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Ginx snewx

Oct 22/23rd Sat /Sun heavy rain, high wind, elevation upslope snow. All of New England

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2 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

ORH definitely. I think low chance here..but good chance in a lake plume or instability graupel showerTues/Wed

What time you think showers end in CT today?

Main batch ends by 1-2 maybe, but there will be wrap around crap. Expect a crappy aftn with off and on light shwrs.

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Reported 2.38" to cocorahs, and saw a couple of 5"+ reports from just north of PWM.  The 2.19" that fell in the 10 hours ending at 7 this morning is 0.19" more than all the rain in the previous 60 days.  Drought isn't broken, but it's thoroughly bruised.

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2 hours ago, CoastalWx said:

Another round of showers and even a tstm or two late morning into early aftn.  12 hr height falls over 150 meters usually imply some interesting weather. 

Love me some closed ULL action

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10/22/2016   7:40 AM   MA-WR-41   Auburn 2.6 SW  3.92 NA NA MA Worcester  View
10/22/2016   6:00 AM   MA-WR-48   Uxbridge 1.9 WSW  3.84 NA NA MA Worcester  View
10/22/2016   6:55 AM   MA-WR-13   Leominster 1.5 S  3.51

 

 

10/22/2016   7:00 AM   RI-PR-50   Harrisville 1.2 SSE  3.56 NA NA RI Providence  View
10/22/2016   7:00 AM   RI-PR-20   West Glocester 3.4 SE  3.29 NA NA RI Providence  View
10/22/2016   6:40 AM   RI-PR-45   Manville 0.4 WSW  3.08

 

 

10/22/2016   6:00 AM   CT-WN-8   Moosup 1.7 NE  2.91 NA NA CT Windham  View
10/22/2016   4:30 AM   CT-NL-21   Griswold 0.9 N  2.60 0.0 0.0 CT New London  View
10/22/2016   6:00 AM   CT-WN-4   East Killingly 1.3 SW  2.55

 

 

0/22/2016   7:30 AM   ME-AN-19   Lisbon Falls 0.7 E  6.34 NA NA ME Androscoggin  View
10/22/2016   8:00 AM   ME-CM-114   Yarmouth 1.8 E  5.59 NA NA ME Cumberland  View
10/22/2016   7:00 AM   ME-CM-86   Pownal 4.1 S  5.25 NA NA ME Cumberland  View
10/22/2016   6:10 AM   ME-CM-13   Freeport 2.0 SSW  4.92 NA NA ME Cumberland  View
10/22/2016   7:30 AM   ME-CM-8   Portland 5.1 NW  4.25

 

 

10/22/2016   7:00 AM   VT-WS-23   Cabot 2.3 E  1.91 0.0 0.0 VT Washington  View
10/22/2016   7:40 AM   VT-CL-30   Danville 2.2 NW  1.85 0.0 0.0 VT Caledonia  View
10/22/2016   7:00 AM   VT-WR-2   Pomfret 2.6 N  1.83

 

0/22/2016   7:15 AM   NH-RC-24   Stratham 1.9 ESE  3.39 NA NA NH Rockingham  View
10/22/2016   7:00 AM   NH-CR-3   Brookfield 0.9 WSW  3.34 NA NA NH Carroll  View
10/22/2016   7:00 AM   NH-RC-7   Exeter 1.5 E  3.29 NA NA NH Rockingham  View
10/22/2016   6:15 AM   NH-CR-1   East Wakefield 1.2 SE  3.08

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Was pouring when I went to bed at 10 last evening, and slept very soundly, missing all the thunder midnight-3 AM.  My wife was impressed with how long the rumbling would last after a flash.  I wonder if the stratiform and somewhat tropical-character rain was a factor, compared to a typical TS.

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11 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Maine crush job, ASOUT no dryslot for Dryslot

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I'm at "Moneypit East" this weekend.  My phone went off with a FFW last night.  The heavy stuff was west of here, so no big deal. 

Any thoughts on when the best chance of flakes in western mass might be? 

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4 minutes ago, moneypitmike said:

I'm at "Moneypit East" this weekend.  My phone went off with a FFW last night.  The heavy stuff was west of here, so no big deal. 

Any thoughts on when the best chance of flakes in western mass might be? 

6Pm to midnight tonight? 1500 ft or so?

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3 hours ago, CoastalWx said:

Eh, winds aren't anything eye opening.

Yes ...as we discussed yesterday, that's aspect of this system evolution began stepping down in appeal then..   

Fwiw - the NAM's FRH grid has 25 kts sustained mid-boundary layer over Logan - I've seen stronger for a myriad of different reason and all of those ended up manageable.  

 

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1.05" here. The parents in Hooksett had 2.75". Like DIT said, I'll save my jacks for winter. ;)

Good chance for the first flakes over the next 24hrs.

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