wxsniss

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  1. Your call on DNN a few weeks back was spot on
  2. What was the trigger today? Wary of falling for the reddit financial flash mob again...
  3. Euro struggled with 2nd portion of storm, even counting for higher ratios
  4. A subset of SNE totals... generally 4-7" ORH east: KBOS 5.7 / East Boston 6.5 / Charlestown 7.1 / Dorcester 7.0 As many expected, jack was Milton 7.3: ...Suffolk County... Charlestown 7.1 1127 PM 2/19 General Public Dorchester 7.0 1113 PM 2/19 Ham Radio West Roxbury 6.8 1031 PM 2/19 Ham Radio East Boston 6.5 1045 PM 2/19 General Public Roslindale 6.0 1010 PM 2/19 Public Logan AP 5.7 1215 AM 2/20 Airport Chelsea 5.6 1105 PM 2/19 Trained Spotter Allston 5.4 1140 PM 2/19 Broadcast Media ...Plymouth County... Whitman 7.2 1237 AM 2/20 Trained Spotter Rockland 6.0 1100 PM 2/19 Trained Spotter Middleboro 5.1 1158 PM 2/19 Ham Radio ...Norfolk County... Milton 7.3 1121 PM 2/19 Trained Spotter Westwood 7.0 1000 PM 2/19 Public Weymouth 6.6 1144 PM 2/19 Public 2 W Walpole 6.0 1218 AM 2/20 Public Walpole 5.5 1000 PM 2/19 NWS Employee Sharon 5.5 827 PM 2/19 Trained Spotter Randolph 5.3 1030 PM 2/19 Trained Spotter Millis 5.0 1002 PM 2/19 Trained Spotter Foxboro 5.0 1133 PM 2/19 NWS Employee ...Worcester County... Northbridge 6.0 1053 PM 2/19 General Public Fitchburg 5.1 920 PM 2/19 Co-Op Observer Lunenburg 5.1 918 PM 2/19 Trained Spotter Worcester 4.9 1028 PM 2/19 CWO Worcester AP 4.9 1216 AM 2/20 Airport ...Barnstable County... Marstons Mills 4.7 1244 AM 2/20 Ham Radio west harwich 3.8 416 PM 2/19 Ham Radio Barnstable 3.6 855 PM 2/19 NWS Employee ...Essex County... Topsfield 6.0 952 PM 2/19 Public Peabody 5.5 830 PM 2/19 Public Swampscott 5.0 1000 PM 2/19 Public Ipswich 5.0 951 PM 2/19 Trained Spotter ...Middlesex County... Wilmington 6.5 1151 PM 2/19 Public West Newton 6.2 1107 PM 2/19 General Public Framingham 5.5 1027 PM 2/19 General Public CONNECTICUT ...Hartford County... Burlington 4.5 802 PM 2/19 Trained Spotter Collinsville 4.0 853 PM 2/19 General Public South Windsor 4.0 1112 PM 2/19 Trained Spotter North Granby 3.7 756 PM 2/19 Trained Spotter West Hartford 3.5 853 PM 2/19 Broadcast Media RHODE ISLAND ...Kent County... TF Green AP 6.7 1215 AM 2/20 Airport ...Providence County... East Providence 4.5 1000 PM 2/19 Public Providence 3.0 1100 PM 2/19 Public
  5. Hard to see how KBOS is not over 6" given 4.5" at 7pm and best returns of the event 8-10pm... What a fun event. Not a blockbuster, but still had its own charm. Guidance was actually pretty decent... we were guarded after Tuesday's debacle but guidance actually verified pretty well. The other thing that threw people off: Euro was simply not good on this. Not a good winter in general for it. Robust solutions on GFS / UK / RGEM proved correct in handling the reinvigorated low Thurs-Fri. Just looking at 12z Wednesday guidance... best guidance: NAM, RGEM, GFS, UK GFS father > v16, though too robust in northeast MA up into southeast NH/ME
  6. HRRR and RAP nailed it Best steady rates of the event underway now in Boston metro and will probably continue through 10pm Very likely KBOS breaks 6" from 4.5" at 7pm
  7. 23z HRRR has flakes in the air at least until midnight for BOS Verbatim another 2-3" for Boston metro, highest south shore with spots 4" Best rates for Boston metro between 7-10pm and radar supports that
  8. Isn't it the opposite...? I could be wrong but I thought it was upper level clouds seeding and enhancing lower level OES cells? I had posted this last night:
  9. 21z HRRR continues 2-3", spot 4" additional in Boston area, especially south shore Best stuff 6-10pm Upstream reports in western MA and CT are promising
  10. 19z HRRR bumped up from 18z... another 3-4" in Boston area Maybe a little salvation for all those burned on 2/1
  11. Definitely has helped accums and wintry appeal that we’ve hovered 29-30F... a tick cooler than forecast CF has barely budged all day
  12. I was just about to comment about that... Very pulsatile... fluctuates between nothing to moderate in minutes... on radar, makes me wonder if the cellular OES echoes are the main mechanism for the heavier snow
  13. Amazing to see that efficient accumulation on roads in that photo of Morrissey by 93 Just a few miles away, good rates but we're very slow to accumulate on black asphalt. Accumulating great on unplowed and all other surfaces. Widespread 3"+ with pockets to 6" in eastern SNE when all is said and done. Feels like winter, and not a terrible event relative to how much we've been shafted.
  14. 18z HRRR and RAP both put down another 2-3" in same areas it's been snowing all morning, most in same areas it's been snowing all morning For the asphalt accumulation concerns, about half that comes after 5pm