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My snowpile in the shade is still hanging on even with a high of 67.  Some leftover snow also remains in shaded areas adjacent to people's houses.

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21 hours ago, Hoosier said:

My snowpile in the shade is still hanging on even with a high of 67.  Some leftover snow also remains in shaded areas adjacent to people's houses.

I have a few shaded piles but its mostly just in parking lots now.

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1 hour ago, Chicago Storm said:

69 at ORD.

Tied the record high for the date (1974).


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Same thing at Midway... high of 69 which tied the daily record from 1974.

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Looks like some rain with thunder possible before the snow tonight. It's been a few weeks since this amount has been forecast for my area.

 

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The Wednesday morning rain/thunder really fizzled for my area, instead tracking farther nw.  All I got was a spritz.  I'm hoping a decent line can solidify and move through this evening.

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12 minutes ago, hawkeye_wx said:

The overnight warmth (55-60º all night) took care of the any remaining speck of snow in my neighborhood.

Same, there were still a few piles in my yard but they easily got wiped out overnight.  The frost in the ground also thawed as the piles of standing water yesterday are gone now, despite some rain this morning.

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Started off with some rain that quickly has gone to a rn/sn mix this afternoon. Big flakes. Should go to all snow this evening sometime.

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9 minutes ago, cyclone77 said:

MLI hit 71 again, hit 69 here which is the warmest of the season so far.  Trees are starting to bud now.

Noticed the trees budding here too.  Apparently they didn't look at the extended forecast.

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After starting the day in the low 30s temps skyrocketed and Detroit tied the record high of 70.  Had lunch at the park with a friend and it was interesting to feel how frigid the air coming right off the water felt then as soon as you walked a bit away it got so much warmer.

 

I have a wide driveway and the one side of it gets no sunlight so I usually have a lot of snow piled.  There's been at least some bit of snow there since November 30th but it should go tonight.

 

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...DAILY RECORD HIGH SET AT SOUTH BEND AND TENTATIVE RECORD WARMEST
LOW SET AT SBN FOR MARCH 10...

AT 224 PM EST, THE TEMPERATURE AT THE SOUTH BEND AIRPORT ROSE TO 69 
DEGREES, BREAKING THE OLD RECORD OF 67 SET IN 1902. THE LOW 
TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY HAS BEEN 53 AT 507 AM EST. THE CURRENT 
RECORD WARMEST LOW AT SOUTH BEND FOR MARCH 10TH IS 47 SET IN 2010. 
AT THIS TIME, THE TEMPERATURE IS EXPECTED TO REMAIN ABOVE 53 DEGREES 
THROUGH MIDNIGHT.

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6 hours ago, madwx said:

Same, there were still a few piles in my yard but they easily got wiped out overnight.  The frost in the ground also thawed as the piles of standing water yesterday are gone now, despite some rain this morning.

Even way down here I saw a foot tall hunk of black snow today in Walmart parking lot..lol.

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