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  1. 8 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

    Tippy, love your posts and contributions dude… but why do these discussions always end up making it seem like everyone else on here is a little sensitive child and couldn’t possibly understand the point you are trying to make?

    Maybe the vision is that he's Dennis Quaid from Day After Tomorrow,

    and we are collectively this guy:

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  2. I could be misremembering or just making shit up, but didn't it seem like cutters in the 90s always started off with flakes a lot of time or like 30 minutes of wet snow before flipping. I feel like it's rarely the case now. This isn't even a cutter and it's starting off as straight rain here, though I understand why. It's likely just some anecdotal memory I have that might not hold any weight. 

  3. 5 minutes ago, George001 said:

    It’s a great run but I’d pump the breaks on blizzard potential in SNE, for CNE and NNE absolutely. I’m still going to track it though, I would be happy to be proven wrong about this winter. 

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  4. 4 minutes ago, Typhoon Tip said:

    That one would be a hyper bomb if the Euro is right ... I haven't seen the surface but I can be certain given that run succeeding in the mid and U/A/ synoptic evolution, it's running some sort of 970 mb low right by us.  

    I guess it's more 1/26. Nice ridge in the west, and hints of buildilng blocking (maybe transient) in NAO region 

  5. 4 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

    I thought you would do better. I did see near 4" in E Falmouth...but maybe your proximity to the water hurt a bit.

    That is true - I wanted to emphasize the here as me being within 2 miles of the ocean. interior Upper Cape did a bit better like you said. 

    I think the SST's did have a big part of it  - so hopefully by February that issue is somewhat neutralized. 

    Also, I shouldn't complain too much because it did have a nice wintry appeal for over 30 hours..and just enough to enjoy some outdoor time. 

    But deep down, I want a biggie. 

  6. Note on this past storm:

    Without a real source of polar/arctic cold that isn't rotting, and during a time of above average SSTS -  I"m tossing all snow maps to Jupiter, for here

    Plenty of flags were raised by mets, and I mostly agreed with them but not to the extent that it panned out.  1.8" total but max depth maybe got over an inch due to the constant melting. I thereby am not getting too excited until I see arctic air in place or nearby. Just give me a storm that starts out in the teens, and maybe maxes out to 30° with a solid H to the north of us. 

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