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Damage In Tolland

Disco for Sat 03/16 snow event and Sunday night 03/17 event

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some folks who had 0! FEB 1 are now mid 60s, others are over 200% of normal, I would say the pattern has produced pretty well.

 

And others who had over 60" on Feb 1 have had near 0" since then!  lol ;)

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who?

 

Haha I'm just joking in that term of real sense, but we've been solidly below normal snowfall since Feb 1st. 

 

Now we are mid-way through March and I've had 1" at 750ft, 2" at 1,500ft, and 5" at 3,000ft so far this month.

 

5" at the 3,000ft snow board halfway through a month that averages about 18" a week at that location.

 

It comes and goes, no real complaints, just showing the stats.  But we also had 85" in 3 weeks back in Dec/early Jan.  You can generally assume that if I'm doing real well, you guys way SE probably aren't.  And if you guys are cleaning up, up here in the NW we probably aren't, lol. 

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Looks like light snow on the Euro, probably wouldn't see more than an inch in that setup

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Well.. just think, in 40 days it really won't matter until next winter.   

 

With on-going multi-seasonal moisture deficits pretty much heralding in the climate apocalypse ... it'll be 100 to 120F from Kansas to D.C. again, with glancing blows of 95-100 to NYC, and us ... safely contained in a convection killing persistent continental NW counter-balancing boredom flow that is circuitous around the bid Midwest semi-permanent heat dome.  

 

Sarcasm aside for a moment, I am almost wondering if a kind of seasonal feed-back of runaway heating in the heartland of the U.S. kind of "causes" the NW flow in New England due to natural wave length arguments.   

 

I tell you what ... when the climate catastrophe gets more extreme, (and it will ...regardless of what the anti-GW twerps actually believe (mostly, in their own fears either blinding them from truth because they can't handle it, or because they have some pin-headed political/economic agenda that they fail to connect have 0 meaning if they are dead)  you can bet dimes to donuts that it won't in NE.  We will be protected by summers with NW flows around heat domes, and modulated warmer winters that push the Nor-easter storm belt permanently up into the Maritimes.  We essentially become a local climate utopia in an otherwise dystopic planet or heat horrors.  

 

Anything to not storm here - that's what the models of 2012-2013 have achieved!

that's right tip. if people don't agree with your agenda, resort to personal attacks

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The 2nd event is a total cluster on the Euro...it has the overrunning trying to get up in here but runs into a brick wall with the arctic high north of Maine...then it has the plains system trying to catch up to it.

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I deleted it, why are you in Misquamicut? Did you see the pics from weekapaug, nice Pyramids down there.

 

Thanks! We're actually covering the pyramids. They're incredible along the rebuilding. Still a ton of work to be done but they're getting there.

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No surprises really after that 00z ecens run.

Fast, progressive flow.  S/w gets torn to shreds under the PV sitting over the southern end of Hudson Bay. 

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Next week is a mess. If you look at the individual GEFS they match every solution we see and have seen. My guess is an all rain event for the interior probably won't happen, but could see see a mixed event?

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Thanks! We're actually covering the pyramids. They're incredible along the rebuilding. Still a ton of work to be done but they're getting there.

Go down to the Breachway, check out the rocks on the right side.

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Next week is a mess. If you look at the individual GEFS they match every solution we see and have seen. My guess is an all rain event for the interior probably won't happen, but could see see a mixed event?

 

That air mass is pretty darn cold. I'd be surprised if we saw mostly rain.

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