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    Wilmington, MA

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  1. Greg

    June 2019 Discussion

    I haven't been on here since this past Winter but great to hear from you. But yes, I agree. I fear this Summer will be exactly like this past Winter (Book Ended). The begining, which is now and the end around Late August Early September. By then Fall is around the corner in a good couple of weeks. As I alluded to in my post this will kinda, sorta be one of our traditional wetter Summers with breaks of Sun with Temps mostly in the 70's and 80's. I don't see wide spread 80's and 90's with wall to wall sunshine which some on this board (Not ME) would like to see.
  2. Greg

    June 2019 Discussion

    It will take a while for these ocean temps to warm up around these parts with these types of temperatures for the Summer. Unless you have the majority of temperatures this Summer = Hazey, Hot and Humid for the most part, the water temps will really lag until late July, more likely early August.
  3. Greg

    March Disco

    Usually most people follow winter from November 1st through March 31st, at least in my neck of the woods.
  4. Greg

    The Little Storm That Could - March 3/4

    It may have ben an error where they meant to type "15.7" and not the "25.7" you see.
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    The Little Storm That Could - March 3/4

    It's pretty damned crazy isn't it!
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    The Little Storm That Could - March 3/4

    I know for sure he measures at the end, which is good for the most part but where the person is measuring in Winthrope needs to be way more representable for the Boston Metro Proper. As discussed many times on this board, Boston Common seems to be the most reasonable and representable place.
  7. Greg

    The Little Storm That Could - March 3/4

    That's not a harbor island, that's a fishing boat!
  8. Greg

    The Little Storm That Could - March 3/4

    I believe you. I think now that most who are in the "know" understand to let it settle if not measure it every 12-24 hours like many did before the 1995/1996 winter. Elevation and mesoscale features that you indicate here however can create these types of deviations. Not large deviations but somewhat noticeable as you have observed.
  9. Greg

    The Little Storm That Could - March 3/4

    Definately a relatively sharp cutoff outside the main 12-16" band in and around the area.
  10. Greg

    The Little Storm That Could - March 3/4

    That foot that was on the field (My uncle is airport manager there) probably is the truth at the waters edge before any settling. So yes, the 12" amount is probably the truth but will the official books call it? We'll see.
  11. Greg

    The Little Storm That Could - March 3/4

    Like I said last night as the storm was coming, "This was a good one in the making!" Enjoy it guys, we sure needed this!
  12. Greg

    The Little Storm That Could - March 3/4

    I know from the 7AM snow reports from Burlington, MA got 13.4", Reading 13.0" (Ryan). So I'm not sure if we can squeezed out another inch until the storm end but we'll see. It's absolutely awsome that the heart of our viewing area got nailed like this. This is what the winter should have been like starting December 3-4th instead of March 3-4th.
  13. Greg

    The Little Storm That Could - March 3/4

    Not sure I totally agree with that statement. I've see many benchmark storms with a cold High pressure in place have a heavy snow swath track that extends from Worcester, east northeast to 128, Boston and the immediate North Shore down to where Scott is, Weymouth (Immediate South Shore). But in terms of the banding structure of the storm is a whole other story.
  14. Greg

    The Little Storm That Could - March 3/4

    That does look a little more jucy. I wonder if there will be a 10-13" ribbon somewhere in there according to that model. If so, it would go from a general direction from NW CT through Worcester to just north of Boston to Bedford MA. Just to the south of Boston around Weymouth has a little ocean enhancement.
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