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  1. Who stole your log on? That makes perfect sense.
  2. Get 'er on out. No use for it now.
  3. Dusting. Sticking to everything. Pretty good flakes.
  4. It's tossed because you're in a severe drought. Makes your readings inaccurate.
  5. Blowing pretty good. Got me thinking it hasn't been a very windy month.
  6. Could you feel that touch of spring in the air Tuesday afternoon? Indeed, the sun this time of year is strong enough that even on a day that stays in the 40s, it still feels different — full of hope and promise. When this winter finally is over it will have been marked mostly by the pandemic, but also of a February which brought cold and snow the likes of which we haven’t seen since 2015. While Boston’s snow this month has been near average, other areas just west of the city have seen a top 10 snowy February with well over 30 inches! https://www.bostonglobe.com/2021/02/23/metro/mild-weather-is-way-this-week-spring-approaches/
  7. All rain here hoping we can get rid of some of this pack. This was yesterday https://youtu.be/jYngW3s-6JY
  8. Why don't you see if you can win your money back on your no more snow call from last year?
  9. I'm up for Morch. Dry and warm would be nice. Kind of a spring training for the Taunton boys to start worrying about water tables.
  10. What's left on the roof . Picture taken today. Most was from 2/1.
  11. Sherborn did well 2/1 although less than southborough. Probably around 14 or 15. I'm located probably 2 mi from the holliston border. Thanks for all your great information. Much appreciated.
  12. What's your estimate for Sherborn / Holliston?
  13. This one looks to be around another week I would imagine.
  14. Figures I just cleared the driveway and now it decides to snow. Will, I've been meaning to ask. When was the last time we had a pack this deep for this long?
  15. Trying to decide if I should be bothered to even remove this stuff. It's going to be warm next week right?
  16. Looks like about the same as everyone else about an inch and a half.
  17. Broad moist SW flow aloft along the Eastern Seaboard with multiple short waves/speed maxes within the flow, will overrun cold dome at the surface across MA/RI/CT, with temps in the 20s and dew pts in the single digits. However with mid level flow very sheared/limited cyclonic curvature, surface frontal waves sliding south of New England are of low amplitude and elongated. This also results in 850 mb jet/CCB well offshore, along with its attending thermal and moisture advection. The net result is a long duration of mainly light snow beginning this afternoon and continuing into Fri evening.