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February 2024 General Discussion


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24 minutes ago, Stevo6899 said:

Definitly flipped compared to recent winters. I was gonna head down to florida this weekend for the month of March but might stick around a few extra days since it looks to be in the 60s through the weekend.

We had such a record stretch of snowy Februarys it seemed as if it would never end. Now we have had 2 duds in a row. Shows that trends break, and makes me feel good that the dud December trend will break soon.

 

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2 hours ago, beavis1729 said:

Prior to yesterday (records going back to 1893), Rockford's record high temp in DJF was 70F on 2/22/2017 and 2/25/2000. 

They hit 73F yesterday, and are already up to 73F at noon CST today.  Two days in a row of all-time record high temps for met winter, going back 130 years.

Make that 77F at Rockford - just ridiculous.  Normal high is 38F.

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An unbelievable 79 at MLI today, hit 77 here.

Out the south window at work literally watched the southern sky go from clear to filled with towering cu in a matter of a half hour.  Would have made for an amazing time lapse.  

EDIT:  Cold front just slammed through.  Outside you could literally hear it coming, as it was nearly dead calm as it came in.

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Back when pigs flew

 

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1900, a snowstorm dropped 12.6 inches of snow at Detroit. This was the 7th heaviest snowstorm in Detroit history. It also started a remarkable run of snowstorms that included the 3rd and 4th heaviest snowstorms during the next two weeks in 1900.

 

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55 minutes ago, RogueWaves said:

Back when pigs flew

 

 

The winter of 1899-00 was crazy. what started as a very lackluster snow season through january (9.4") saw 58" of snow in Feb-Mar, including a snow depth of 26" March 5. While this was going on in southern MI, it was an extremely light winter up north.

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