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Model Mayhem IV!

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3 minutes ago, Semper911 said:

So post the science and leave the ridicule out. He is one of us, for chrissake.

Agree, but James my man back off on the throttle.  

My wife just called me a junkie looking for my next fix, couldn't argue.

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NAM looked like a wet snow event 32-33F for the ORH hills from just east of here-west for Sunday night , 5" or so here and a bit more out by HubbDave. Will see if it works out, the solutions of late have trended snowier. 

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1 minute ago, Ginx snewx said:

Agree, but James my man back off on the throttle.  

My wife just called me a junkie looking for my next fix, couldn't argue.

Ha, seriously. I am so stoked for Sunday and next week, and it isn't even close to being a done deal yet.

We need help.

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4 minutes ago, Morch Madness said:

I probably went a little to far, sorry Jimmy. I appreciate your eternal optimism.

That's the spirit. Thanks, man.

James' eternal optimism makes our forum a great place.  

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2 minutes ago, ROOSTA said:

The 78h NAM is not COLD.
Didn't bash or demean. The map simply is not cold therefor the statement is a fallacy.   

True.

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1 minute ago, Semper911 said:

That's the spirit. Thanks, man.

James' eternal optimism makes our forum a great place.  

him having lived through two legit 30 plus snow events probably goes a long way with his enthusiasm and optimism as a winter wx enthusiast, plus these weren't feb 2006 style they were nearly three feet each of man snow delivered on storm to hurricane force winds

I love his enthusiasm

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Nice step toward the Euro....it does give ORH county and Berks some decent snow this run...but prob a bit too warm elsewhere for SNEers...maybe interior E MA gets a bit too.

 

But a nice step this run. Hopefully it gets going a bit quicker in future runs. Very nice run for NNE...esp Maine.

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GFSGW here. That's a 20" over my fanny. Normally I would laugh it off but it's been eerily consistent with that max zone. Hard to ignore no matter how ridiculous it looks.

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15 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Canadian also is sharper and blows the low up in the GOM.

Is that a step in the right direction for SNE?  I would think it would be.  But then you mentioned the GOM, and that would indicate a set up to late for us. 

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