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February 3, 2014 Snowstorm Observations

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Glen Oaks, NY (eastern Queens)

Temp: 31.1

Snowfall: 2.2 inches

Conditions: Ripping

 

Snowing HEAVILY here since the changeover at 5:00AM. What has surprised me there was and is absolutely no issue with warm grounds. As soon as the changeover occurred, ALL surfaces immediately began to cover. I really expected a fight to go on with the snow and warmer grounds with temps modeled to hover around freezing. 

 

this has been truly a remarkable winter with the surprise snowstorms, extreme cold and continued storm chances. I can not imagine Wednesday and what it could bring. Yeah - yeah, I know… snow to ice to rain. But can you blame me for saying let me see it to believe it! I won't be surprised if the colder trending of the models for Wednesday continues and we get more snow than expected!

 

Lets not even discuss Sunday/Monday… I don't have the ability to imagine that well. Lol

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4k NAM has snow lasting until about 0z for NYC. But the heaviest intensity is now through early afternoon.

I think it wraps up early too. By 2-3 the heaviest is gone and then maybe some lighter stuff for an hour or 2.

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Well that's the heaviest snow band and should remain....norristown, pa to Princeton to old bridge....just switched to snow and will be 2-3"/hour. Was expected and the HRRR is gradually pulling it's heaviest accumulations south through that area 12"+

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This is clearly going to overperform big time for the entire region. Storm is only a few hours old...just getting started. Heaviest is still to come!

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is that heavy stuff going to come north at all? I'm in Somerset county and already have 3+ inches and snowing pretty heavily

it's bright banding caused by wet/melting snow

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