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Jan 23/24 2016 obs/nowcast - the fight for the North

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I am pretty confident this thread will start gaining some traction when weenies wake in the am. 

 

We march north!

 

24/9

 

clouds with flakes on my doorstep. 

Just waiting to see you post the word "Snow" lol.

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If it's any consolation man, you pounded the drum on this and I followed...now I'm on the verge of a full blown naked break dancing session tomorrow.

We'll see, it's close here. My call went from 2-4" to 6-10" now I'm thinking 8-16".

Taking a 4hr power nap then back to work.

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The radar is painful to watch there is going to be one hell of a snowfall gradient across CT i bet amounts range from 0-20" after all is said and done...

0.0/ OVC

Yea, the pain. Went to nap with flakes and like 3 hrs later, still struggling to moisten the column.

Now I look at both rgem and gfs cut back.

Let's see what happens.

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The last few frames of the OKX radar show the northern edge sort of bust through a wall and start marching neward..

 

Latest HRRR runs and every 6Z model is encouraging except the RGEM which would indicate less the 00Z.

 

As Dennis Hopper says in speed. "It's getting on 11 AM Jack and i think it's going to be a very pretty day...."

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