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Monthly Discussions and General Weather / Re: March 2021
« Last post by Bruce on Today at 07:27:59 AM »
good article over on yahoo news and also msn,,, bill bunting chief forecaster for SPC explains on this up coming severe season, saying dont get fooled bout the slow start, 2011 actually started out little slower he said. also describes the most intesnse severe wether will be centered over the midouth and tennessee valleys and dixie regions. sounds like per bunting april through most may will be very active with above normal chances for violent tornadoes in the mentioned regions ::coffee:: also the ohio valley region was another area be watched this spring.
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Winter Weather / Re: March 2021 (The Snow Lion Version)
« Last post by schneitzeit on Today at 04:51:41 AM »
Things are still pretty dormant here. Not ready to mow yet, maybe in another week probably 2 or 3 weeks away for most spots though. My yard gets thick quick but so far just a few patches of green and a few onions really greening up. I am still a good 7-10 days from a true mowing, maybe even a few more than that. ::popcorn::

Same. It's nice to ditch the mower for an entire winter. I haven't had to mow since early November, and I think I'll be good through the end of this month, possibly even into April.

We had winter this year. I can't take it for granted.
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Winter Weather / Re: March 2021 (The Snow Lion Version)
« Last post by Clarksville Snowman on Today at 12:41:31 AM »
Things are still pretty dormant here. Not ready to mow yet, maybe in another week probably 2 or 3 weeks away for most spots though. My yard gets thick quick but so far just a few patches of green and a few onions really greening up. I am still a good 7-10 days from a true mowing, maybe even a few more than that. ::popcorn::
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Winter Weather / Re: March 2021 (The Snow Lion Version)
« Last post by Bruce on Yesterday at 11:45:00 PM »
The below zero temps from 2 weeks really put the trees into a late dormancy state. Usually, Bradford pears are blooming after a few days in the 60’s and 70’s but not this year. It gave me a chance to cut the Japanese maple back today. I do see some daffodils coming up though.
yeah see stuff starting bloom. I actually mowed first time today
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Winter Weather / Re: March 2021 (The Snow Lion Version)
« Last post by Curt on Yesterday at 10:41:50 PM »
Yes, my Japanese Magnolia gets a solid full bloom once every 5 years because of a early warm up , then cool snap ... its going to snow again here anyways before the end of the month. Major snowstorm to form March 17-25th. Just feel it.
The below zero temps from 2 weeks really put the trees into a late dormancy state. Usually, Bradford pears are blooming after a few days in the 60’s and 70’s but not this year. It gave me a chance to cut the Japanese maple back today. I do see some daffodils coming up though.
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Winter Weather / Re: March 2021 (The Snow Lion Version)
« Last post by Nashville_Wx on Yesterday at 08:47:09 PM »
If we're going to have below or well below normal temps sometime this spring, I prefer late March over April.  A cold March keeps the trees & plants dormant.  A warm March followed by a late season cold snap in April isn't good for all things green.

Yes, my Japanese Magnolia gets a solid full bloom once every 5 years because of a early warm up , then cool snap ... its going to snow again here anyways before the end of the month. Major snowstorm to form March 17-25th. Just feel it.
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Monthly Discussions and General Weather / Re: March 2021
« Last post by StormNine on Yesterday at 05:29:50 PM »
THE GV16 is a bit like the Euro. We could get a decent QLCS event if that and especially the Euro were to verify but more so for the Arklatex region and not necessarily our region.  The trough is probably too sharp for anything discrete but this is past 7 days so that can and will change. 
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Monthly Discussions and General Weather / Re: March 2021
« Last post by StormNine on Yesterday at 05:22:28 PM »
That is one strong closed off low on today’s euro for late next week ..

A lot of that is probably the Euro's bias of holding energy back to the southwest. The Canadian model run shows a strong Iowa low but the upper dynamics are going to be too detached from the moisture return.

Overall not too impressed with widespread significant severe weather until probably later in the month and areas north of I-40 may have to wait till April.  I tend to think that our severe weather season will mimic our winter season in that we will have an active season that will probably be focused on a few weeks in April. 
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Winter Weather / Re: Winter 2020-2021 Fame and Infamy Candidates!
« Last post by StormNine on Yesterday at 03:09:26 PM »
I was thinking the vote was just for threads this season. I had already moved this one from 2010. If nothing else, the thread may be one of the longest threads if not *the* longest event thread in TNWX history.

We can do Rock and Roll Hame of Fame style and add up to 2-3 winter events and 2-3 severe weather events every year.  There are still some winter and severe weather events that are worthy of the debate. 
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Winter Weather / Re: Winter 2020-2021 Fame and Infamy Candidates!
« Last post by StormNine on Yesterday at 03:08:12 PM »
I was thinking the vote was just for threads this season. I had already moved this one from 2010. If nothing else, the thread may be one of the longest threads if not *the* longest event thread in TNWX history.

I was shocked that we or I didn't move that one sooner that one is probably one of the most complete winter storms in this forum's history.  It is like having KISS or Deep Purple have to wait a few years for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.   
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March 2021
by Bruce
[Today at 07:27:59 AM]
March 2021 (The Snow Lion Version)
by schneitzeit
[Today at 04:51:41 AM]
Winter 2020-2021 Fame and Infamy Candidates!
by StormNine
[Yesterday at 03:09:26 PM]
March 3, 2020 Tornado Outbreak
by mamMATTus
[March 05, 2021, 09:50:14 PM]
BloomSky Weather Stations
by ryandourius
[March 05, 2021, 02:05:17 AM]