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  1. Nighttime view of the winter storm in downtown Findlay.

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  2. Looking West from downtown Findlay.

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  3. Looking North from downtown Findlay.

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  4. Downtown Findlay.

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  5. A caution I would like to throw out to the group is that while many are clamoring for a colder winter with lots of snow and ice along the Eastern Seaboard, none of the model forecasts or analog collection seems favorable to such a scenario. You will notice on the ensemble platforms in the 11 - 15 day plenty of positive 500MB height anomalies within the Arctic Circle. But the actual contour depiction has -no- signatures (closed ridge contours above 534dcm north of 45 N Latitude). That can change, but more and more the first month of the DJFM sequence looks to have southwest flow aloft and warm anomalies. That eastern Pacific Ocean trough/Gulf of Alaska Low must retrogress to between the Hawaiian and Aleutian Islands for winter to show its true (crystal and white) colors along the Interstate 81 and 95 corridors. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!
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