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Coop Crushing Snow Observations 02/15/17

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2 minutes ago, sbos_wx said:

What am I looking at? The landphoon? I have seen no modeling and assumed rain. 

 

It's 46 here, I'm skeptical 

Nah, it'll be when the band up my way starts to rip south. Some of that west of the meso low may start to change to snow though as the mid levels crash.

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3 minutes ago, sbos_wx said:

What am I looking at? The landphoon? I have seen no modeling and assumed rain. 

 

It's 46 here, I'm skeptical 

Edit: 37F

It's later on when the band rotates south....go back in the other thread and read back...it's all explained in there. No guarantees though...this is an inverted trough.

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Just now, ORH_wxman said:

It's later on when the band rotates south....go back in the other thread and read back...it's all explained in there. No guarantees though...this is an inverted trough.

I'm going to when I get home. 

Currently in bumper to bumper on Atlantic Ave with two pizzas from Reginas on my lap.

Might as well waterboard me. Torture.

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Based on CC, it really looks like the nose of the trof is pointed right at PWM. Lower values are slowly eroding around it, while PWM keeps ticking up in temp.

We're just about to flash over in town I think. Looks like the transition is right around Winn Road (for those that know the Route 9 area around Cumberland/Falmouth). 

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Just stuck 3" even on the sidewalk just outside our back door (clearly not the best measurement technique but shows you how hard it's been snowing since the flip).

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7 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Ryan reported it on Twitter. I'm not getting any here . So you get your wish 

Yea, I never wish no snow for anyone. My brain doesnt work that way. Thought mesos may have been overzealous with the usual backdoor bands dropping inches. 

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4.5 inches as of 6:10 @ home.

snow was a little deeper than a CD jewel case on my car when I went to leave St. J.  That is about 5.5 inches if I remember correctly. (I didn't have a ruler at work.)

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1 minute ago, klw said:

4.5 inches as of 6:10 @ home.

snow was a little deeper than a CD jewel case on my car when I went to leave St. J.  That is about 5.5 inches if I remember correctly. (I didn't have a ruler at work.)

What is a CD case?

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37.0/35 here in Lowell. Had a few drops earlier. Looks like the party will be north of me. But heading to the cabin Friday where it's been snowing all day. Barely reached 30F for a few minutes and currently 27.3/26. I hear they got 5" today and it's looking like another 6-10 in the forecast. Snow depths could surpass (if they haven't already) 2014-2015 levels and possibly 2010-2011 for my deepest pack since I've been there (2011)

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