Based on the 10 yr average, for the months of Apr - Jun, at Green Bay, WI shows multiple 30yr cycles between 1912 and 1996, even post 1996 in some variations of this analysis. With respect to this graphic only we are more similar to the late 1800's. The cycles of the 19th century were occurring in relatively dry period . That dry period lines up with the solar cycles, drier conditions the stronger the sun got; which suggests that as the sun decreases in activity it will rain more. Unfortunately we don't have many reliable records prior to 1900 and I feel as though we are heading into uncharted territory. 
Would like to head out for a chase this afternoon, is anyone else out and about? Would be nice to meet up with some folks, 

Identified several bugs with the update and will have those fixed by tomorrow morning.
My favorites from Saturday's chase in northern Iowa.
Thanks for letting me join your website I really enjoy it alot.
Big website update coming soon!
A little feedback issue on the NAM at 78HR today. 6Z is a snoozer. 12Z develops a landicane across Iowa & Wisco with 10"+ of rain and svr wx. Not much confidence beyond 48HR these days.
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One more ripple mark
Ripple marks low level
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