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February 14-16 Winter Storm Part 2

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1 minute ago, michsnowfreak said:

Deep snow watch in effect. Could see very impressive depth friday morning if Thursday pans out.

Peak snow depth at DTW since 2000..

2019-20: 9"

2018-19: 5"

2017-18: 14"

2016-17: 9"

2015-16: 5"

2014-15: 18"

2013-14: 20"

2012-13: 6"

2011-12: 5"

2010-11: 16"

2009-10: 10"

2008-09: 14"

2007-08: 9"

2006-07: 8"

2005-06: 7"

2004-05: 12"

2003-04: 5"

2002-03: 9"

2001-02: 8"

2000-01: 12"

 If the friday storm can drop 4-5" and tonight storm could drop 8" that should put you over 20" snowdepth if my math is correct. 

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Just now, Stevo6899 said:

 If the friday storm can drop 4-5" and tonight storm could drop 8" that should put you over 20" snowdepth if my math is correct. 

It will also depend how much settling there is. Either way, great week!

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This little LE band is efficient. Whoever gets stuck under it is going to be buried (as advertised). Can see it’s progress well on the traffic maps.

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No clue how much snow has fallen here, wind is blowing it pretty good.If I had to guesstimate would say 2 - 2 1/2" been coming down at a decent rate for a bit now.

 

Sitting at 0 degrees to boot

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Just now, purduewx80 said:

The 03Z has 13” because of snow w the system later in the week. It’s just over 9” with this system. 

thanks for the correction

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33 minutes ago, Chicago Storm said:

For the heck of it... 6z Euro bumped NW.


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Are these bumps NW in miles or feet.lol

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12 minutes ago, naptown said:

Little disappointed on the NE side of Indy with only 1" with the first round. 

I only measured like 1/2"

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1.1” at ORD as of 6AM.


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A record that will be tied tomorrow at ORD is consecutive days with measurable snow, set in Feb 2018. Today makes the 8th consecutive day and tomorrow will make 9. If Wednesday can manage to get measurable snow, a new record will be set. It's too bad there was no measurable snow on Feb 7th, because otherwise would've blown by the 2018 record.

The record for days with measurable snow in February is 15, set in 1962. So far this month there's been 11 days with measurable snow at ORD, so there's a good chance to at least tie that record.

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5 minutes ago, naptown said:

Little disappointed on the NE side of Indy with only 1" with the first round. 

About the same NE of Cincy. You'll feel better looking at KLZK radar.

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Looks like the total at DFW was 4", which ends its 6-year 4"+ snowstorm drought. This is also the largest "cold" snowstorm DFW has ever seen, with temps in the teens the entire time.

The most impressive part is most of that fell in a 2 hour window. 

And then there's Wednesday, lol. 06z is very close to :weenie::weenie::weenie::weenie::weenie: worthy with over 1" of QPF.

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And lol at DTW forecasting 8" of snow for Detroit in 24 hours with a Winter Weather Advisory and winds of 15-25 MPH.

I'm convinced they're trolling. 

EDIT: Never mind. Their AFD says a WSW is forthcoming. 

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