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LakeEffectKing

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About LakeEffectKing

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

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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
    KSYR
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  • Location:
    Liverpool, NY

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  1. LakeEffectKing

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Not surprising....you're directly under the convergence zone/line....the prime spot!!!
  2. LakeEffectKing

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    I posted this a quite awhile back....as a visual aid:
  3. LakeEffectKing

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Many times, when a band is moving (in this case it drifted south), the heaviest snows will be located on the edge, where the convergence zone is, opposite of motion with respect to the radar depiction. (In this case, on the northern 1/3 of the radar returns) sometimes, you will see high reflectivities over your head (800-1200 feet) but the flakes at that level are being drawn into the convergence zone (in this case, just to your north!!)
  4. LakeEffectKing

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Thundersnow reported by Channel 9 Syracuse, around Adams Center, around 5:15am. Barnes Corners must be getting walloped with 3-5" rates, I'd presume.... The band will settle a few more miles south, then shift north after 12-14z.....then slowly back south (a bit further into central Oswego Co. by late evening/ overnight.)...and then contract back to the lake by Friday morning. I think 3+ feet, 5 miles either side of a line from Adams Center to Montague, is very likely.
  5. LakeEffectKing

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    In Liverpool (Bayberry development): 11am - 6pm Saturday: 2.7" 6pm - Midnight: 3.5" Midnight - 6am: 5.5" Storm Total So Far: 11.7"
  6. LakeEffectKing

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Well, to our south is nice, but the real McCoy with this system will be the deep moisture in place, as the lower and upper jet dynamics team up for some sick ascent.
  7. LakeEffectKing

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Looks like we have our ramping up of deep ascent. Returns all over NE Ohio/PA/NY are rapidly filling/increasing.... ….Our atmospheric "chimney" is now in full working order!
  8. LakeEffectKing

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Well, the visibilities were pretty low at times....I'd wager that the band may have approached 2"/hr. at times....I could see 14" or so....but whatever....
  9. LakeEffectKing

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    The UL jet to our W and NW will get cranking shortly. (Up to 210 mph!!! (180 kts.)) Returns will explode, especially after 10pm...
  10. LakeEffectKing

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Yeah, I've had various flake sizes over the last 3 hours. Typical during the overrunning of an approaching storm. All this snow from earlier, until about 7 or 8 o'clock is just gravy. The dynamic fun starts in 3-5 hours!!!!
  11. LakeEffectKing

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Ahhhhh....to be 20 something again...… Just under 2" in L'pool. Snow in various intensities and flake size.
  12. LakeEffectKing

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Especially with this storm. Much like LES, the ratios will be relatively high...so settling will be amplified vs. normal 8-10:1 ratios.....
  13. LakeEffectKing

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Well, I think we recognize and want to hide our "nerdiness" of our "over-the-top-obsession" wrt snow....so some of us lift, lol!!
  14. LakeEffectKing

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Sure...but go big or go home, lol.... 51 never felt better!!!
  15. LakeEffectKing

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Getting "jacked" for the storm (then I'll recommense Svedka, lol!!)
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