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Big Snow

POSTED BY: WISHIMAY
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Wednesday, September 13, 2017 1:37 AM

WISHIMAY

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I just checked every site with a forecast for this winter, and they all agree it will be wet, but with mild temperatures. And the models mostly say that it is a Neutral Nino kind of year, so they think not much activity.

They did say the deep south would be warm and dry this year, though. Well, half right.

Also, interestingly enough, there was a massive blizzard in 1717, and 1816 was the year it never got warm that summer. 1913 and 1922 also saw massive totals of 47 and 36 in storms. Late teens years are notorious for turbulence.

Big Snow may not be this year (although my arthritis is already in suck mode), but I have a feeling it's coming soon.

Therefore, I am going to use this thread to see if any of us are any good at prognosticating...




I am guessing that there will be a major snow storm in 2020 with at least 30 in of snow somewhere in the US.


So, pick a year and pick a snow total between 20-80 inches.

Feel free to go as far into the future as your zen allows

If we are still here to find out....









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Wednesday, September 13, 2017 2:32 AM

JO753

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To hell with your limits! I say 1297 inchez in 2024 at the deepest area in North America! The global warming wiplash effect.

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Wednesday, September 13, 2017 5:30 AM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


Quote:

Originally posted by Wishimay:
I just checked every site with a forecast for this winter, and they all agree it will be wet, but with mild temperatures. And the models mostly say that it is a Neutral Nino kind of year, so they think not much activity.

They did say the deep south would be warm and dry this year, though. Well, half right.

Also, interestingly enough, there was a massive blizzard in 1717, and 1816 was the year it never got warm that summer. 1913 and 1922 also saw massive totals of 47 and 36 in storms. Late teens years are notorious for turbulence.

Big Snow may not be this year (although my arthritis is already in suck mode), but I have a feeling it's coming soon.

Therefore, I am going to use this thread to see if any of us are any good at prognosticating...




I am guessing that there will be a major snow storm in 2020 with at least 30 in of snow somewhere in the US.


So, pick a year and pick a snow total between 20-80 inches.

Feel free to go as far into the future as your zen allows

If we are still here to find out....

I think 30 inches happens pretty much every year in the Upper Peninsula. And Alaska.
IIRC UP record is about 400 inches total for winter.

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Wednesday, September 13, 2017 8:23 AM

6STRINGJOKER


We did just have a few in the last 6 or 7 years that were at least 24" around Chicago. When I lived in Wisconsin south of Milwaukee there was even more snow than the usual Chicago winter. Big snows aren't a big deal where we live. Gimme all the snow you want.

I rather enjoyed last winter. It was relatively warm compared to the deep freezes and times where it would be below zero for a week at a time, and quite a few nights were nearly 20 below without factoring wind chill. I love hearing we're going to have a mild temp winter. :)

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Wednesday, September 13, 2017 12:08 PM

WISHIMAY

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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
And Alaska.



Continental US, tough guy. Alaska is a whole different climate.

And I'm not talking accumulated, I mean ONE storm, obviously.

2010 saw 32 in one, so It's actually not that common. Here are some others...

2003-20
1996-48
1993-50
1978-27
1977-40
1974-24
1967-23
1950-57

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Wednesday, September 13, 2017 12:10 PM

WISHIMAY

There will be fire and brimstone and Earth will be destroyed!... in several billion years!----------------------------------------- "Well, so long Earth. Thanks for the air... and what-not." -Philip J. Fry


Quote:

Originally posted by JO753:
To hell with your limits! I say 29 inchez in 2024 at the deepest area in North America!




Fixed that for you

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Thursday, September 14, 2017 11:41 AM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


Quote:

Originally posted by Wishimay:
Quote:

Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
And Alaska.

Continental US, tough guy. Alaska is a whole different climate.

And I'm not talking accumulated, I mean ONE storm, obviously.

2010 saw 32 in one, so It's actually not that common. Here are some others...

2003-20
1996-48
1993-50
1978-27
1977-40
1974-24
1967-23
1950-57

I was not talking accumulated. Except for that 390 inches in 1979.

42.5 inches 10-12 Nov 2014 at Ishpeming. 50 inches in Gile, WI.

32 inches Halloween 2011, Peru MA.

26 inches 8 Jan 2011 in West Bend, IN.

141 inches from 3-12 Feb 2007, Redfield NY. Fair certain at least one of those days was over 20.

26 inches 30 Dec 2004, Reno NV.
22 inches 23 Dec 2004, Cannelton, IN.

48 inches 27 Dec 2003, Millegan MT.

22 inches 27 Feb 2003, Woodsfield OH.

29 inches 21 Mar 2001, Mount Mitchell NC.

127 inches in 6 days of December 2001, Montague NY. I suspect at least one of those days was over 20.

24 inches 28 Feb 1998, Amidon ND.

40 inches in 12 hours, 11-12 Jan 1997, Montague.
29 inches 1 Apr 1997, Natick MA.

30 inches 19 Dec 1995, Herman MI.

33 inches 3 Mar 1994, Luray VA.
36 inches 7 Jan 1994, Wolf Ridge MN.

37 inches on Halloween 1991, Duluth MN.

25 inches 19 Feb 1979, Dover DE.

30 inches 7 Feb 1978, Woonsocket RI.

68 inches 9 Jan 1976, Adams NY.

47 inches 14 Mar 1973, Deadwood, SD.

23 inches 23 Feb 1971, Buffalo OK.

49 inches 25 Feb 1969, Mount Washington, NH.
30 inches 28 Dec 1968, Headquarters ID.

33 inches 29 Dec 1967, Alpena WV.
38 inches 14 Dec 1967, Heber Ranger Station AZ.

35 inches 22 Jan 1964, Silver Lake Brighton UT.

21 inches 6 Mar 1959, Fayette IA.

38 inches 20 Mar 1958, Morgantown PA.

25 inches 20 Jan 1952, Trempeleau Dam WI.

95 inches in 33 hours, 14-15 April 1921, Silver Lake CO.


I am a bit dismayed at the lack of information available on the interwebs for you beach people to learn about snowfall. 2 likely reasons for this lack. For us, snow is just weather, No Big Deal. And when snow cones, our hands don't fill with tweeter rants, but shovels to get 'er done.

You list 2 events since 1997, and claim snowfall is uncommon. A severely incomplete list has 13 events in those 19 years. You list another 5 since 1968, instead of 16. The local weather in your neighborhood does not represent the whole of the U.S.

Interesting that while the interwebs were growing around 1990-2005 there is more information, and then the novelty seems to have faded.

And most of the winters lately are too cold for snow.

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Thursday, September 14, 2017 12:39 PM

SIGNYM

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Buffalo - Thanksgiving 2014, 88 inches of lake-effect snow

Some of my family lives there ...


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Thursday, September 14, 2017 12:45 PM

SIGNYM

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I like this site, they really stick their neck out and predict for a whole year!

http://www.longrangeweather.com/long-range-monthly-weather-forecasts.h
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Thursday, September 14, 2017 1:50 PM

WISHIMAY

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Now that you've overanalyzed and nit picked to death, are you going to hazard a guess?

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Thursday, September 14, 2017 5:21 PM

SIGNYM

I believe in solving problems, not sharing them.


About whether or when you'll get a big snowfall where you live?

Sure, why not?

Big snowfall for you mid-December. You'll have a white Xmas.

That, and $3.25 will get you a cup of coffee!

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Thursday, September 14, 2017 7:32 PM

WISHIMAY

There will be fire and brimstone and Earth will be destroyed!... in several billion years!----------------------------------------- "Well, so long Earth. Thanks for the air... and what-not." -Philip J. Fry


Quote:

Originally posted by SIGNYM:
About whether or when you'll get a big snowfall where you live?

Sure, why not?

Big snowfall for you mid-December. You'll have a white Xmas.

That, and $3.25 will get you a cup of coffee!




EEEEERNT. Sorry, you lose this round. It rarely EVER snows in December here, let alone accumulates.
We tend to get our worst snows in February or March.

Also, hubby and I can't drink coffee. Green Tea, please.


Okay, let's make this easier...


What will be the total snowfall for the largest storm this winter in the continental US?

I'll go with ....17

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Thursday, September 14, 2017 8:29 PM

SIGNYM

I believe in solving problems, not sharing them.


Well, let me know about your Xmas weather! It'll be fun either way to find out.

Hmmm.... big snow for the year? I'm betting 20". That's not in "one day" but in one "snowfall" which could be over three days.

BTW- Alaska IS in the "continental" USA. It isn't in the "contiguous" USA ... in other words, its OCONUS. So are we including Alaska, or not?

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Thursday, September 14, 2017 9:10 PM

WISHIMAY

There will be fire and brimstone and Earth will be destroyed!... in several billion years!----------------------------------------- "Well, so long Earth. Thanks for the air... and what-not." -Philip J. Fry


Quote:

Originally posted by SIGNYM:
So are we including Alaska, or not?





NO. Who of us here is an expert on Alaskan weather???

STAY AWAY FROM GOOGLE, SIG! *Smacks mouse hand* Bad SIG!

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Thursday, September 14, 2017 10:42 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


Quote:

Originally posted by Wishimay:
Quote:

Originally posted by SIGNYM:
So are we including Alaska, or not?


NO. Who of us here is an expert on Alaskan weather???

STAY AWAY FROM GOOGLE, SIG! *Smacks mouse hand* Bad SIG!

Even more of the winter in AK is too cold for snow.

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