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TugHillMatt

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  1. TugHillMatt

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Nice looking map! I like... Bummer for you folks along the Lake Plains...
  2. TugHillMatt

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    I think Freak telling everybody to calm down is hilarious. You are a bit animated, buddy...can tell from the short time I have been on here. :P Love your passion though. Waiting for it start here on the Tug. With the snow and cold we have had the past week, there is a nice frozen base to build upon.
  3. TugHillMatt

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    They sure did. Woke up way too early because my internal clock said it was time to check the new nws discussion...and model runs...and the forum... Oh, the excitement of the first region-wide snow storm. We now enter the season of sleepless nights...especially where I live! Lol
  4. TugHillMatt

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Think about it in terms of a full 360 degree circle. Any flow between 181 and 270 degrees would be a SW to W wind direction. A flow between 270 and 359 degrees would be a west to northwest flow. 180 is directly from the south, 270 is directly from the west, and 360 is directly north.
  5. TugHillMatt

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Many people I have met in Oswego county...particularly in Orwell, Redfield, and Boylston areas, enjoy the snow. Anybody who hates snow has moved or avoids the area. Lol
  6. TugHillMatt

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Yes, it is. Welcome, Matty. I am loving that we have posters from different sections of Oswego county.
  7. TugHillMatt

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    We managed to keep most of ours...We did have some on the ground before this event. Getting some nice bursts of snow this evening and right now.
  8. TugHillMatt

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    I like that this next system is coming at night. Picked up about 2.5 inches of very wet snow here from today's system.
  9. TugHillMatt

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Wow. If the Lake effect happens tonight, and something like the Euro is showing happens for Friday, Syracuse over to Madison county could have some of the deepest snow depths in the state.
  10. TugHillMatt

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    The current pattern is exactly why I wanted to move out of the Lake Plain (of Lake Michigan) and to a higher elevation. Too stressful playing the "how are lake temps going to ruin it" game. Lol That band tomorrow night is looking pretty good for those of you to the south. Looks like some lighter upslope snows here after the system goes through.
  11. TugHillMatt

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Yeah, it does. It wasn't my intention to get in an in-depth debate over this. :) As mentioned, BGM splits some of their counties for the climate differences, so not sure why BUF doesn't. I am not implying imbyism as ONLY Redfield, but a split in the county roughly along Route 13 from Williamstown to Altmar to Pulaski would make climatological sense. Main bands, depending on winds usually set up north or south of that line. Having a similar split in Chautauqua county would be similarly feasible.
  12. TugHillMatt

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    I understand your point, but at the same time, when Redfield averages 100 to 150 inches more than locations 15 to 20 minutes away...Seems like it would make sense to simply divide the county between southwest and northeast. I guess BUF does do this within the county forecast by saying "in the Tug hill." Even though the population is sparse, this is a highly popular winter recreation area and having more location-specific warnings would be helpful.
  13. TugHillMatt

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    For real. I was just talking to someone about that this weekend. Keeps it interesting
  14. TugHillMatt

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Don't they divide Cayuga county as well?
  15. TugHillMatt

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Yep! Still have snowcover in most places after today. I feel BUF NWS should divide this area of Oswego county from the rest of it. Definitely Winter Weather advisory potential for this area but none issued because the rest of the county won't get too much. I will have to get used to averaging between Oswego and Lewis counties here.
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