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  1. Giants trying to steal all the bills lol He could also get promoted by buffalo.. NFL Rumors: Ken Dorsey Eyed by Giants, Bills for OC Job After Brian Daboll's Move
  2. Giants expected to hire Bills OC Brian daboll to be next head coach..
  3. GFS for Wed night.. Snow-mix and back to snow.. Tightrope for sure lol But it's 100+ hours out..
  4. As it stands right now it looks like the potential for a light-moderate event on Sunday/Sunday night..
  5. Little change as it still looks like we will see a brief reprieve from the cold during this period. Tuesday expect somewhat mild conditions (30s to low 40s) but mainly dry weather. Although, we might see a few snow showers with the warm front tied to the low approaching James Bay. Tuesday evening, its cold front will then approach the Lower Lakes with increasing chances of rain and/or snow showers. After that, there remains a lot of uncertainty where the cold front will hang up and then direct several waves across the eastern Great Lakes. Have leaned on a model blend with p-type as a mix of rain and snow as of right now from Wednesday through Thursday night. A lot will ride on where the 850 hPa thermal gradient sets up and then the track of the sfc lows. Stay tuned! Friday it appears that we will again turn colder as an Arctic air mass filters in for the start of the weekend.
  6. Tonight the rangers are retiring the"king" Henrik Lundqvist jersey. The 11th in franchise history..
  7. Yeah definitely.. Going to come down to the strength and placement of the Western Atlantic ridge as well as the Strong HP dropping south.. Should have some wintry somewhere in the middle lol
  8. Well 10" is better than nada lol Euro actually starts WNY(kbuf) as snow Wed before changing over as the stronger wave comes right over us verbatim..
  9. Nice man, I remember you telling me you grew up in Monmouth..I used to walk the Henry Hudson trail in that area..In-laws live in freehold but I grew up in Jackson and Staten island..
  10. In-laws down in Monmouth county NJ have a blizzard warning.. Not an all timer but solid event, at least for there... BLIZZARD WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 7 PM THIS EVENING TO 7 PM EST SATURDAY... * WHAT...Blizzard conditions expected. Total snow accumulations of 8 to 15 inches. Winds gusting as high as 50 mph. * WHERE...The coastal counties of New Jersey, and coastal sections of Sussex County in Delaware. * WHEN...From 7 PM this evening to 7 PM EST Saturday. * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult to impossible. Areas of blowing snow could significantly reduce visibility. Gusty winds could bring down tree branches. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Snow is expected to begin on Friday evening, with snow becoming heavy after midnight. The most likely time for blizzard conditions is late Friday night through midday Saturday. Blizzard conditions are primarily expected at or within a few miles from the coast. Snow will wind down Saturday afternoon.
  11. Rgem always does right by me lol Meanwhile a weakening Clipper type low moves into the central Great Lakes. This will cause winds to slowly back later Saturday night through Sunday night as high pressure departs to the southeast and weak Clipper system slides by to our southwest during this time period. With 850Ts remaining well into the negative teens C, the combination of additional moisture associated with the weak surface low and an upper trough moving into the region will be enough to re- ignite the lake effect machine with lake effect snow showers developing east of Lake Erie and southeast of Lake Ontario Saturday night. As winds continue to slowly back with time, lake effect snow showers will be directed northeast of the Lake Erie and east of Lake Ontario by Sunday afternoon. Lake effect snow will eventually locate itself northeast of Lake Ontario as well by later Sunday night into Monday morning before activity off both lakes dissipates as main upper level trough axis moves east of our area and winds shift to the south bringing in warmer air aloft. There will likely be at least minor accumulations associated with the lake bands, however exact timing, strength and placement are still somewhat in question at this time. Weak flow will also limit the inland extent of the bands. Outside of the main lake effect activity, mainly dry conditions are expected.
  12. Some changes in model consensus toward the mid and latter part of the work week with regards to the anticipated warmup. Next cold front either stalls over or just east of the area sometime Tuesday night or Wednesday bringing the chance of rain and snow showers with it. With the further eastward progression of the cold front and precipitation, high temps on Wednesday will be held down some from earlier thinking with mainly upper 30s to lower 40s. Model consensus has also shifted the track of the next low pressure system a bit further east, now taking it very near or right over NYS. This would not only bring likely chances for rain and snow, but also keep highs on Thursday from reaching no higher than the the 40s. Still plenty of uncertainty so stay tuned.
  13. Getting some"steady* snow here but the good stuff is just to the north, Canadian guidance keeps it mostly intact on its way south, hoping to wake up to a few inches..
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