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  1. BombsAway1288

    March Disco

    I guess it's just another scenario on the table. Then again, it is the 84hr NAM
  2. BombsAway1288

    March Disco

    Pete B. is really hitting the Euro hard. Rainy and warm with the coastal now for Thursday. Not sure if that's a good or bad thing that he's onboard tbh. He did basically say that all options are on the table right now
  3. BombsAway1288

    March Disco

    It will considering the general public has not a single idea that this is could be coming/a possibility as all weekend long every tv met was not mentioning anything about a possible coastal and had Friday as 50 and sunny
  4. BombsAway1288

    March Disco

    How bad are the BL temps on this thing? That would of been a perfect track 3 weeks ago. Even if this played out verbatim, at least it's a strong storm. But as others have been saying, a little earlier would be nice
  5. BombsAway1288

    March Disco

    One of the best and most underrated local TV mets out there. Love his excitement and on-air delivery when it comes to explaining things. If there was any of these second grade weekend mets (Tim Kelly not included) to even mention the possibility of something at the end of the week, it's a good thing it was Tim
  6. BombsAway1288

    March Disco

    Best runs in days. Question is, can it continue at 0z? We'll see
  7. BombsAway1288

    2018/19 Winter Banter and General Discussion - We winter of YORE

    Oh absolutely 12" events aren't supposed to happen every year down here on the coastal plain nor should they be expected. It's certainly been an anomaly the last 18 years for the Northeast to have so many at least double digit events, that's why I pointed it out in my original post. We have been extremely lucky the last 2 decades so I wouldn't be surprised if at some point we get 4 or 5 straight winters without a big event. Regression is certainly due around here at some point. So glad I didn't grow up/remember the 80's, especially after the very cold and snowy late 70's but I'm a realist and by no means am I expecting every winter to be like 2014-2015 with at least one 12" event the rest of my life. We were close this year as it was a very 80's-like winter from what you guys were saying with it being cold and dry then warm and wet. We just lucked out 2 weeks ago and that wasn't even everyone in SNE who cashed in
  8. BombsAway1288

    2018/19 Winter Banter and General Discussion - We winter of YORE

    Really interesting that I surpass you in the most consecutive winters with a 12" storm category, although I would love to have your annual snowfall average. Nothing like a long lasting snow pack either. You got a bit unlucky with some of those missing winters for you, especially winter of 09-10 with the suppression depression thanks to a record -NAO block
  9. BombsAway1288

    Low topped Convective Potential Friday, March 15th, 2019

    I literally got about 10 seconds of some small hail here in Eastie. Heard it on my car top. No wind but very heavy rain and a lot of lightning right over Boston, which looked awesome. Had the torrential rain for about 10 min. Should help finally put out that fire just to the north of me. Hearing lots of sirens across the harbor in the Seaport now. Hopefully just minor flooding and no more fires tonight. Resources are stretched thin right now
  10. BombsAway1288

    March Disco

    The PNA ridge? All damn Winter any decent ridge out there would be too far West for a good snow pattern/storm here. Now it's going to be too far East
  11. BombsAway1288

    2018/19 Winter Banter and General Discussion - We winter of YORE

    Yeah that's very unusual for up there, obviously. On a selfish note, last weeks storm that gave me 12.4", continuing my personal streak (between living in Boston and NNJ) of now 7 straight Winter's with at least one snowstorm of at least a foot. Winter 2011-2012 was my last shutout of a 12 incher. Before that clunker of a year I had at least one 12" storm every Winter since the real clunker of a Winter in NNJ in 2006-2007. That was 4 years in a row. Before that, it was 2001-2002 for another 4 consecutive years. So 15 out of the last 18 Winter's have featured a snowstorm for me of at least a foot. That to me is remarkable! It might not sound like a lot or even that amazing to you guys in NNE or really SNE for that matter but I think it's pretty cool and quite the statistical anomaly (signs of more juiced up systems?). Last quick note, this was the first Winter in at least the last 4 or 5 consecutive Winter's (I can't remember exactly) that I was not under a Blizzard Warning at any point. It seemed like it was a guarantee every year there for a while. And I'm talking about just having a Blizzard Warning issued for me at some point, not whether it verified or not, of which, I think less than half actually verified. As many have said on here, it's been an amazing run for everyone basically Northeast of Trenton, NJ, especially and more so for SNE. Regression is due/overdue
  12. BombsAway1288

    March Disco

    I believe this issue with the dark, early start for kids waiting for the buses will eventually fade away for the simple fact that most schools will just adjust and start the school day later. There's already a push for this going on and it's already actually happened in a few districts even before all this talk of year-round DST or EST. I think the most practical and logical thing to do is just move to Atlantic TIme as others have said. The practical reasoning being that changing the rules of DST and ST between requires an act of Congress, literally. Congress can barely get simple funding/budgeting taken care of, let alone making a decision about DST. The logical reasoning simply being that because it will take an act of congress to change DST, the easiest way to do it, and really the only way to get around the requirement of an act of Congress, is to just switch time zones. This would only really work for feasibly located geographic areas of the US. Places like say, New England?..... It would have to be all of them though I believe, as the Bill that was just introduced in NH states. Because of the heavy economical (and others) connection between at least 4 or 5 of the 6 states, they would all need to be onboard for a move to AST or ADT.
  13. BombsAway1288

    March, 2019

    Nope! Can't happen! The late-July sun angle by early April makes it impossible for snow to stick during the daylight at 40N.
  14. BombsAway1288

    March, 2019

    It's all relative person to person, really. If you're an early riser or someone that needs to be on the road by 6am for work, you probably don't like the late sunrises. On the other hand, a lot of other people (myself included) love the later sunsets. The only thing I hate about Winter is that it's dark by 445-5pm. The whole kids waiting in the dark for the bus pickup argument is probably one of the biggest factors against this possible move. I do think that whole scope of that argument will slowly switch/go away at some point in the future due to schools having a later start time for students which has been happening more and more, albeit slowly, around the county
  15. BombsAway1288

    March, 2019

    Haha, wrong again. Shocker! Seriously, why for the sake of this sub-forum is this allowed to continue year after year? I know he's already 5-posted but obviously it still doesn't make a difference. The trolling and fake news from him continues
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