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    Originally Posted by SoonerAmongThePack View Post
    The models have really slammed on the breaks the last few runs, making the system an "open wave" and taking all the snow accumulations away for both events (post Christmas and New Years). The system and cold are still coming, but it's looking more and more like a very light snow/flurry solution on Christmas Day and the day after rather than a high impact event.
    like i said....i'll believe significant rain/snow when i see it.....
    it's been too long.....we're in a dry pattern.....and until it changes.....i expect it to continue

  2. #102
    Doesn't sound like they can make up their minds. It's still to early to tell, guess we will know more by the weekend.

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    How bad is it going to be here in SW Kansas! I hope it stays clear till Friday morning when I take off out of this ****!

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    http://forecast.weather.gov/showsigw...ther+Statement
    SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
    NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
    903 AM CST WED DEC 19 2012

    THE OVERALL FORECAST IN REGARDS TO WINTER WEATHER POTENTIAL
    AROUND CHRISTMAS HAS CHANGED SOMEWHAT SINCE YESTERDAY. THE MOST
    RECENT COMPUTER MODELS ARE LESS AGGRESSIVE WITH THE SYSTEM SET TO
    IMPACT THE SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL PLAINS FROM MONDAY THROUGH
    WEDNESDAY OF NEXT WEEK...YIELDING LESS CONFIDENCE IN A MAJOR
    WINTER STORM FOR OKLAHOMA AND NORTH TEXAS. HOWEVER...THERE ARE
    STILL INDICATIONS THAT SOME WINTRY PRECIPITATION WILL BE POSSIBLE
    FROM LATE CHRISTMAS EVE THROUGH DECEMBER 26TH. AS OF NOW...THE
    MOST LIKELY TIMING OF ANY WINTER WEATHER WILL BE FROM EARLY
    CHRISTMAS MORNING THROUGH THE DAY AFTER CHRISTMAS. EXACT
    PRECIPITATION TYPE AND ACCUMULATIONS REMAIN UNCLEAR. IT TAKES VERY
    LITTLE WINTRY PRECIPITATION TO CAUSE TRAVEL PROBLEMS...ESPECIALLY
    IF ANY ICE ACCUMULATIONS OCCUR. IF YOU PLAN TO TRAVEL THE WEEK OF
    CHRISTMAS...MONITOR THE WEATHER SITUATION CLOSELY...AND BE
    PREPARED FOR WEATHER RELATED TRAVEL DELAYS.

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    White Christmas?

    I hope it snows a lot!
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    Anywhere between 3-6 inches forcast overnight here. Not sure how this is going to work as it's not supposed to be below freezing until tomorrow morning. It's 42 now and i can't see it really sticking.

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    Originally Posted by nlight1 View Post
    I hope it snows a lot!
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    looks like it's going to be cold.....very cold...

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    Originally Posted by 87sooner View Post
    looks like it's going to be cold.....very cold...

    Not where you are going.
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    Re: White Christmas?

    It won't snow at my house and I'm 100% ok with it :-)
    **** snow

  12. #112
    Originally Posted by soonersmc View Post
    Not where you are going.

    hey..long time no leg hump....
    were u in prison?

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    Raining like an SOB here. Hail. No snow until 2-3am.

  14. #114
    Originally Posted by KCRuf/Nek View Post
    Raining like an SOB here. Hail. No snow until 2-3am.
    send the rain south please, keep the snow.

  15. #115
    Originally Posted by KCRuf/Nek View Post
    Raining like an SOB here. Hail. No snow until 2-3am.
    Raining a little here in Wichita too...turning over to snow around midnight...not complaining...we need it.

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    Originally Posted by 87sooner View Post
    hey..long time no leg hump....
    were u in prison?

    No, sorry...you can still dream it though. pervert.

    Was on hiatus.

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    Originally Posted by SoonerArtillery View Post
    Raining a little here in Wichita too...turning over to snow around midnight...not complaining...we need it.
    The big snowstorm is still out in western Kansas/Nebraska. It's a big ass storm. There's supposed to be 50mph winds along with it.

    Funny. When watching the weather today I noticed the record low was -18 in 1983. not trying to be like grandpa but I remember that time and how ****ing cold it was compared to now.

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    Here is what it looks like out the window at work.

    we got 8 inches of snow... expecting another 8 -10 inches and winds will pick up to 35-40 mph. big blizzard time..

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  20. #120
    Damn. Our worst is yet to come.


    With a "life-threatening" snowstorm forecast to drop a foot or more of snow in south central and southwest Wisconsin by Thursday night, officials warned of impending traffic chaos and advised people to stay home. Every Dane County school district took the advice and canceled classes Thursday.

    Gov. Scott Walker declared a state of emergency and municipalities across Wisconsin issued dire warnings in advance of the snow.

    "We're asking people to stay off the roads for 24 to 36 hours," Dane County Executive Joe Parisi said Wednesday.

    A winter storm warning remains in effect for the area until noon Thursday and a blizzard warning from noon until midnight, the National Weather Service said in its update about 5 a.m. Thursday.

    Snow began falling at around 9 p.m. Wednesday in Madison and 5 to 6 inches were on the ground in the Madison area by about 5 a.m., Weather Central meteorologist Bill Romine told Madison.com.

    Rain was mixing into the snow south and east of Madison and that would hold snow totals down for those areas, Romine said.

    "Temperatures are right around 33, 34 now and the rain/snow line is just south of Madison," he said



    Read more: http://host.madison.com/weather/offi...#ixzz2FbJQMYLE
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  21. #121
    What city are you in? I just ordered the a managed IP package from your company

  22. #122
    Originally Posted by Wailer View Post
    What city are you in? I just ordered the a managed IP package from your company
    I'm in Madison, WI. TDS headquaters.
    good! Managed IP is a great product! You should be pleased.

  23. #123
    It's a shitshow in KC right even the MODOT workers are getting stuck.
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  24. #124
    A little more than a dusting here in Wichita...but enough to get the kids and dogs excited.

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    **** thus cruel world. Gonna be pissed if I don't see my family for Christmas

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    They will be thanking God

    Originally Posted by SoonerLibertarian View Post
    Cotton Bowl is a meaningless game anyway. I don't see any reason to watch any exhibition games.
    shut the **** up donnie
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    I've decided to not ever watch a bowl game again. They kill the football regular season and mean absolutely nothing in themselves. I don't really watch NFL preseason games either for the same reason. Although some preseason games actually have some meaning to some players at times so it's not the exact same. Bowl games have no meaning outside of one game.
    you are a freaking idiot
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    1 inch here in Dodge...looks like I will be able to get home for Christmas!

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    Well... getting worse here..


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    http://forecast.weather.gov/showsigw...ther+Statement
    SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
    NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
    546 AM CST THU DEC 20 2012

    ...SNOW IS POSSIBLE ON CHRISTMAS DAY...

    WITH ONLY FIVE DAYS LEFT BEFORE CHRISTMAS...ONE THING TO
    KEEP IN MIND IS THE WEATHER FORECAST. A STORM SYSTEM WELL OFF
    THE WEST COAST IS EXPECTED TO MOVE ACROSS THE SOUTHERN PLAINS
    CHRISTMAS DAY. SNOW IS POSSIBLE...ALTHOUGH IT`S TOO EARLY TO TELL
    HOW MUCH AND WHAT AREA MAY RECEIVE THE MOST SNOW...IF ANY.

    AT THIS TIME...THE NORTHERN THIRD OF OKLAHOMA AND AREAS NORTH
    HAVE THE BEST OPPORTUNITY OF RECEIVING ENOUGH SNOW TO CAUSE
    SIGNIFICANT TRAVEL PROBLEMS. THOSE PLANNING TO TRAVEL AROUND
    CHRISTMAS SHOULD REMAIN AWARE OF CURRENT FORECAST AND HAVE A
    CONTINGENCY PLAN.

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    Originally Posted by OU48A View Post
    http://forecast.weather.gov/showsigw...ther+Statement
    SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
    NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
    546 AM CST THU DEC 20 2012

    ...SNOW IS POSSIBLE ON CHRISTMAS DAY...

    WITH ONLY FIVE DAYS LEFT BEFORE CHRISTMAS...ONE THING TO
    KEEP IN MIND IS THE WEATHER FORECAST. A STORM SYSTEM WELL OFF
    THE WEST COAST IS EXPECTED TO MOVE ACROSS THE SOUTHERN PLAINS
    CHRISTMAS DAY. SNOW IS POSSIBLE...ALTHOUGH IT`S TOO EARLY TO TELL
    HOW MUCH AND WHAT AREA MAY RECEIVE THE MOST SNOW...IF ANY.

    AT THIS TIME...THE NORTHERN THIRD OF OKLAHOMA AND AREAS NORTH
    HAVE THE BEST OPPORTUNITY OF RECEIVING ENOUGH SNOW TO CAUSE
    SIGNIFICANT TRAVEL PROBLEMS. THOSE PLANNING TO TRAVEL AROUND
    CHRISTMAS SHOULD REMAIN AWARE OF CURRENT FORECAST AND HAVE A
    CONTINGENCY PLAN.
    umm yeah. we aren't going to get any. end thread

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    Originally Posted by WISooner View Post
    Well... getting worse here..

    We should have had an over/under in the book on when we'd have a "I live in Wi. and winter sucks" post. Looks like it's time for a half day.
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    White Christmas?

    And JDMT has a chance of getting laid, but it's not going to happen.


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    Originally Posted by WISooner View Post
    Well... getting worse here..


    Harsh...bro...

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    It's 73 degrees, pouring rain with tornado warnings. We don't have white Christmases here other than the sand . . . we have monsoon season.

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    Still cold - 25/WC 8 - but 38 tomorrow and 45 Saturday. It'll be like it was never here.

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    Originally Posted by KCRuf/Nek View Post
    Still cold - 25/WC 8 - but 38 tomorrow and 45 Saturday. It'll be like it was never here.
    What are the temps supposed to be in KC on Sunday?.....Taking my Chef fans up to the game...

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    Originally Posted by SoonerArtillery View Post
    What are the temps supposed to be in KC on Sunday?.....Taking my Chef fans up to the game...
    High of 39. Partly sunny/cloudy. Minimal wind. Dress warm.
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    The blizzard is getting ramped up pretty good here in central Illinois, now. If the damn power keeps going off and on, we might as well send everyone home. I'm thinking it's about time to start drinking, anyway.
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    Models are as they often do with winter systems.

    American GFS valid for midnight on the 26th (end of Christmas Day)



    And for New Years Day morning..



    And now you know another truth about meteorologists...not only are we allowed to be wrong a majority of the time, we are also capable of changing our mind every 6-12 hours. It's called job security folks.

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    Originally Posted by WISooner View Post
    Damn. Our worst is yet to come.


    With a "life-threatening" snowstorm forecast to drop a foot or more of snow in south central and southwest Wisconsin by Thursday night, officials warned of impending traffic chaos and advised people to stay home. Every Dane County school district took the advice and canceled classes Thursday.

    Gov. Scott Walker declared a state of emergency and municipalities across Wisconsin issued dire warnings in advance of the snow.

    "We're asking people to stay off the roads for 24 to 36 hours," Dane County Executive Joe Parisi said Wednesday.

    A winter storm warning remains in effect for the area until noon Thursday and a blizzard warning from noon until midnight, the National Weather Service said in its update about 5 a.m. Thursday.

    Snow began falling at around 9 p.m. Wednesday in Madison and 5 to 6 inches were on the ground in the Madison area by about 5 a.m., Weather Central meteorologist Bill Romine told Madison.com.

    Rain was mixing into the snow south and east of Madison and that would hold snow totals down for those areas, Romine said.

    "Temperatures are right around 33, 34 now and the rain/snow line is just south of Madison," he said



    Read more: http://host.madison.com/weather/offi...#ixzz2FbJQMYLE


    We are getting the same storm tomorrow... !!!

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    Originally Posted by KCRuf/Nek View Post
    High of 39. Partly sunny/cloudy. Minimal wind. Dress warm.
    KC, the family is headed up to the great KC suburb of Blue Springs for the first time since the 2009 blizzard (everyone thank me now for the incoming blizzard).

    I see KC models all over the place. I see nws saying a good chance for snow the 25th and 26th. I see weather.com saying slight chance. I see the locals predicting nothing.

    What are you seeing, or is everyone trying to get through today?

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    Originally Posted by SoonerAmongThePack View Post
    Models are as they often do with winter systems.

    American GFS valid for midnight on the 26th (end of Christmas Day)



    And for New Years Day morning..



    And now you know another truth about meteorologists...not only are we allowed to be wrong a majority of the time, we are also capable of changing our mind every 6-12 hours. It's called job security folks.
    Basically it's the only job outside of baseball where failing 70% of the time is considered really good.

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    Originally Posted by Bruno Gianelli View Post
    KC, the family is headed up to the great KC suburb of Blue Springs for the first time since the 2009 blizzard (everyone thank me now for the incoming blizzard).

    I see KC models all over the place. I see nws saying a good chance for snow the 25th and 26th. I see weather.com saying slight chance. I see the locals predicting nothing.

    What are you seeing, or is everyone trying to get through today?
    Funny thing about BS is that the weather can be totally different there than here. I think it's like 20 miles away. Well, as I said above most of the snow should be gone by Saturday. If I'd been not so lazy and worked on the driveway a little more it would be clear too. I just figured it would melt on its own so that was that. It's going to be cold tonight(like 14) but then in the upper 30's to mid 40's until Christmas. They were maybe talking about something the first of the week but with the slip n slide this morning they were too concerned about that. I'll see what they say a little later and get back to you.

    Edit. Our weather guy from OU sez 20% chance of some sort of precip on Tuesday with a high of 31. Sounds pretty tame.
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    Originally Posted by drspencer View Post
    Basically it's the only job outside of baseball where failing 70% of the time is considered really good.
    More or less. If the computers were perfect, we'd be out of a job. That's why we program the computers.
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    Someone on FB posted a long forecast from Aaron Tuttle where he predicted that Oklahoma, as far south as Norman, will likely see a major ICE event on Christmas Day. He said up to a foot of snow along the OK/KS border and then 1/2 to 1 inch of ice in OKC. He did hedge things a bit saying we won't know how much precipitation is really possible until sometime on Sunday.

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    Originally Posted by SoonerSean03 View Post
    Someone on FB posted a long forecast from Aaron Tuttle where he predicted that Oklahoma, as far south as Norman, will likely see a major ICE event on Christmas Day. He said up to a foot of snow along the OK/KS border and then 1/2 to 1 inch of ice in OKC. He did hedge things a bit saying we won't know how much precipitation is really possible until sometime on Sunday.
    Shit, i hope not!

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    Who the ****s Aaron Tuttle?

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    White crap is falling from the sky, it's the end of the world... !!!

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    **** Aaron Tuttle.

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    White Christmas?

    Love Aaron Tuttle

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