Snowstorms Posted March 2 Share Posted March 2 10 minutes ago, michsnowfreak said: 2020-21 was not a very mild Winter here at all. Even in the mild Winters the past decade we've had some good cold storms. There's just been a lot of bad luck this year. Hell, even we all had an extremely cold snow fall in December this year. But sorry, it's absolutely ridiculous to say DTW will become the new CMH. Even if our Winters magically warmed 4 degrees, We are surrounded by the Great Lakes which Columbus is not. I mean climate change is real but the way one mild Winter with subpar snow jades people is really over the top. Dtw temp departures last 10 winters 2022-23: +5.0 2021-22: -0.4 2020-21: +0.3 2019-20: +4.2 2018-19: +0.5 2017-18: -1.1 2016-17: +4.5 2015-16: +5.1 2014-15: -5.1 2013-14: -7.5 I see a lot of (+)'s in there haha. But realistically I ain't just considering it on a trimonthly basis but also on a monthly scale. 2020-21 for the trimonth (DJF) was +0.3C but that doesn't paint the whole picture because Dec and Jan were warm. 2017-18 was cold, yes, but we torched like crazy in February. Ironically we did so in both Feb 2017 and 2016 too. Record warmth I might add. And now Feb 2023 is in there too. But also going back to this storm. Detroit could be in the jackpot zone. GFS has a rather robust FGEN band cutting through the area. Could potentially be the first 12"er in a while, no? 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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