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Old 12-22-2009, 05:19 PM
 
Location: Columbus,Ohio
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How come Central Ohio weather except for the Northeastern part of the state ( they get alot of lake effect snow) is sooo darn boring? It seem the major weather sites such as Accu-weather and the Weather Channel( they are always focusing in on the South) never give us much mention. It seems all the big daddy snowstorms go too far to the north or west or south of us or up the East Coast. Worse yet NOAA is predicting that El Nino is giving the Ohio Valley a drier than normal winter and that does not really make my day. I want a good honest to the Good Man Above snowstorm. The weekend blizzard was supposed to give CO up to 4 inches of snow as it passed us to get to the east coast and we hardly got anything . Friday night it started to snow real good in Columbus but warm air somehow got in during the early morning hours and it turned to rain ( I do like a good rain) and the precip stopped about mid morning on Saturday. According to the radar there was a dry spot sitting over Columbus while surrounded with areas getting snow and it lingered there almost all day. Now here comes the Christmas storm and for awhile it looked like Central Ohio was finally was going get a white Christmas( the few last Christmases were dry and a bit on the sunny side). Now once again we are getting gypped because the storm is going too far to the North. Many people here in Columbus are now disappointed cause once again no white Christmas.
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Old 12-22-2009, 08:26 PM
 
Location: Subarctic maritime Melbourne
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Probably, because Central Ohio, like Melbourne, has an extremely crap climate.
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Old 12-22-2009, 08:55 PM
 
Location: Columbus,Ohio
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Probably, because Central Ohio, like Melbourne, has an extremely crap climate.
Crap climate,indeed!
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