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About LakeEffectKing

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    "He tracks hurricanes blindfolded."
  • Birthday 03/10/1968

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    Liverpool, NY

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  1. Upstate/Eastern New York

    The Tues./Wed. storm really needs to be watched!!! If the energy from the quasi PV can phase/be quicker than current progs, ...watch the [email protected]@k out!!
  2. Upstate/Eastern New York

    Agreed. As much as the Tug is perfectly positioned for LES events, the eastern Dacks and Catskills are for the just offshore bombs....It's just that we've had quite of dearth of those type events over the last decade or so. They were seemingly more common in the 70's and early 80's. Gotta think there will be some "unofficial" reports nearing 4' by tomorrow morning for storm totals.....even without a slanted measuring tool.
  3. Upstate/Eastern New York

    No ****! Super intense rates out that way for a synoptic event.....3-5"/hr. I'm sure.
  4. Upstate/Eastern New York

    One last nudge to the west with the mid-level forcing....absolute sweet moisture pump from our super friendly 850mb bomb! Must be insane around Cobleskill!!!
  5. Upstate/Eastern New York

    Impressive totals in ECNY!! 13" here in Liverpool...11.5 OTG.
  6. Upstate/Eastern New York

    8.5" in Liverpool. Moderate snow.
  7. Upstate/Eastern New York

    And last year's March storm, NAM wasn't far off 36 hours out....
  8. Upstate/Eastern New York

    Check out this loop from our lovely new GOES 16...you can see "through" the cirrus, to see the old LES band over L. Ontario from last night, beginning to move south... (and getting shredded!) http://weather.cod.edu/satrad/exper/?parms=local-LakeOntario-truecolor-24-1-100
  9. Upstate/Eastern New York

    2 more inches since 12:45....so 6" total since just before 6am. Still snowing moderately with this last band swinging through...might squeak out another inch. LES might add a little overnight, but I'm not overly impressed with the potential for N. Onondaga Co. This looks more like a cherry on top event for areas west of here tonight, then to the north of us tomorrow, as the winds veer rapidly tomorrow morning.
  10. Upstate/Eastern New York

    I'm thinking that between 2:30 and about 4:30 we exceed 1"/hr. stuff, as the last band to our west moves through....with the flake size improving.
  11. Upstate/Eastern New York

    I think you're safe....or maybe a brief mix...I see you topping out at 7-9" by 10pm.
  12. Upstate/Eastern New York

    And the best forcing is just entering CNY....our heaviest snow will be from now until 4pm.
  13. Upstate/Eastern New York

    At 12:45, exactly 4.0" on the board.....I have cleared it, since I saw my first flakes at 6:45am which conforms to the "clearing no more frequently than every 6 hours" NWS guidelines.
  14. Upstate/Eastern New York

    Here in Bayberry, 2.8" as of 11:15. Rates are at their highest right now...flake size is marginal.
  15. Upstate/Eastern New York

    Tues. night/ Wed. looks like a 4-8 incher here in the SYR area and vicinity....probably closer to a foot E and SE in the hills....