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JKEisMan

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  1. Napril Fools? Pattern and Model Discussion . . .

    Interesting read and related info: http://www.greatmountainforest.org/workingforest/weather/history.php
  2. March or BUST! - Pattern & Model Discussion

    Well that was a weenie run for the south coast all the way down to nyc.
  3. 2017-18 New England Snow

    There's definitely often quite a gradient from here to I84 area in Danbury to the south or even the Housatonic River valley to east, so I would say in the 60-65" range. I usually don't keep great statistics myself and would be interested in resources that have better information. I know there's someone (or multiple people?) from New Fairfield who often reports in to NWS and TV stations, and maybe someone like that has better statistics? Those reports usually seem pretty accurate to me.
  4. 2017-18 New England Snow

    75" for the season so far.
  5. March or BUST! - Pattern & Model Discussion

    8", 24", 7" for the last 3 storms in New Fairfield. Would be interesting to see a map for total March accumulations across SNE. Tickling 40" here for March so far and only halfway through. Can we top 50"? 60"? Would be a Morch to remember.
  6. March 12/13/14 Blizzard/Winter Storm/WWA etc

    West edge of the band also seems to be blossoming a bit. Where’s weatherwiz - he should be getting it good in DXR too.
  7. March 12/13/14 Blizzard/Winter Storm/WWA etc

    Snow growth in the band in western CT is great as Ryan and others said. Stacking up quickly.
  8. The King Regains its Throne

    I can verify 21” in Ridgefield 850’ and 24” in New Fairfield 800’ and a 21” in Sherman at slightly lower elevation. The 24” in Newtown seems off though.
  9. I think being further west is helping with this one, just like the last one. They are right on the NY state border. I have a friend in Ridgefield, also west side and at elevation saying they're probably around 6-7".
  10. I'm not in New Fairfield for this one, unfortunately. But my parents said that they are nearing 10" and heaviest snow all day (elevation is 800' at Sherman/New Fairfield border).
  11. Model output for gfs on TT and pivotal is weird too - missing hours and maps. We toss.
  12. Blizzard 2018 Take II: The Firehose

    Approaching couple inches. Heaviest rates so far. Temp dropping. ~800 ft elevation
  13. Blizzard 2018 Take II: The Firehose

    pouring snow. New Fairfield/Sherman town line, right across from NYS border.
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