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  1. Radar is looking absolutely beefy right now. The southern coastal component is ramping up quickly and it is big time snow in Virginia and starting to crank up in Pennsylvania. All a question of if it can sustain and build upon the structure later today.
  2. Here in the Boston area we have been so starved for a snow event... it has literally been years since the last decent snowstorm, far too much rain and ice versus feet of drifts of snow, just like my childhood. A small part of me is still worried about a bust but this could be real nice for a large area of SE NE
  3. Oh my I am disbelieving yet so, so tantalized... like an exotic spice
  4. The storm looks to be getting increasingly deeper and slower right around hook of cape cod on the HRRR. I think this could be a beating
  5. Any hope for us Boston folk or is this looking to be a torching slushfest the whole way through?
  6. When barely any precipitation falls the entire winter on a good chunk of NE, gradients mean jack
  7. Wouldn't be suprised if Iota is well into category 1 range right now. Looks absolutely formidable, and that curved band is something to witness
  8. This will absolutely ruin the end of any hurricane season. Just because these storms happened, we will all be expecting similar late season activity, and be disappointed when it inevitablely isn't the same. That, or climate change really is leading to more active hurricane seasons.
  9. Cloud tops are colder than even some of the strongest WPAC storms
  10. I'll go 890 and 160kt. Someone's gotta do it
  11. In Boston and it is accumulating somewhat on the streets and sidewalks and coming down at a heavy pace, pretty suprised as I was expecting to torch here
  12. Is there a reason that the WPAC basin doesn't really have recon missions from any agency like we do in the Atlantic/Pacific? Lack of funding?