PREVIEW POST: The Pattern Flattens

By: Buckey2745, 9:52 PM GMT on March 05, 2017

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Thursday sure did have its moments of snow squalls, didn't it? Well, maybe some of you saw the snow and some of you didn't, depending on where you were. Showers were definitely scattered in nature, but very heavy at times.

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PREVIEW POST: From Tornadoes to Snow Showers

By: Buckey2745, 8:36 PM GMT on March 02, 2017

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Yes, it's March, and even though it's the start of meteorological Spring, we're still in a Winter month. So even though we had some confirmed tornadoes in southwest Ohio yesterday morning, we have some snow showers out there today.

Here's the cold and blustery view from my rooftop camera this afternoon:
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Goodbye, WunderBlogs

By: Buckey2745, 1:57 AM GMT on March 02, 2017

For 9 years I've been writing a blog about the weather here in Central Ohio on Weather Underground. This is my 740th post, and a sad one to write. As I discovered today, the member blogs section of Weather Underground will be discontinued in April. This notice was a heartbreaking one to read:


On February 10, 2008, I wrote, "I'm Eric Josephson, a 23 year-old weather enthusiast from Central Ohio." Wow. I was 23. And with that, I began writing entries ...

March 1st Severe Weather

By: Buckey2745, 9:56 PM GMT on March 01, 2017

Feels like on top of this calendar year's weather being unseasonable, it's also unpredictable. Last Friday's setup seemed pretty primed for a severe weather outbreak and we had nothing. I was notably down on severe chances last night in to this morning, and we ended up having our most active day of the year for severe weather nationally.

Last night as everyone was trying to fall asleep we were issues a Tornado Watch for some nocturnal storms that were mov...

Still Bullish on our Severe Chances

By: Buckey2745, 8:17 PM GMT on February 28, 2017

I think this might be the first moderate risk for the country so far this year, right?


I think areas west of us have a pretty good chance at some severe storms today, but I still feel bullish on our chances. I wouldn't completely rule out a storm later this afternoon as they bubble up in southern Indiana and move our way, but I think our storms will hold off until tomorrow morning when a squall comes through.


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