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OSUmetstud

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  1. There was a lot of strikes near Welland early this morning with the superband, none on BUF/IAG side that I saw.
  2. Highest report I can find so far is 17.3" in Kenmore 0.3 ESE Cocorahs.
  3. It was, but it doesn't agree with the Cocorahs gauges this morning. There was an hourly report of almost 1" of liquid.
  4. Pretty convinced the niagara escarpment will end up the winner overall. The banding there lingers longer than anywhere else.
  5. There probably will be a blizzard right at the lakeshore. I've seen that in Oswego when I lived there too but from what I've seen BUF wouldn't issue a blizzard warning unless the conditions were more widespread than that. This storm doesn't have really cold air and high pressure on its nw flank to get really strong winds during the heaviest snowfall.
  6. Yeah I'd think so...obviously it can go too far if it really moves se.
  7. Yeah there's more of a squeeze as the ov shortwave is coming in from the northwest. You can see the se movement from the Toronto decrease and Rochester increase.
  8. That's not where the increase occurred. It's because you dryslotted less in the initial heavier qpf part. The se upper level low and surface low was bodily a bit further southeast.
  9. Possibly. Here is the nam3km at buf with steep 3 to 6km lapse rates of 7.1 c/km.
  10. These algorithms seem a little too keen on mixing on the rdps to me. These soundings look like snow to me.
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