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  1. The "We Won't Have Any More Snow in February" February 17th Event

    Was always a SNE storm... 6.2" here.
  2. NNE Winter Thread

    Pretty amazing how much difference there is between Longmire and Paradise out there snowfall wise. I was in Seattle a lot for work during 2006-09 and would go up there frequently during the winter months(when it was accessible) One of those winters..maybe it was 07-08 they got crushed, even in Seattle I remember it snowing a bunch and being delayed at Sea-Tac a few times. I had a ton of pics(probably grainy) on an old blackberry I had back then, I still have it in a box somewhere, will have to see if I can dig that up.
  3. NNE Winter Thread

    My road is NHL worthy slick. Awful weekend with days of rain, what's mess. Had to zip down to Bennington and they are pretty much wiped out.didn't expect brown.
  4. February is upon us - pattern change is in order

    Looks like 40.5". 35" from synoptic and 5" Upslope. Terrain enhanced both ways Considerable terrain enhancement during the main storm occurred in the higher elevations of Berkshire and Bennington counties to push snow totals at our two high elevation WxNet 6 spotters sites on top of Woodford, MT, VT in Bennington County to 35.0" and to 40.5" on top of the mountain in Savoy, MA, Berkshire County, both 2000' + elevation locations. In Woodford, approximately 25" of snow fell from the main storm, with approximately 35" of snow @ Savoy, MA. The additional accumulations at these locations came from upslope induced snowfall which continued well into Wednesday night and early Thursday morning the 13th, after the main storm had moved east.
  5. Mid Winter Banter, Observation and General Discussion 2018

    Stole this from the upstate NY thread. This is that spotter from Redfield NY in the Tug. Over 300" this season..lol. I know, I know--most of its fake.
  6. The Pope's 'And There You Have It" SWFE Feb 7 2018

    That's just for a small path and deck, driveway gets plowed.
  7. The Pope's 'And There You Have It" SWFE Feb 7 2018

    Post storm Ginx pics
  8. NNE Winter Thread

    Refresher Friday night..
  9. The Pope's 'And There You Have It" SWFE Feb 7 2018

    It's actually been a good year for valley locations(at least here)..I'm over 70" on the season and closing in on climo average.
  10. The Pope's 'And There You Have It" SWFE Feb 7 2018

    8.6" final.
  11. The Pope's 'And There You Have It" SWFE Feb 7 2018

    Yea, no they changed over for a bit
  12. The Pope's 'And There You Have It" SWFE Feb 7 2018

    Very similar when I did a 6 hour core. Had 5.0" with .55" LE. Seems like some more high ratio stuff on the backside with some better formed dendrites. Around 7.5" give or take right now.
  13. NNE Winter Thread

    Nice man, you might score double digits. Dont think any spot in SVT will, even high up, but well see
  14. The Pope's 'And There You Have It" SWFE Feb 7 2018

    Yep, being a little south hurt in this one. But shouldn't be too bad I dont think.
  15. The Pope's 'And There You Have It" SWFE Feb 7 2018

    Yep, can see the mix line sliding SE on Dual Pol pretty clearly, could pick up a couple inches I would think as ENX radar looks pretty good NW of mix line for some nice bursts. Mix line looks like it got within a mile or two of my house..had some Pingers mix in, but mostly SN the whole time.
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