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  1. Meant to post these earlier, but there were some great early season snow conditions up on Hood this weekend. Snowshoed the PCT in the Barlow Pass area, then to Enid Lake by Gov’t Camp for sunset. Easily 2+ snow around Barlow, maybe a foot or so near Gov’t.
    13 points
  2. Couple inches up here, 2” for sure. Absolutely beautiful out!
    8 points
  3. 7 points
  4. I received about 1.7" of snow. It is becoming slush now.
    7 points
  5. Holy Heavy Rain Batman!!! And wind still! Way more exciting than that dud of a storm last week.
    5 points
  6. Snow making its way towards mby. Looks impressive!!!
    5 points
  7. I know these index's can be sketchy out past 5 days but this looks much better as we enter Dec.
    5 points
  8. It’s the other way around. North Atlantic ones tend to better for the East. Siberia/Eurasia warmings tend to favor the West. Though the reason for that goes beyond the location/structure of the warming. And there are exceptions to both.
    4 points
  9. Getting ready to get bumpy out... Line of storms about to roll through.
    4 points
  10. Lets mark this one down; she should be a biggy for a lot of us according to the LRC!
    4 points
  11. That was intense! heavy rain and wind line!!! 35 mph winds .....thanks
    4 points
  12. This would be a fantastic welcome to the north and a great open to Dec for many! Lock. It. In.
    4 points
  13. PER NOAA: Here we go MI Peeps! After what looks like a quiet weekend, potential winter storm setting up for early next week, as strong storm system comes out of the Gulf of Alaska, with what looks to be eventual phasing with the Four Corners energy. There looks to be unanimous consent, it is just when and where phasing occurs (eastern Plains vs Appalachians) leading to longwave trough encompassing the eastern half/third of North America. Need-less-to-say, 12z EURO is very aggressive with the impact to southeast Michigan. The 00z Euro ensemble members (~50 percent) were also fairly convincing with significant amount of measurable QPF centered around 00z DEC 1. Still, we are talking Days 6-7 and will remain conservative with the standard/climo 30 pop for now.
    4 points
  14. 12z EPS members took a BIG step forward for the GL's/MW/OHV region...need this trend to continue. Many members bomb out this storm in the eastern GL's into a closed upper low and spins for days. These are the type of systems that can deliver the goods, esp the back-end wrap around snows and LES. Warm GL's and cold temps could create an almost perfect scenario for @Jaster and crew in MI. Edit: Another important note, all the models continue to see the growing Greenland Block and -AO/+PNA. Giddy up!
    4 points
  15. Thats a heck of a storm. CMC is identical to the GFS. Nice to see all the models phasing.
    4 points
  16. Giant cotton ball flakes are dumping now as the second thin band is moving through.
    4 points
  17. A burst of large flakes has whitened up the ground here. It's accumulating on the pavement from the start.
    4 points
  18. In Sunriver for the rest of the week. 37f and raining right now but expecting to switch over any moment
    3 points
  19. Was thinking the same yesterday and today...should be a great CO Low!
    3 points
  20. I’m around 1” of rain so far. A heavier band stayed just a few miles south of me though.
    3 points
  21. If the SLP gets aligned just right you will be talking some nice LES going on downwind off the lake. Good luck guys!
    3 points
  22. Toms pl gets crushed w hvy snows! Also, MI members that live on the western part of the state gets inundated w snow as well. Looks like rain for my area. Nice phase! Tbh..I wouldnt mind seeing that low go through, or even east of the Cleveland Metro area. That would be an ideal track. Would benefit my area for that matter.
    3 points
  23. 3 points
  24. Juneau is at 58N. Moving to Juneau would be infinitely easier than shifting the equator.
    3 points
  25. I love it. What I wouldn't give to just shift the equator south by 10 degrees.
    3 points
  26. Looking niiiiice and stormy outside here in southeast B'ham.
    3 points
  27. I just hope the trends continue bud. Wish you were involved in this storm as well.
    3 points
  28. Received over 0.60” of liquid so far with more moderate showers about to move in.
    3 points
  29. Nothing for November but rain has picked up running above average for the month.
    3 points
  30. Actually, I did some digging and it was Dec '10...here's a snow map from that period...I remember flying over IA in early Dec on a clear sunny day where I clearly saw the ground go from brown grass to white gold. Gosh, time flies by way to fast!
    3 points
  31. Over performer here this morning. Was forecast to get 1-3" and ended up with 8".
    3 points
  32. That's what I like to see...I bet it grows deeper as we head deeper into December. The Greenland Block is gonna rock.
    3 points
  33. You are ever the optimist, I will give you that. For example, this map shows Chicago getting 6 inches of snowfall over 30 days. That hardly seems like something to get excited about. Southeast Alaska and British Columbia look to be on the receiving end of a near constant barrage of storms and will get dumped with rain and snow. This usually floods the CONUS with warm pacific air and leads to warmth across the country. That snow hole for the dakotas and eastern montana is more a reflection of climate. I would hazard a guess that unless there is a major storm forecast within Day 7, that hole will most always show up on a long range ensemble map.
    3 points
  34. Took a very quick glance at the Euro Weeklies from yesterday and they have suddenly flipped back to "winter mode" for practically everyone one here. The blocking showing up in all the right places and "hooking over the top" certainly bodes well for our Sub. I like the trends. Speaking of this, the model is picking up on a sweet storm track over the next 30 days. The GL's should ignite the LES machine sometime around the end of Week 2 into 3. I do see the potential for a "snow hole" developing near the Dakota's due to a more dominant southern stream storm track.
    3 points
  35. Below freezing the past 7 hrs here as low as 23F. If we can get the clouds/snow in here before we go above 30F, it'd go a long ways towards stuff sticking. Already a better position than Sunday just with cold surface temps.
    3 points
  36. Early extrapolations of the Canadian have 625dm heights over us by mid month.
    2 points
  37. December ’10 was pretty good here for snow with 11” total. The largest snowfall of that month was a well timed 6.5” on Christmas Eve day!
    2 points
  38. Radar starting to fill in here. South wind has been kicking up a little the last few hours. Ended up with a seasonable 50/38 day. Mostly cloudy and dry during the majority of daylight hours with some morning sunbreaks.
    2 points
  39. Had a brief squall line move through with some decent gusts. Up to 0.17” today. Temp went from 52 to 44 as well.
    2 points
  40. Was just about to post that! Could be a catalyst to introduce a favorable blocking pattern.
    2 points
  41. 12Z GFS looked like the most inversion friendly run yet.
    2 points
  42. I should get a nice soaker tomorrow as temps rise into the 50s, thanks to a WF. Looking forward to a rainstorm and tbh, I've always liked rainy days in November.
    2 points
  43. Had some cotton balls dumping for short periods late last evening, but it barely accumulated. Maybe up to a half inch on the grass. Currently it’s raining some more. I didn’t get home from my job till 3:00 this morning so didn’t have opportunities to post anything. My part time ag related job is totally weather dependent so we push it hard before bad weather causes us to stop, plus we had some huge problems!
    2 points
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