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March 13-14, The Blizzard of 2017: Obs

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1 minute ago, ag3 said:

I'm snowing in Whitestone, Queens. Huge flakes.

Nice!  I'm watching dual pol.  It looks like the line may try to sag SE a bit again soon.  We'll see...

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Now we're getting pea sized sleet.  Combination of the aggregates melting and lots of upward velocities.  Fun stuff.

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Puking snow in Chester. 6-7" on the ground, measured multiple areas due to drifts. Winds are really picking up. 

Sleet for 30 minutes this morning, well worth it for these rates. 

Temp is 23. 

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Just now, SleetStormNJ said:

I'm getting blitzed with moderate to heavy snow.  Flake size is helping rapid accumulation.

Yeah I just don't know how long we can keep this up before we flip back

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1 minute ago, LHSnow said:

We were all sleet about 30 minutes ago and it is all snow here on the north shore now so that line is sinking south towards you.

Hopefully this can still produce up by you and towards the city. Maybe this can flip back and forth down here for a while but I'm not optimistic down where I am. Again this storm is starting to remind me a bit of 2/13/14 where this happened for most of the NYC area and Long Island north of Sunrise Highway and it just kept raining where I am because of he coastal front.

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7 minutes ago, keno19 said:

What a total bust.  Nobody saw this coming.  All models handled this horrible.   Southern Nassau here.  NO wind at all.  oh well  BUST

I still think that you can't hug models ... especially in March. I'm not even a Met and I can sense that. Where are the people who insisted that the NAM's 30"-40" snow accums were realistic a day or so ago? Some of the models (if memory serves) also starting trending west in the past day or so ... that should have been a warning to people. And honestly, last night, Upton and the TV mets began to adjust. It's just that we didn't because we all want to see a lot of snow.

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15 minutes ago, donsutherland1 said:

If there is really heavy precipitation, that might occur. A lot will depend on how the storm is also tracking. 

Thanks Don. Heavy snow still in Easton CT. Dual pole does show the sleet line falling south for now.

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Still switching between rain and sleet here in Massapequa. Looking to see if I will switch back to snow as the line looks to be moving south gradually. 

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Had the same bottlecap-sized snowflakes not too long ago here on the UWS... now back down to more normal size but still falling briskly. I'm starting here a little of the tit-tat of sleet (or ice) on the window again, though. 

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4 minutes ago, wxman said:

Where are you in the boro? I have heavy snow, all snow, and 5" down.

 

4 minutes ago, wxman said:

Where are you in the boro? I have heavy snow, all snow, and 5" down.

Near the racquet club off Amwell east of 206. Serious pingers here now. 25/75 maybe?

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