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February 3, 2014 Snowstorm Observations

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So much for concerns for warm ground, snow is falling moderately but already sticking to all surfaces including the street and that's a well travelled two way street.

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Everything, including trees, coated in the Bronx.  Haven't been outside but I'm sure it is upwards of an inch so far.  Streets covered.

 

What is the ending time for this today?

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Thick coating of snow in Central Suffolk. School is cancelled in the area as of 20min ago. Roads are bad. I think highways are still ok from what I heard. Very slushy wet snow. 34 degrees.

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You can see why the models had such a huge cutoff on the northern end..obvious subsidence to the north of the best lift from Central NJ toward NYC and the S Shore.

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You can see why the models had such a huge cutoff on the northern end..obvious subsidence to the north of the best lift from Central NJ toward NYC and the S Shore.

Radar looks amazing for central nj, coming down like gangbusters and already up to an inch. 

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You can see why the models had such a huge cutoff on the northern end..obvious subsidence to the north of the best lift from Central NJ toward NYC and the S Shore.

Yep. Even looks like that latest RAP is way off north and west of rt 80 and rt287

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You can see why the models had such a huge cutoff on the northern end..obvious subsidence to the north of the best lift from Central NJ toward NYC and the S Shore.

Looks like CNJ-NYC and S shore of LI may be the jackpot spots for this storm. From my radar scope it looks like an endless train of 30-35dbz john

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Looks like CNJ-NYC and S shore of LI may be the jackpot spots for this storm. From my radar scope it looks like an endless train of 30-35dbz john

That's what it looked like for some time now.

 

Also, snow falling heavily in Long Beach. We might have lost a little precip as rain, but not much.

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