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> Eastern Lake Erie Winter Storm Database, Because a thread wasn't enough...
post Oct 17 2010, 03:42 PM
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So I was posting maps in this thread, but it wasn't efficient and didn't allow me to easily do more with each storm. I put my 'project' on hold for awhile while I considered alternatives. I decided that I'd go with a wiki (like Wikipedia) and in response, the project's size more than tripled. Long story short, here it is:


I hope to bring every storm that I do up to the level of this:

For now, that is my model for each storm (maybe minus the NWS summary and photos). Major storms get first priority to be brought up to that level (I'll call it "B+"). Particularly unique or special storms will be taken more in depth, or to "A+" level.

I hope to get 3-7 storms done each weekend, with 1 or 2 on weekdays if I have time. In a perfect world, this will be 75-85% complete by mid-late 2012.

Winter 2010-11 Snow: 148.0"
Winter 2009-10 Snow: 128.3"
Winter 2008-09 Snow: 175.0"
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