at my location (dead center Carmel) while we were talking about it.

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As radar indicates the heavier returns are now approaching the Kankakee valley from the sw.  That 700 mb low in eastern KS is great to ensure we get the goods in Chicagoland.

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Just now, AuerHaus said:

Still just sleet here in city of Cincinnati/Norwood/Pleasant Ridge. :sad:

Same here in Mason. NEXT!  :thumbsdown:

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