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  1. hudsonvalley21

    Interior NW & NE Burbs 2019

    Just added another 0.20 in the bucket with the line of showers that moved thru. Total of 0.71 since midnight.
  2. hudsonvalley21

    April 2019 General Discussions & Observations Thread

    Sleet in eastern Orange county.
  3. hudsonvalley21

    Interior NW & NE Burbs 2019

    A few gusts around 30 mph in the last hour. Stirring up some leaves from last fall. Oh double joy.
  4. hudsonvalley21

    Interior NW & NE Burbs 2019

    yup totally agree. Had a cancerous melanoma removed from the top of my head last summer. Didn't even know it was up there. Wife spotted it, dermatologist and plastic surgeon said she probably saved my life since it was in a spot where you can never see it.
  5. hudsonvalley21

    April 2019 temperature forecast contest

    DCA +1.8 NYC +2.2 BOS +1.7 ORD +1.8 ATL +2.1 IAH +1.9 DEN -1.1 PHX -0.3 SEA +0.7
  6. hudsonvalley21

    March 22-23 Storm Thread: Cabins and Pony-Os?

    2 hour pressure change maps have the center south of NJ currently. Is this further south than what was modeled?
  7. hudsonvalley21

    Interior NW & NE Burbs 2019

    0.6" total for here. Mostly ice pellets.
  8. hudsonvalley21

    OBS thread 2A-Noon EDT Sunday March 10, 2019

    0.6" is the total here of a combination of snow and sleet (mostly ice pellets).
  9. hudsonvalley21

    OBS thread 2A-Noon EDT Sunday March 10, 2019

    31/14 here with clear skies. We'll see if we can drop a few more degrees before the clouds come in. Nice AFD from Upton, FXUS61 KOKX 100004 AFDOKX Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service New York NY 704 PM EST Sat Mar 9 2019 .SYNOPSIS... Deep low pressure will move into the Great Lakes region as an attendant warm front approaches from our south tonight. The warm front moves just over or south of the coast Sunday, followed by a cold frontal passage Sunday evening. Canadian high pressure will then slowly build from the west into the mid week. A frontal system will impact the region late Thursday into Friday. High pressure will then build into the region next weekend. && .NEAR TERM /THROUGH SUNDAY/... Have made some tweaks in the near term based on observations and trends. Have high clouds coming into western sections just a touch more than previous update. Overall though, the trend appears to be slower as latest HRRR and RAP have precip arriving a good 3 hours later. Have adjusted start time back a bit for late tonight and Sunday morning. Extreme eastern areas may not see much precip until around 11 or 12z. Also adjusted near term temps and winds to better fit early evening observations. Skies initially remain clear across the area into the evening as dry air from a departing deep layer ridge slowly begins to modify. Winds will be light at first, which combined with clear skies, particularly across eastern areas, may lead to favorable radiational cooling, with low temperatures likely occurring early. Thereafter, a non-diurnal trend occurs as a warm front approaches the area and cloud cover rapidly increases as a deep low pressure system moves into the Great Lakes region. Expect temperatures to gradually increase through the remainder of the night. Winter headlines remain unchanged. Expect a wintry mix across the interior. Snow accumulations will occur at onset. Trended towards WPC forecasts with regard to forecast amounts, which is more in line with the SREF ensembles on the lower end of predicted amounts. Initially the antecedent dry air mass will take some time to saturate, and some degree of ridging aloft and subsidence will still be over the region. As the night progresses, warm advection will aid in lowering snow ratios, with sleet eventually mixing in as a 925-700 mb low level jet strengthens. The potential for heavier snowfall is limited to a short amount of time, so higher end ensemble amounts upward of 3-4 inches may be difficult to achieve. Thereafter with strengthening warm advection, there will be a period with sleet and freezing rain across the interior, while coastal areas quickly transition to rain. As deep layer forcing for ascent increases with the short wave passing to the north and the warm front approaching, there is potential for moderate rain to occur into the morning. All areas then become rain by afternoon, with rates quickly decreasing as dry air aloft advects into the region. Some lingering drizzle may be possible until the cold front passes through. High temperatures will be closer to climatological normals. &&
  10. hudsonvalley21

    Interior NW & NE Burbs 2019

    I measured the same way and came up with 5.1"
  11. 32/30 here with moderate snow now. 1/2" accumulated on grassy surfaces, now accumulating on road surfaces. Sticking to branches like glue. Could be an issue later on trees/power lines later with the heavier snow rates if they come to fruition.
  12. hudsonvalley21

    March 3rd-4th Shellacking threat

  13. hudsonvalley21

    March 3rd-4th Shellacking threat

    In the nowcasting mode, the radar is filling in nicely in eastern Virginia, this could also increase the QPF up this way.
  14. hudsonvalley21

    Interior NW & NE Burbs 2019

    2.1" does it here for this round.
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