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    Feb 1st Southern Lakes/Ohio Valley Winter Storm

    DominicR
    By DominicR,

    A mod winter storm passing through southern Lakes today will bring a narrow swath of 3-8 inches across SE IA/N/C IL/NW IN/MI today and tonight and some possible freezing rain/mix in N-C IL and parts of N IN.

     

     

    Discuss......

     

     

     

    **Please if anyone effected if you could post pics and or videos of the storm that be much appreciated! Really love to keep a great archive of these winter storms long time from now. I just got my new camera so I will be uploading videos throughout the day and future major weather events.

     

     

    If you are willing to add your location in "member profile" so we get know where your location is for the discussion that be great!


    North Pacific Ridging Of Uncommonly Long Duration - Spring 2014

    IbrChris
    By IbrChris,

    CFSv2 runs averaged over the last 30 days (120 runs) seem to be set on keeping the anomalous ridging near the Aleutians through March, perhaps into April. In talking with several met friends of mine including a met at NWS' Portland office it appears this persistent of a ridge in the North Pacific during winter is unprecedented, at least in the 1948-present reanalysis period.


    February 4-5th Possible Major Winter Storm

    Tom
    By Tom,

    All Global Models have been honing in on a possible major winter storm that looks to hit somewhere in the Plains/Midwest/OV Region.  Could this be the biggest storm to hit the area yet this year???  Will the projected SE Ridge flex its muscles and take this system on a more northwesterly track???  Lot's of details to be ironed out.  Discuss...


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