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Please post your observations, and other data for the Coastal Crusher Feb 9th 2017 here - Thanks!

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2 minutes ago, North and West of Town said:

I appreciate your analysis; can you explain it in English? I'm asking... for a friend.

The storm is intensifying which throws precip to the NW - the storm is bodily moving eastward but it's precip shield is expanding at the same time, so the back edge will appear to slow down

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4 minutes ago, danstorm said:

The storm is intensifying which throws precip to the NW - the storm is bodily moving eastward but it's precip shield is expanding at the same time, so the back edge will appear to slow down

Cool, thanks! Is that what I see when I see these storms rush east and then pivot, like what it seems to be doing now?

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Whiteout conditions in SW Nassau. And I just received a lightning alert on my phone, didn't see or hear anything though.

I see none of the accordion-style buses running today on the Queens/Nassau border, just the normal MTA buses.

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Awesome.  6" on the stake, 29 degrees, visibility is about 200 yards in S+ and blowing snow, and I just heard two cracks of thunder.

Smithtown, LI

No one knows how to run a ****ty winter anymore.

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1 minute ago, NorthShoreWx said:

Awesome.  6" on the stake, 29 degrees, visibility is about 200 yards in S+ and blowing snow, and I just heard two cracks of thunder.

Smithtown, LI

No one knows how to run a ****ty winter anymore.

I have the identical ob.

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Selden in Central Suffolk.

Snow intensifies.  It actually looks too dangerous to go outside and I love snow. Winds increasing further.  Loud crack of thunder from previous post.  

We are going into very high snowfall rates.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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