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NorthShoreWx

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  1. 23z HRRR really hitting the CAA hard. Has temps here already in the mid teens before noon on Friday with single digits just north.
  2. If the core of the coldest air was displaced a little farther to the SW, we'd be looking at forecasts of -10. From that perspective, it's a near miss, but not a miss to our northeast. Basically right in line with the tradition that the coldest eastern outbreaks of my lifetime have either centered to the northeast or the southwest.
  3. The February 1943 cold spell wasn't in and out as fast as this one, but there are some parallels: YEAR Mon Day Precip Max Min Snowfall snowdepth 1943 2 11 0.42 51 28 0.1 0 1943 2 12 0 32 21 0 0 1943 2 13 0.62 39 25 3.4 2 1943 2 14 0 30 5 0 2 1943 2 15 0 8 -8 0 2 1943 2 16 0 22 4 0 1 1943 2 17 0.02 32 18 0.2 1 1943 2 18 0 30 12 0 1 1943 2 19 0 48 27 0 0 1943 2 20 0 63 40 0 0 1943 2 21 0 60 47 0 0 1943 2 22 0 61 40 0 0 1943 2 23 0 61 45 0 0 1943 2 24 0.11 62 39 0 0 Note: this was back in the days when the weather bureau bothered to record 0.1" snowfalls on rainy days.
  4. I've been slightly amused at all of the bets placed (figuratively) around here on an outcome that has never happened before. That's some high rolling.
  5. This winter is a continuation of the pattern of the past decade. The north shore has had twice as much snow as Central Park. On a more serious, yet equally frivolous note, 0.4" here this morning. Same as the park.
  6. Sounds like you and your lawn are green with envy.
  7. 0.3" snowfall in Smithtown this morning. Brings the season total to a whopping 0.9"
  8. Starting to coat the street and driveways now. January shutout avoided.
  9. 32⁰ with light snow falling. Snow has gotten a little heavier and there is a light coating on unpaved surfaced. Judging from radar, we are about to avoid a January shutout. It's the little things in life...
  10. The DJF thought occurred to me after I posted, but for some reason I couldn't edit the post from my phone. The trend line did look reasonable.
  11. My understanding is that since 2015 is has reverted back and it's supposed to be the peak depth of accumulated new snow in a 24 hour period. I recognize that may not be happening at at least some airports, but the apples to crabapples comparison also applies within the set of contemporary snowfall measurements.
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