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Coop Crushing Snow 02/15/17

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1 minute ago, 40/70 Benchmark said:

Nice edit out of the west part of that lol

In the end, It really did not change the results, The GFS is the furthest north with the significant snow and is the outliar right now.

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There's actually a pretty good straight Norlun sig across NE MA to BOS at 48 hours on the RGEM near the end of the whole thing...that would prob have a narrow band of S+ somewhere.

Obviously that's something you'd never base of a forecast off of, but for those on the SW flank of the of system may have a heavy band of snow from a pretty intense LL convergence zone. I'd prob predict this ends up on the seacoast of NH or SW ME, but you can't rule out further south yet.

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If only RGEM and Euro came about 15 miles SW I would be in for a much bigger deal.  There is a good chance this hits one town over a lot harder than home.

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