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  1. tmagan

    May 2018 General Discussion

    Impressive mid-level swirl with the complex over SE IA.
  2. Islip, NY has just observed nine inches of snow in two hours, something you see in the great lake effect bands.
  3. 1) Arctic air has been absent from the region since mid January 2) Central Park March months with ten or more inches of snow are rare
  4. Have they used any this year?
  5. I think it will be much closer to 3".
  6. Also, I'd look for a top ten wettest March in Central Park.
  7. CPC has a 40% chance of above normal temperatures in March. I think it is pretty much a lock of an above normal mean March temperatures.
  8. Happened around December 30th in the winter of 1989 - 1990, which is pretty similar to this winter without the snow.
  9. That is a bit of a misnomer. You can snow in late March/early April with a cold core upper level low overhead which brings the cold air downward while surrounding areas are above freezing. For reference, the early April Long Island snowfall a few years ago.
  10. tmagan

    Jan 29/30 storm threat

    I noticed this too, common with any coastal low.
  11. tmagan

    1/16-17 Anafrontal/Coastal Low Snows Disco/Obs

    I think three to five inches for Manhattan is too much, I'd say one to two inches on grassy surfaces only.
  12. tmagan

    1/4 Mega Bomb obs.

    It looks like the buoy is gusting to 80 mph now.
  13. tmagan

    1/4 Mega Bomb obs.

    I see gusts, but not sustained.
  14. tmagan

    Jan 4th 2018 Fish Bomb

    Boston should be just northwest of the coastal front and therefore be in the sweet spot.