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Just now, sbos_wx said:

I'm bullish. We'll see. 

It's actually something where elevation helps. Like maybe being above 200' or so. Blue Hills..int SE MA...Belmont Hill...etc.

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Just now, CoastalWx said:

It's actually something where elevation helps. Like maybe being above 200' or so. Blue Hills..int SE MA...Belmont Hill...etc.

Sweet.  I'm 100' up.  :P

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3 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

It's actually something where elevation helps. Like maybe being above 200' or so. Blue Hills..int SE MA...Belmont Hill...etc.

Definitely. It's plenty cold aloft. 

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3 minutes ago, Chrisrotary12 said:

Didn't see anyone comment on them, but I thought the 12Z Euro Ensembles were better than the 00z.......or am I just a crazy person?

The two needn't be mutually exclusive.

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So we are talking about an I-128/95 storm, correct? I literally am almost to the highway in west Waltham... I think if a cat farts towards the ocean, we will be snow... so close to the currently modeled p-type line!

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5 minutes ago, Chrisrotary12 said:

Didn't see anyone comment on them, but I thought the 12Z Euro Ensembles were better than the 00z.......or am I just a crazy person?

They looked a little juicier to me too

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9 minutes ago, Chrisrotary12 said:

Didn't see anyone comment on them, but I thought the 12Z Euro Ensembles were better than the 00z.......or am I just a crazy person?

They've continued to be better than the op. This is why I'm bullish.

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2 minutes ago, db306 said:

Looks like 18z Nam a tad weaker and warmer?

Yeah looks that way...500 doesn't dig quite as much.

 

Still a nice event though for a lot of SNE.

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47 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Winter Storm Watches are out for the entire BTV warning area.

 

ALB just threw some up early for Albany and the Berks on North.

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I've never been this unsure if I should move my flight... getting into BOS at 3 PM Sun from CLT (layover from MEM). Like I should be fine... But in the off chance I'm not I could be stuck til Tuesday soo

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Just now, dryslot said:

Don't know how GYX will handle this as they don't like to overlap advisories, Maybe and HWO,  They have the clipper to deal with

I'm thinking advisory and a watch? I'm not sure how much of a choice they'll have. 

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Just now, dendrite said:

I'm thinking advisory and a watch? I'm not sure how much of a choice they'll have. 

They are like back to back and almost coincide, So yeah, That may be the case?

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Just now, dendrite said:

I'm thinking advisory and a watch? I'm not sure how much of a choice they'll have. 

Yeah this is what they'll do. They can't go another cycle without a watch given the confidence now. It's way over 50% that they get warning criteria for a lot of their CWA.

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6 minutes ago, Stash said:

ALB just threw some up early for Albany and the Berks on North.

guess they think its going to stop at the boarder??I would have at least put northern litchfield cty under a watch...

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Just now, dendrite said:

I'm thinking advisory and a watch? I'm not sure how much of a choice they'll have. 

Euro ens  mean includes the 1 inch clipper is 15 for you, not bad for ENS

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2 minutes ago, sbos_wx said:

3-6" at BOS seems like a safe zone still. Mentioned that range last night. Will be a sharp cutoff to the south and east. 

I don't think 3-6" is a safe call for BOS....it's possible, but I could easily see them getting less if they don't get much from the bombing phase of the storm in the gulf of maine.

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