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  1. 1/4 Mega Bomb obs.

    4.5-5 inches in Belle Mead
  2. 1/4 Mega Bomb obs.

    2.5-3 inches here in Belle Mead NJ....
  3. Jan 4th 2018 Fish Bomb

    is there a reason why...what is the difference between the two, one is more reliable?
  4. Jan 4th 2018 Fish Bomb

    no matter how many runs people wish this to come west it continues to shunt east at the most critical time....I think we are getting consistency in whats going on and what this storm wants to do. Its only going to go so far west
  5. Winter 2017-18 banter thread

    does this site have a virus....got one of those phony alerts on my phone earlier and the other day and then yesterday on my computer...can anyone help?
  6. 12/15 -16 /17 Sneaky Coastal

    just about over here...a bit more than 1.25 inches
  7. 12/15 -16 /17 Sneaky Coastal

    had some heavier snows but now a little less...gettng close to an inch here
  8. 12/15 -16 /17 Sneaky Coastal

    back edge in nw jersey light snow about a quarter inch here
  9. 12/15 -16 /17 Sneaky Coastal

    wow that early, I thought it was going to be overnight into Sat
  10. 12/15 -16 /17 Sneaky Coastal

    what is the timeframe for this if it happens?
  11. Potent Clipper light snows (Discussion & Observations)

    what is the timeframe for this clipper
  12. December 9th 2017 Crusha Obs

    ~2.5 on grass and now really starting to stick to pavement in Belle Mead...from the last half hour on we have had our heaviest rates
  13. December 9th 2017 Crusha Obs

    seeing that drier wedge on radar in south jersey
  14. December 9th 2017 Crusha Obs

    really trouble sticking to paved surfaces here...along the edges of parking lot and parts of sidewalk have spotty accumulations but the marginal temps and changing intensity rate is limiting paved surface sticking
  15. December 9th 2017 Crusha Obs

    Mt Holly Well, we are having quite the fight with dry air across most of the region now. Dewpoints are coming in much lower to support the majority of modeling which is already verifying on the wet side for locations away from the coast. Banding may help the snow start sooner at some locations with one just west of the Philadelphia metro now and another which brought visibilities down fairly quickly at Atlantic City last hour with a dusting on the ground. The snow/rain(sleet) line is currently from Georgetown DE into Cape May NJ. Given the trends, QPF and snowfall have both been lowered through the early afternoon and pops trimmed back quite a bit through the morning. A look to why this is occuring is a decent amount of FGEN forcing offshore in association with convective development. In essence, the thunderstorms offshore are robbing our region of more moisture coming into play. I don`t want to take products down too hastily this morning, but that is definitely a possibility as we progress through the morning given the continued drying trend. Many areas look dry for much of the morning now. The one change made with products for the mid-morning update was to downgrade counties from Salem to northwest Burlington along I-295 from a warning to an