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Winter Storm Warning - Jan 30

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Call it MAGNUS, call it DENISE, any way you slice it, there is a good chance of snow on the horizon. The National Weather Service in Green Bay has issued a Winter Storm Warning for the area.

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Measurements (4)
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Jan 30, 2013 @ 16:59
Two measurement to make a 16:59 total of 1.3" more. Light snow is currently falling. Snow is light, fluffy. Temperatures are slowly dropping.

1.3" - New Snow
8.2" - Total Storm Snow
Current Snow Depth - 8"

(Jan 30, 2013 - 14:44 - 0.9")


(Jan 30, 2013 - 16:59 - 0.4")


(The First Shoveling)


(The Second Shoveling)


(US Radar - 5PM)


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Jan 30, 2013 @ 11:08
2.2" more measured at 11:08. Moderate to heavy snow continues to fall. Snow is still very thick and packy. Gusty winds have now been introduced to the equation.

2.2" - New Snow
3.9" - Total Storm Snow
Current Snow Depth - 4"

(Jan 30, 2013 - 11:08 - 2.2")


(Looking West - Congress Ave - 11AM)


(Looking Southwest - 11AM)


(US Radar - 11AM)


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Jan 30, 201…

2012 End Of Year Summary

Instead of more words I will embed the OSNW3 Twitter feed. Within each tweet there are links to a plethora of climate data for the Oshkosh area. One particular summary that may be of interest off the top is how much snow has fallen this season already.
Meteorological winter precipitation and snowfall comparisons (through Dec) for the greater #Oshkosh area. theplayerstour.net/osnw3/metwin.h…#wiwx
— Josh Herman (@OSNW3) January 2, 2013
Another may be how 2012 ended at OSNW3 in comparison to Oshkosh averages and all-time records.
#OSNW3 2012 climatology. #Oshkosh recorded pcpn/snow surplus but yet endured a summer drought with 23 days >= 90° #wiwxtheplayerstour.net/osnw3/rc2012as…
— Josh Herman (@OSNW3) January 1, 2013
The coldest morning in a long time got the giggle juices flowing...
Happy New Year! A little science fun this morning at #OSNW3. youtu.be/F8nq2d9RG70Time of experiment 7AM, temp -1°F. #Oshkosh#wiwx
— Josh Herman (@OSNW3) January 1, 2013
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More December climate numbers.