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ADMIN: This is a new thread containing the last year + of the old thread.

GE - Need one of your family meteorological forecasts for the weather system coming through Thursday and Friday. Seeing anywhere from 2" to infinity on different sites


   
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Lucky me getting to drive to Superior on Friday.


   
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This is a great site for snowfall total predictions: https://www.weather.gov/mpx/winter

Twin Cities currently in the 6-8 inch range (for now through Saturday morning).


   
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Snowblower filled with fresh gas and is ready to go! Take care of your errands today, the roads and highways will become a mess...6-8 inches on top of freezing rain.


   
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Chris83 wrote:

GE - Need one of your family meteorological forecasts for the weather system coming through Thursday and Friday. Seeing anywhere from 2" to infinity on different sites

Here you go. :dup:

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This storm had barely anything going 36 hours ago according to my go - to weather model. The low pressure treks right over us so most of the action along the cold front and cyclogenesis (cyclonic strengthening) will all be to the east. We will be left with what develops on the western side of the low pressure system, or the 'wrap-around.' Typically, wrap-around precip can be overdone by models and tends to be realized/observed as a weak driver for precipitation. That said, things will be messy for the next 2 days. Looks like freezing rn/mix precip will occur during the early morning hours tomorrow. A decent band with 2ish inches should happen Thursday about midday, and then another burst of snow during the overnight/early morning hours Friday probably about 3-4 inches. With winds picking up early morning and continuing Friday. I'm thinking there will be a decent lull in precipitation Thursday afternoon and early evening. So, maybe 5-6 inches of snow max by Friday afternoon, and only because it's a longer duration system.

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Kare 11 says where I live that we will get less than an inch. My local TV stations out of Whioux Falls says we will get about 8 inches. So, I'm guessing we will get between 1-8 inches LoL

I'm 50% factual and 50% sarcastic. When you get to know me, you will know which is which.


   
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This morning's update from GPL's official covert meteorologist. :)

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My forecast is still on track. We'll see a quick change over to snow here shortly, resulting in some small accumulations 2ish inches today. We'll have a lull in accumulating snow around supper, there still might be flakes flying but it wont be intense. Then the bulk of the snow will fall during the overnight, particularly midnight - 8am Friday morning. Tomorrow morning's commute will be most impacted. Overall, still about 6 inches for the metro by Friday afternoon. Mankato and southern MN will likely see closer to 7-8 inches, generally. That's including what falls today. If we don't have a couple fresh inches by nightfall (we should), those totals will be less. Winds will blow overnight and tomorrow.

Totally ignore the 12 inches you are hearing. No.

There may be pockets of 10 inches in southern MN, but I'm not convinced. This low had better seriously strengthen and tap into some magical moisture source for that to happen.

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Greyeagle wrote:

This morning's update from GPL's official covert meteorologist. :)

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My forecast is still on track. We'll see a quick change over to snow here shortly, resulting in some small accumulations 2ish inches today. We'll have a lull in accumulating snow around supper, there still might be flakes flying but it wont be intense. Then the bulk of the snow will fall during the overnight, particularly midnight - 8am Friday morning. Tomorrow morning's commute will be most impacted. Overall, still about 6 inches for the metro by Friday afternoon. Mankato and southern MN will likely see closer to 7-8 inches, generally. That's including what falls today. If we don't have a couple fresh inches by nightfall (we should), those totals will be less. Winds will blow overnight and tomorrow.

Totally ignore the 12 inches you are hearing. No.

There may be pockets of 10 inches in southern MN, but I'm not convinced. This low had better seriously strengthen and tap into some magical moisture source for that to happen.

I really appreciate these forecasts. There's a guy on Twitter I follow (@NovakWeather) that gives good weather insights and forecasts too.


   
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Zwak wrote:

Greyeagle wrote:

This morning's update from GPL's official covert meteorologist. :)

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My forecast is still on track. We'll see a quick change over to snow here shortly, resulting in some small accumulations 2ish inches today. We'll have a lull in accumulating snow around supper, there still might be flakes flying but it wont be intense. Then the bulk of the snow will fall during the overnight, particularly midnight - 8am Friday morning. Tomorrow morning's commute will be most impacted. Overall, still about 6 inches for the metro by Friday afternoon. Mankato and southern MN will likely see closer to 7-8 inches, generally. That's including what falls today. If we don't have a couple fresh inches by nightfall (we should), those totals will be less. Winds will blow overnight and tomorrow.

Totally ignore the 12 inches you are hearing. No.

There may be pockets of 10 inches in southern MN, but I'm not convinced. This low had better seriously strengthen and tap into some magical moisture source for that to happen.

I really appreciate these forecasts. There's a guy on Twitter I follow (@NovakWeather) that gives good weather insights and forecasts too.

I agree. Have her start posting here and maybe some admin can give her the "GPL Meteorologist" title.


   
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davescharf wrote:

I agree. Have her start posting here and maybe some admin can give her the "GPL Meteorologist" title.

Easy to do!

Do not like how this board is run?
Get your own board!


   
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NWS map saying 8-9 inches total for most of the Twin Cities now.


   
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Jupiter wrote:

davescharf wrote:

I agree. Have her start posting here and maybe some admin can give her the "GPL Meteorologist" title.

Easy to do!

Good thing you got extra money in the donation drive because you know GE will want a finders fee to fund his next trip to Palm Springs :D


   
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davescharf wrote:
I agree. Have her start posting here and maybe some admin can give her the "GPL Meteorologist" title.

Not sure she would nor would we want that. She has made some bad life choices such as a red school to the east. :( Mr. Green

Both YE and I have told her we repost her forecasts here and she's developing a cult following.

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Greyeagle wrote:

davescharf wrote:
I agree. Have her start posting here and maybe some admin can give her the "GPL Meteorologist" title.

Not sure she would nor would we want that. She has made some bad life choices such as a red school to the east. :( Mr. Green

Both YE and I have told her we repost her forecasts here and she's developing a cult following.

There is still opportunity to rehabilitate her. I mean just buy her a cabin or something ;)


   
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Just went out for food and fuel over lunch and the roads in Eagan are starting to get slick already. Saw a few cars go sideways sliding up to intersections.


   
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Bertogliat wrote:

Lucky me getting to drive to Superior on Friday.

Hockey tournament? I don’t think it will be that bad by 1pm going up 35.


   
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bearpaw28 wrote:

Bertogliat wrote:

Lucky me getting to drive to Superior on Friday.

Hockey tournament? I don’t think it will be that bad by 1pm going up 35.

Yes


   
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Viking wrote:

Just went out for food and fuel over lunch and the roads in Eagan are starting to get slick already. Saw a few cars go sideways sliding up to intersections.

Little slippery this morning, to be honest. Plows hadn't really gone out yet at 8am.


   
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The Rube wrote:

Viking wrote:

Just went out for food and fuel over lunch and the roads in Eagan are starting to get slick already. Saw a few cars go sideways sliding up to intersections.

Little slippery this morning, to be honest. Plows hadn't really gone out yet at 8am.

It's getting slick tonight. There's a fairly steep hill just outside my subdivision and I couldn't stop coming down it before turning in. I ended up about a foot into a pile of snow pushed up at the corner.


   
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Drove home from work in Hastings down here to Welch about 10:15. Not much snow (maybe 1" or so) but very slick with reduced visibility. I was most pleased to pull into the garage tonight.


   
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Still awaiting the storm forecast from our GPL meteorologist. Wink


   
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Chris83 wrote:

Still awaiting the storm forecast from our GPL meteorologist. Wink

Here you go! GPL's meteorologist sister lives south of Mankato.

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3-4 inches with the bulk of the snow falling from 4pm - 11pm Saturday night

Mankato 4-5 inches from 1pm - 10 pm

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Greyeagle wrote:

Chris83 wrote:

Still awaiting the storm forecast from our GPL meteorologist. Wink

Here you go! GPL's meteorologist lives south of Mankato.

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3-4 inches with the bulk of the snow falling from 4pm - 11pm Saturday night

Mankato 4-5 inches from 1pm - 10 pm

GE - You are humble and lovable!!! :dance:


   
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Chris83 wrote:

Greyeagle wrote:

Chris83 wrote:

Still awaiting the storm forecast from our GPL meteorologist. Wink

Here you go! GPL's meteorologist lives south of Mankato.

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3-4 inches with the bulk of the snow falling from 4pm - 11pm Saturday night

Mankato 4-5 inches from 1pm - 10 pm

GE - You are humble and lovable!!! :dance:

I call BS!

Caught an error, our meteorologists sister lives south of Mankato.

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Big part of Highway 1 at Bug Sur falls apart


   
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RAIN SLEET SNOW! Nothing here so far. Whatever.


   
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gopher6 wrote:

Big part of Highway 1 at Bug Sur falls apart

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We drove that Highway in May 2019. Gorgeous scenery.


   
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gopher6 wrote:

Big part of Highway 1 at Bug Sur falls apart

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That road has taken some serious hits the last couple years. World class ride!


   
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Apparently that big snowstorm that was in the forecast a few days ago is going to miss us.


   
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We need our accurate and reliable GPL weather forecast for the morning commute, GE. Wink


   
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Forecast for this weekend:

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So crazy. It’s raining in early February. I am not looking forward to tomorrow morning’s commute, nor the temperatures coming this weekend. 🥶


   
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Chris83 wrote:

We need our accurate and reliable GPL weather forecast for the morning commute, GE. Wink

Sorry...didn't think of asking her and have not seen anything so she must not be too concerned. :)

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Greyeagle wrote:

Chris83 wrote:

We need our accurate and reliable GPL weather forecast for the morning commute, GE. Wink

Sorry...didn't think of asking her and have not seen anything so she must not be too concerned. :)

I would like to propose that we refer to her as WE or WeatherEagle :D


   
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Greyeagle wrote:

Chris83 wrote:

We need our accurate and reliable GPL weather forecast for the morning commute, GE. Wink

Sorry...didn't think of asking her and have not seen anything so she must not be too concerned. :)

Sigh. Explain to me again why I'm signing your paycheck every two weeks? LoL :hug:


   
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Zwak wrote:

Greyeagle wrote:

Chris83 wrote:

We need our accurate and reliable GPL weather forecast for the morning commute, GE. Wink

Sorry...didn't think of asking her and have not seen anything so she must not be too concerned. :)

I would like to propose that we refer to her as WE or WeatherEagle :D

WE the stinking badger you mean?


   
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davescharf wrote:

Zwak wrote:

Greyeagle wrote:

Chris83 wrote:

We need our accurate and reliable GPL weather forecast for the morning commute, GE. Wink

Sorry...didn't think of asking her and have not seen anything so she must not be too concerned. :)

I would like to propose that we refer to her as WE or WeatherEagle :D

WE the stinking badger you mean?

I thought we're giving WE a partial-pass on that due to how well she explains things for us?


   
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Chris83 wrote:

Sigh. Explain to me again why I'm signing your paycheck every two weeks? LoL :hug:

I hope she doesn't lose her position on GPL due to no fault of her own. LoL Mr. Green

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Greyeagle wrote:

Chris83 wrote:

Sigh. Explain to me again why I'm signing your paycheck every two weeks? LoL :hug:

I hope she doesn't lose her position on GPL due to no fault of her own. LoL Mr. Green

Nope - we will just fire the mod who hired her :)


   
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davescharf wrote:

Greyeagle wrote:

Chris83 wrote:

Sigh. Explain to me again why I'm signing your paycheck every two weeks? LoL :hug:

I hope she doesn't lose her position on GPL due to no fault of her own. LoL Mr. Green

Nope - we will just fire the mod who hired her :)

Hmmm... I suppose that could work. First, we need to get her here directly because currently said mod is our only line of communication to her.


   
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It’s going to be below freezing in all 50 states

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I finished shoveling today. Got undressed from my coat, hat, etc. and had just enough time to walk to the window to see the plow come by. F

He drove by so fast he covered the sidewalk in ice chunks that he knocked off the snow back from previous snowfalls.

You got me today snowplow driver! :nutz:


   
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Steve MN wrote:

davescharf wrote:

Zwak wrote:

Greyeagle wrote:

Chris83 wrote:

We need our accurate and reliable GPL weather forecast for the morning commute, GE. Wink

Sorry...didn't think of asking her and have not seen anything so she must not be too concerned. :)

I would like to propose that we refer to her as WE or WeatherEagle :D

WE the stinking badger you mean?

I thought we're giving WE a partial-pass on that due to how well she explains things for us?

I don't know--a simple "stinking badger" is pretty mild when talking about the plague to the east... :ahhh: Mr. Green


   
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Just saw this on Twitter:

“ @NWSTwinCities just told me we may threaten 160-hour record, dating back to 1982, for continuous hours with below zero windchill. 1958 had a 154 hour stretch. This could be a certifiable doozie.”


   
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Bertogliat wrote:

I finished shoveling today. Got undressed from my coat, hat, etc. and had just enough time to walk to the window to see the plow come by. F

He drove by so fast he covered the sidewalk in ice chunks that he knocked off the snow back from previous snowfalls.

You got me today snowplow driver! :nutz:

Our plow does this every... single... time...

Drives through the neighborhood at 30 mph throwing snow and whatever else past the sidewalk and into our yard covering 1/3rd of our driveway.

What I appreciate is they usually come through twice, so that's nice from a street perspective, but it means we're cleaning that snow wash twice as they seem to cut 2 inches of the pile off each pass.


   
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Late last week, the plows came through my neighborhood with the side plows out to clip back the mounds at curbside... it gives a pocket for a lot of the new stuff to get tossed to, so the driveways don't get too blocked. Barely got anything in the driveway today, but I bet that cut-in is half-full.


   
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Zwak wrote:

Just saw this on Twitter:

“ @NWSTwinCities just told me we may threaten 160-hour record, dating back to 1982, for continuous hours with below zero windchill. 1958 had a 154 hour stretch. This could be a certifiable doozie.”

I'm guessing you guys don't subscribe to "The Farmer" magazine. State climatologist Mark Seeley has a fascinating article about February 1936 being the coldest in MN history.

https://www.farmprogress.com/farm-life/85-years-ago-minnesotas-coldest-february


   
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Steve MN wrote:

Late last week, the plows came through my neighborhood with the side plows out to clip back the mounds at curbside... it gives a pocket for a lot of the new stuff to get tossed to, so the driveways don't get too blocked. Barely got anything in the driveway today, but I bet that cut-in is half-full.

They did that in my neighborhood last week too. And it turned into a giant ramp to launch snow over the bank and onto the sidewalk. Bastards.


   
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I'm surprised that International Falls aka "The Icebox of the Nation" doesn't hold any of the daily records, for each month, in the State. Also surprised that Pine City holds three.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Minnesota_weather_records#By_month


   
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Zwak wrote:

Just saw this on Twitter:

“ @NWSTwinCities just told me we may threaten 160-hour record, dating back to 1982, for continuous hours with below zero windchill. 1958 had a 154 hour stretch. This could be a certifiable doozie.”

https://www.dnr.state.mn.us/climate/journal/10_11_consecutive_days_freezing.html

IIRC, 2010 also had a 50 degree swing during that time. Shock


   
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