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A single Band of Ocean Effect Snows has developed

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An ocean effect snow band has developed since 2 pm this afternoon, while staying offshore for most of the afternoon, this evening the band is producing moderate to heavy snow in squalls and perhaps some thundersnows are possible, the band is developing through surface convergence developing as winds are from the northeast to the right and north to the west of the band, this acts as a convergent band allowing lift and perhaps heavy snows developing over the Outer Cape Cod region with DBZs reaching 40 on the reflectiveness.  Check out the latest from BOX radar picking this band up below.

Thundersnows in the single band of snow over Outer Cape Cod.gif

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