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SouthCoastMA

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  • Birthday July 8

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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
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    Acushnet, MA

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  1. February is upon us - pattern change is in order

    warmup, snow, mega warmup..-NAO greenland block. i'll take it
  2. Happy 5th Anniversary Blizz of Feb 13

    Probably a Top 5 storm here due to tree damage/wind. Snow totals wise..maybe squeaks into top 10
  3. The Pope's 'And There You Have It" SWFE Feb 7 2018

    32.4 and snow. dusting
  4. Feb 1-2 Anafront wave disco

    lost a bit to melting early on..but about 3/4" measured depth
  5. Feb 1-2 Anafront wave disco

    yikes, 3-4" on that run
  6. Feb 1-2 Anafront wave disco

    worst possible timing down this way and the Cape - making for a s**t commute. some models are ramping up into the 3" range
  7. January 29/30 snow event

    8.25" Final here 23.85" on the season
  8. Nearing the 2nd half of Meteorological winter:

    From me to Carver/ PYM towards the Cape, it's the biggest storm of the year for us..so yea the anger can be directed elsewhere
  9. January 29/30 snow event

    Borderline heavy at the moment..this is likely the last hurrah though. Maybe I can squeak out another .5"
  10. January 29/30 snow event

    We only steal the snow about half the time vs interior SE Mass..which is still good
  11. January 29/30 snow event

    Mod burst of snow - accumulating nicely
  12. January 29/30 snow event

    One last band moving through now.. and the Cape is getting it good
  13. January 29/30 snow event

    Measured about 7.5" here..maybe approach 8" after its said and done
  14. January 29/30 snow event

    Agreed..this was a bigger bust than normal. I was thinking maybe 3-5" was in the cards or maybe a spot 6" as opposed to the 2-4" the NWS had
  15. January 29/30 snow event

    you had a feeling forecasts were going to bust low when that mid level band was already setting up to the NW around 8pm last night.
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