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Rtd208

2/13/2014 Major Coastal Storm Observations

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Man was hoping to see another christmas 2002 deform band cross LI tonight. I guess not huh?

Looks like this is our storm right now...not too shabby.  Over 7" already, hopefully the liquid is minimal later.  HRRR forecast radar looks like we could see some thunderstorms

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Pretty much all sleet.

I'm sorry man. I'm just north of the southern state. .still no sleet..Every once in a while a couple pellets mix in

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I'm not sure how much snow fell, but this is the greatest snow depth I've seen in 2-3 years.

It's coming down heavily.

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Snow looks to be hanging on in eastern Nassau/western Suffolk. Not what I expected, I'll say that right off the bat. There could be 3-4" more in some of these places than I have at the end of round 1.

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The HRRR will make a lot of people happy    Starts to bring the second round up from the SW moving NE

Will get all on NJ into NYC and points NE

 

5-6 inches here in Brooklyn, NY. Snow/Sleet right now.

Measured 8 in Dyker heights anth Snow /Sleet mix .

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Sleet mixing in with the snow here in Essex county NJ. Happened even much quicker than I thought ! About 6.5" here, 4.5 of accumulated in just 2 hours

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I don't know we have more like 8-9 inches and are battling with with sleet and as I type it's all sleet

My observation was just eyeballing. You might be right with the 7-8 inches on the ground.

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FROM UPTON AFD:

 

.NEAR TERM /UNTIL NOON TODAY/...
AS OF 9 AM...A BAND OF VERY HEAVY SNOW WITH SNOWFALL RATES OF 3 TO
6 INCHES PER HOUR HAS OVERSPREAD COASTAL PORTIONS
OF THE
REGION...COLLOCATED WITH AN INTENSE FRONTOGENETIC BAND LIFTING
NORTH FROM CENTRAL NJ AND OFF THE OCEAN. REPORTS OF 3 TO 4 INCHES
IN 30 MINUTES HAVE BEEN COMING INTO THE OFFICE UNDER THIS BAND. IN
ADDITION...WIND GUSTS OF 35 TO 45 MPH ARE DEVELOPING ALONG THE
COAST...RESULTING IN NEAR ZERO VISIBILITY AT TIMES.

THIS HEAVY SNOW BAND WILL CONTINUE TO WORK NORTHWARD INTO THE
LOWER HUDSON VALLEY AND SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT THROUGH 11
AM...COMBINED WITH 25 TO 35 MPH GUSTS...WITH RAPIDLY DETERIORATING
CONDITIONS. AROUND 1 FT OF SNOW LIKELY FROM MID MORNING THROUGH
MID AFTERNOON ACROSS THE INTERIOR WITH THIS BAND.

AT THE SAME TIME...WATCHING TRANSITION LINE TO SLEET AND RAIN
CREEPING UP THE COAST...CURRENTLY JUST SOUTH OF LI/NYC. THIS
SHOULD START WORKING INTO THE SHORELINE OF LI/NYC BY AROUND 9
AM...AND THEN GRADUALLY PROGRESSING NORTH AND WESTWARD THROUGH THE
MID TO LATE MORNING. CHANGEOVER LINE WILL SLOW DOWN AS IT TRIES TO
PROGRESS NORTH ACROSS THE INTERIOR...BUT MAY NOT OCCUR UNTIL
FRONTOGENETIC BAND IS NORTH OF THE REGION BY MID AFTERNOON.

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