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JJBASHB

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  • Birthday 11/09/1987

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    Manchester, Nh

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  1. 4 to 8 was a really good call by Ray. I was thinking 3 to 6 and thought that was aggresive for this far north. Respect the mid levels.
  2. Jan 4-6 Coastal Bomb

    Looks like the two lead pieces of energy phase well to the south. Then a third dives in and acts as a kicker, hence the stall and drift east.
  3. Fall Banter & General Discussion/Observations

    Obligatory Ashburnham pic
  4. Fall Banter & General Discussion/Observations

    First flakes in Ashburnham per a friend.
  5. NNE Summer Thread

    That's going to be a grueling hike. Katahdin is a great one to start with, I like it the best so far. It's intimidating. The Franconia Ridge loop is a close second. I haven't been hiking as much this summer so I'm looking forward to it, hopefully the weather cooperates. A decent severe outbreak would be nice before the end of summer too, but not that weekend please...
  6. NNE Summer Thread

    My friends and I are hiking Katahdin on the 19th. This is the second year for us. Last year we hiked up from Katahdin stream/Hunt trail, this year it's the knifes edge(hopefully). It's such an awesome mountain .
  7. Summer Banter & General Discussion/Observations

    I wish backdoors had a similar appeal during the winter months. Say you wake up to temperatures well below zero and a biting north west wind. Then, just as the NAM and GFS advertised, the wind flips north east and it warms up to the mid and upper 50s with fog and mist. Making it a much more comfortable and enjoyable day. I'd definitely detest them a lot less if that were the case.
  8. Convective Thread

    In Keene?
  9. Spring Banter & General Discussion/Observations

    That's what was happening to me. It's frustrating.
  10. Spring Banter & General Discussion/Observations

    Wiz, are you connected to wifi or are you using mobile data? It won't load on my phone either unless I'm connected to my home wifi.
  11. Feb 9th Coastal Obs

    Ugh, I'm jealous, almost looks like evening in Ashburnham right now
  12. Feb 9th Coastal Obs

    On the north side of Manchester. Just to the east of the heaviest most of the morning, now just north of the heaviest. Like ocean said, it goes between individual dendritic to clusters. No good spot to measure now but there has to be close to a foot of low density fluff. Parents estimate 12" on the western side of Ashburnham.
  13. Feb 9th Coastal Obs

    Congrats on the thundersnow. Nice to see the Pioneer Valley/Western Mass/Springfield getting a big storm. Heavy snow in MHT. The drive home from work this morning was tough. Glad a lot of people are staying home today.
  14. Jan 31 st/Feb 1st Clipper Obs

    Sn-, about 0.5" at work in Fitchburg. Round two looks decent right now out by Albany.
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