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  1. Gfs has a quick hitter around day 6...... 1-3" stats padder.Just consider it an appetizer while we wait for the 1958 March 20th Redux.
  2. Anyone have Ukmet surface for hour 120 - 144. It looks better organized then Gfs for something possible mid week . Verbatim a 1004 low east of us ...probably light stuff if anything but I'm bored and stranded on the side of the road in Hunt valley lol.
  3. losetoa6

    February Banter 2019

    My old reliable( 360,000 mi.) Toyota Tacoma work truck finally broke down and left me stranded for the first time in 19 years . It was a good run while it lasted
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    Mid Atlantic Snow Totals Winter 2018-19

    2018/19] 7.6" 11/15. 2018 .30" 1/7 3.4" 1/13 2.1" 1/17 2.0" 1/19 3.5" 1/29 .30" 1/30. -- squall line 2.8" 2/1 *(11 degrees at start) 5.3" 2/11 2/12 4.8" 2/20 ____ 32.1" total
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    2/19-20 Winter Storm Observations

    My guess is 41 mby..final call ...lol
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    February Discobs 2019

    For Friday night from Sterling Off and on rain will likely continue across central VA through Friday before rain starts spreading northward Fri night as isentropic lift increases above shallow cool air dome. As high pressure builds north of the region, sfc temperatures may drop below freezing late Fri night and Sat morning with light freezing rain possible mainly north of I-70 and I-68 and across the Appalachians. Confidence on some ice accumulation across those areas is beginning to increase and will include in the HWO this morning. Then, rain becomes more widespread and heavier Sat afternoon and night as heights aloft begin to fall ahead of strengthening cyclone across the middle of the country and warm front begins to advance north. Some flooding is possible due to combined rain and snowmelt, but overall guidance trended with significantly less QPF than 12-24 hrs ago. Still time left to monitor flood potential and wait for better agreement among guidance.
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    2/19-20 Winter Storm Observations

    Measured over .20" ice accretion this morning.
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    2/19-20 Winter Storm Observations

    Yep...CCCCAD wedge is still alive lol. Below freezing still .Its a glacier palace ...EJ would be proud .
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    2/19-20 Winter Storm Observations

    Latest Gfs says not getting out of the upper 30s here tomorrow . I wouldn't mind keeping my snowpack for a few days. Currently 30 with some moderate zrain that just went through
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    2/19-20 Winter Storm Observations

    Yea...I was guilty back in the late 80s of bombing Baltimore city MTA busses from elevated surfaces with snowballs ....I'm not proud of it .. Peer pressure ...
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    2/19-20 Winter Storm Observations

    Totally agree man...real nice event today ...its been a pretty decent winter imo. Lots of Trackable events spaced fairly close since early Jan . I think it keeps going through March .
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    2/19-20 Winter Storm Observations

    Sterling mentions a chance of Zrain Late Friday night early Saturday. Quick peek at guidance shows a mini Cad wedge Saturday..not very strong by any means but there . Currently 30 ...and becoming a glacier here
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    2/19-20 Winter Storm Observations

    WSW extended to 1 am . URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE National Weather Service Baltimore MD/Washington DC 855 PM EST Wed Feb 20 2019 MDZ005-006-503>507-VAZ506-210600- /O.EXT.KLWX.WS.W.0006.000000T0000Z-190221T0600Z/ Carroll-Northern Baltimore-Northwest Montgomery- Central and Southeast Montgomery-Northwest Howard- Central and Southeast Howard-Northwest Harford-Eastern Loudoun- 855 PM EST Wed Feb 20 2019 ...WINTER STORM WARNING NOW IN EFFECT UNTIL 1 AM EST THURSDAY... * WHAT...Areas of freezing rain and freezing drizzle. Total ice accumulations of one tenth to one quarter of an inch. * WHERE...Portions of north central Maryland and northern Virginia. * WHEN...Until 1 AM EST Thursday. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Travel will be difficult. The combined weight of snow, sleet and freezing rain could result in downed branches and isolated power outages. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... A Winter Storm Warning means significant amounts of snow, sleet and ice will make travel very hazardous or impossible. When venturing outside, watch your first few steps taken on steps, sidewalks, and driveways, which could be icy and slippery, increasing your risk of a fall and injury.
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