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WesterlyWx

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About WesterlyWx

  • Birthday 09/08/1994

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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
    KBUF
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  • Location:
    West Seneca,NY

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  1. WesterlyWx

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Snowing all day at my job in East Concord at 1600 ft. Sticking to grass/trees/rooftops ect. too..
  2. WesterlyWx

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Some 70+ dbz returns making their way into Chautauqua County now. If they can hold together there should be some absolute gully washers and some decent sized hail.
  3. WesterlyWx

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Half a dusting here lmfao.
  4. WesterlyWx

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Basically the exact opposite of the NWS map, at least for WNY. NWS has less than an inch north of BUF while 3k has 6-8"... I could see us getting a sloppy coating or a solid 4"-5" paste job.
  5. WesterlyWx

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Anyone have the most recent Euro run? Been awful quiet in here since yesterday. Other models seem to be on board for a few sloppy inches tomorrow night into Sunday.
  6. WesterlyWx

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    1" BUF, 2" ROC, 5" SYR my call.
  7. WesterlyWx

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Snowpack is completely gone here. Nothing but piles leftover in the parking lots. Amazing how much better retention you guys have over there even at lower elevations compared to WNY.
  8. WesterlyWx

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    69 degrees and full sunshine. Well almost certainly hit 70 before the rain moves in. Can’t say it doesn’t feel absolutley fantastic. If it’s not gonna snow, might as well be this. Couldn’t ask for a more perfect day.
  9. WesterlyWx

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Woke to a surprise 3.3” of pure fluff. Awesome. Puts me over 110” on the season.
  10. WesterlyWx

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Beautiful band just fired up and barely moving. Only thing is it is 1/2 mile to my south, I can literally go to the other end of my dead end street and it’s a whiteout while I have flurries...
  11. WesterlyWx

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Looks like about 3.5-4” of new fluff at my job in southern OP. Nice pack on the ground too, probably close to a foot.
  12. WesterlyWx

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Blitzed for about 30-40 minutes here. Picked up exactly 1" in that time frame. If only it could have lasted a few hours but oh well, better than nothing which is exactly what I expected. Congrats to those east of Lake Ontario who look like they are getting raked right now! Matt, I truly hope you find a job in any of the places you are looking for (hopefully the snowiest of the towns lol!). It would really stink to lose your contributions on this board and stinks you still haven't been able to be in a Great Lake effect event yet. I hope everything works out okay for you and your family.
  13. WesterlyWx

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    I also find it fascinating that we are above average for snowfall even with the amount of cutters we’ve had and what has seemed like and endless crap pattern overall. I feel for you folks away from the lakes who haven’t had the benefit of lake effect which is probably what 75% + of my seasonal snowfall is...
  14. WesterlyWx

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    We got extremely lucky in January that we had that 3 week stretch with 70”. If not for that we’d be so far below average it would be 11-12 all over again. I know this winter is not over yet but I’d give this winter a C+ to B-. Got off to a rocking start in November with early lake effect snow and brutal arctic cold near Thanksgiving giving Buffalo the coldest Thanksgiving ever and then winter took quite a break in December and the first week in January before coming back with a blitzing Vengance near mid January with several lake effect events and the blizzard which was like Jan 14 all over again followed by a very windy few weeks including the hurricane force wind gust a couple weeks ago and now getting consistent small snowfalls and anaomolously cold weather for March this week. Can’t complain when I’m roughly a few inches above my entire seasonal average in early March but my biggest gripe about this winter has been the lack of consistent cold to build a nice snowpack. Seems we never stayed cold enough to build a nice pack even when we got the 70” in 3 weeks in January we never had a snowpack above 20” and even that only lasted a couple days as we had thaws in between significant lake effect events. If we can manage a whopper (12”+) before this season is over than I’ll slide this winter up into the B+/A- range.
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