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  1. Major shift on the 12z EPS to lower heights over the West with rising heights in the SE compared to the 00z last night. Looking like a really fun mid month on through the Holidays. Perfect timing IMO!
    17 points
  2. Hello from Chicago!!! Brrrr...back in the saddle and it's cold outside (25F). It's the coldest reading since early March. I flew in late last night as wheels touched down right at midnight. Skies were clear the entire trip back and once we began our decent into ORD, we flew through the "soup" as the old aviators called it. When I grabbed my bags and headed for the doorways, I felt that cold air flowing through and it hit me like a wall! My goodness, what a shock to the system. I didn't have my furnace on and it was a "comfy" 44F...ummm, ya...it took like 3 hours to get into the 60's!
    8 points
  3. December 2013. I didn't log what days I took the pictures. The first picture was the start of the hard freeze, this progressed as time went. I have not seen it this defined in a long time. Pictures 5 and 6, insane accumulation on those pine needles.
    7 points
  4. Detroit so far received 3" Its all snow covered outside and what a way to welcome December. Currently this: Light Snow and Low Drifting Snow 27°F
    7 points
  5. Can someone pin this thread, it's annoying to see the California thread at the top over and over, thanks.
    6 points
  6. The weather pattern is so boring that DMX issued their afternoon AFD at 1:37PM. That's the earliest afternoon AFD I think I've ever seen from them.
    6 points
  7. Fog starting to roll in off the Sound in Everett. Fitting mood this morning with a big cup of coffee and some Miles Davis and Dave Brubeck playing in the background. Oh, its December too.
    6 points
  8. 35 and frosty this morning. Nice moon setting this morning.
    6 points
  9. Fired up the lawnmower yesterday to close out November. Mulched some remaining leaves that I didn’t get to after the first snow in mid-Oct. Currently a balmy 12F to start December, and ice formation is in full effect on the lakes.
    6 points
  10. Happy first day of meterlogical winter. Coldest morning of the season with a temp of 14.
    6 points
  11. Places just south of CLE already with a foot of snow OTG...what an incredible way to open up Winter for them folks!
    6 points
  12. Does this look like blah? Maybe not epic yet, but way more interesting than the inversions pattern we are seeing in the mid range.
    5 points
  13. Getting some gusty NE winds and some decent waves down on the waterfront. Been blessed with a 3rd amazing sunset in a row as well.
    5 points
  14. Wow... the 12Z EPS shows a much stronger cold signal in the long range.
    5 points
  15. It’s flurrying and smells like woodsmoke. I’m in a winter mood today.
    5 points
  16. About freezing fog - there exists a very strong type of freezing fog called pogonip in some Western mountain valleys. It is most well associated with northern Nevada, but parts of Idaho and Colorado get it as well. I do wonder if something like this (taken near Elko, NV) is possible anywhere in Oregon:
    5 points
  17. There seems to be some push back that any sensible winter wx shall return into our Sub. As it stands now, I'm committed to my initial thinking that Ol' Man Winter will return after a bit of a hiatus. Either all the models are wrong with their teleconnections forecasts...or...they are correct and we will see the operational runs "correct" in terms of where the colder air shall return. Every single model as a -AO/-NAO through the extended and a developing -EPO by the 10th along with a slightly negative to neutral PNA. These teleconnections suggest to look for a colder regime and a more activ
    5 points
  18. 5 points
  19. Ensemble looking good in the long range
    4 points
  20. Golden Ears about an hour ago. Now getting some nice alpenglow on Mt. Baker (sorry, no pic available).
    4 points
  21. Another Indonesia volcano popping off. Semeru joins Lewotolok in producing 50,000ft ash clouds and pyroclastic flows. https://www.volcanodiscovery.com/semeru/news/115113/Semeru-volcano-East-Java-Indonesia-spectacular-pyroclastic-flows.html
    4 points
  22. Looks like a sky ready to accept a significant Arctic blast at some point in the future! Good find!
    4 points
  23. It seems like the higher latitude blocking is beginning to emerge at the end of this run of the EC ensembles. Height rises are beginning to creep into the SE too.
    4 points
  24. Attm, its cloudy and cold w temps at 29F. Gotta tell ya, we might have not gotten a lot of snow from this storm, but it sure does look wintry outside w a snow cover ground. "Tis The Season y'all."
    4 points
  25. To think, that’s what the *background state* looked like for most of the 1950s/60s.
    4 points
  26. Topeka Nov summary... warm and mainly dry with late month rainfall bringing the monthly total to near normal avg temp: +4.8 precip: 1.64 (-0.21 deficit for the month) snowfall: Trace Fun fact: 3 of the last 4 Novembers had less snow than October including this one: (Oct had 0.6")
    4 points
  27. 12z NAM keeping my hopes of slush alive lol.
    4 points
  28. One last comment, can you script a better 500mb hemispheric pattern??? 00z EPS and other modeling showing the same signal in the LR. I mean, this screams Winter will return by the 13th...
    4 points
  29. Pretty impressive temps this AM without snowcover or - source region snowcover. Upper single digits ( for mins- map shows only current) common across much of IA. Would have been 0F or even colder with snowpack etc.
    4 points
  30. Last frame of the GFS. Goodies are coming.
    4 points
  31. CLE. OHwx mentioned that they haven't had a set-up like this since 10-11. Analog much? Peeps with 24" amounts in their point-n-click. Jealous much?
    4 points
  32. I always love the micro-climates on these east wind nights. 48 here with an east wind to 14 mph. Less than two miles away, 37 degrees.
    3 points
  33. Oh something is definitely brewing! The pattern change is showing up a bit more clearly out here a bit further to the east. Patience.
    3 points
  34. Operational is one of the warmest outliers
    3 points
  35. ooh, I can't wait! Actually, that's what I'm stuck doing. Can we just get some NW flow and clippers please? They don't dump much, but they're cold and good for a couple inches outside the LES belts. Would be nice just to see the lakes fired-up. Seems like it's been forever since we've had a good early LES outbreak. Really, is it that hard?
    3 points
  36. Same here except my thermometer showed 14.5°. (Technically 15°)
    3 points
  37. Currently still getting snow. Temp at 28F. Might not get outta the 20s for highs today. Also, seems like Macomb received more snow than Detroit. Not by much though. https://forecast.weather.gov/product.php?site=dtx&product=RTP&issuedby=DTX&format=ci&version=1
    3 points
  38. And my sister who live just sw. of Hutch.
    3 points
  39. First of all I am not attacking anyone, I assumed with your location showing Macomb, it was the city of Macomb, and not the county. All I was reporting was what was actually going on in the city of Macomb. I am very educated thank you and don't need you to tell me otherwise.
    3 points
  40. 12/01/2019 - 8 inches of snow on the ground. This wasn't from one storm. There was the bomb-low in southern OR right before Thanksgiving. Then more snow a little after. From Nov 26 - Dec 1 a total of 11" fell. Then freezing fog on 12/03. I think the pack went down to around 2-3" but the scene was pretty nice. The last photo was taken on Dec 6th, 99% of the snow melted.
    3 points
  41. Welcome to December and the start of meteorological winter. With November now in the record books it can be pointed out that it was a mild and for our area sunny month. At Grand Rapids the mean was 44.3 that is a departure of 4.2 the high for the month was 77 and the low for the month was 22 there was just 0.4” of reported snow fall. November 2020 is now the 7th warmest November at Grand Rapids. At Muskegon the mean was 45.9 that is a departure of +5.7. The high for the month at Muskegon was 75 and the low was 24. There was 1.2” of snow fall. At Muskegon, this November is now the 5th warmest o
    3 points
  42. PDX snuck in a last minute freeze. Cold phase, b*tches.
    3 points
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