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  1. So true! Yet I haven't heard much about this.
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    March or BUST! - Pattern & Model Discussion

    EPS ensemble e33 at day 11 for the win? Not that we're grasping at straws or any such thing...
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    March or BUST! - Pattern & Model Discussion

    Boy that storm spinning about 300 miles to the east of the BM looks spectacular today. Imagine....
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    March or BUST! - Pattern & Model Discussion

    GFS more suppressed this run..
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    March 12/13/14 Blizzard/Winter Storm/WWA etc

    Are you sure? I have 16.5" depth in Cambridge (and I measured multiple places).
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    March 12/13/14 Blizzard/Winter Storm/WWA etc

    Jerry, are you confusing small flakes with light rates? It's the same here in Cambridge, but the visibility is still low (fog like) and it's piling up. 10.5"
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    March 12/13/14 Blizzard/Winter Storm/WWA etc

    How high did they get sustained in Nor'easter #1?
  8. The LP and EPS did tick east again though (precip shield notwithstanding) hopefully this trend stops here.
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    March or BUST! - Pattern & Model Discussion

    Darn good price, especially at this time. You must have connections.
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    March or BUST! - Pattern & Model Discussion

    Check out ensemble e20 in the EPS.
  11. Given the recent trends, mostly rain.
  12. But at this point it is much older info.
  13. Any predictions on the storm surge heights in Boston? I note the NWS is calling for 3-4 feet. 4 feet at tomorrow's high tide would set a high water level record. Be pretty odd to have set the record twice in one winter after almost 100 years (since 1921) of record keeping.
  14. Precip ends by 12z. But such a beast at 964mb as it heads SE.
  15. It's similar to the 12z initially (actually a bit more intense), but scoots SE a bit quicker so the northern precip boundary is pretty sharp.
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