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HoarfrostHubb

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18 minutes ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

Guidance seems to be settling on a decent, if not larger, snow event for much of CNE and SNE

Mass suicudes predicted for spring prancers.   

Salt and sand until May

Just give us paste. No powder . All about the bass. No treble

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Lots of questions in lower elevations. You'll definitely need to get into the heavy precip or it could be a lot of mix I think. Especially eastern SNE. But too early to figure that out. 

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18 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Not really

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*Includes Sleet* as it says on that map there as 10:1 snow.

Its useless but the model has a few warm layers aloft as the p-type charts show.

BDL sounding...classic IP/ZR we'll have to watch on the southern extent.

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16 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

 

*Includes Sleet* as it says on that map there as 10:1 snow.

Its useless but the model has a few warm layers aloft as the p-type charts show.

BDL sounding...classic IP/ZR we'll have to watch on the southern extent.

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Just to show the difference, pretty cool to see as the GFS gets the CCB going and dynamically washes out the warm layer at BDL that the NAM has so stout.

Note the time scale is different.

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Not that anyone cares but I've got an eye on it.  Every 20 years (approximately) we have a late season bomb.  

 

1956

1977 (May)

1997

2017

 

i hope it happens because 2037 is no guarantee for me to say the least....lol.

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1 minute ago, weathafella said:

Not that anyone cares but I've got an eye on it.  Every 20 years (approximately) we have a late season bomb.  

 

1956

1977 (May)

1997

2017

 

i hope it happens because 2037 is no guarantee for me to say the least....lol.

Not that anyone cares but tomorrow is not guaranteed for any of us. Youll be around in 2037, physically or in spirit anyways ;) 

May 77 must of been crazy. How did the on air mets, they had tv back then right?, deal with it? did they call it in advance or did it sneak up on them and the public?

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20 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

Just ban the snow maps. Make their url's un linkable. 

lol.  It's like mid winter all over again.  Weenies tossing clown maps out left and right.

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12 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

Not that anyone cares but tomorrow is not guaranteed for any of us. Youll be around in 2037, physically or in spirit anyways ;) 

May 77 must of been crazy. How did the on air mets, they had tv back then right?, deal with it? did they call it in advance or did it sneak up on them and the public?

Although accumulations were most impressive well inland, May 77  (May 8th?) got accumulating snow all the way to the coast.  I was but a  lad but if I recall it was definitely a surprise storm.  There is very little information on-line regarding that storm but I believe elevated areas in WNE and E NY got over a foot.  :o

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13 minutes ago, HIPPYVALLEY said:

Although accumulations were most impressive well inland, May 77  (May 8th?) got accumulating snow all the way to the coast.  I was but a  lad but if I recall it was definitely a surprise storm.  There is very little information on-line regarding that storm but I believe elevated areas in WNE and E NY got over a foot.  :o

Snow maps I saw online had huge totals in the elevated areas of sne and eny. 

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27 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

Snow maps I saw online had huge totals in the elevated areas of sne and eny. 

I was living in Foxboro, MA at the time (young weenie at that point)   We had 10-12" of absolute cement.  Heavy, heavy tree damage.

Oldest winter weather memory of mine...

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April 82 was incredible here in Central CT.  Was in 8th grade..we were out of school for two days!!   Never will forget that one..riding snowmobiles around the neighborhood during it..and Thigh high snow in the yard when it was all said and done.  Certainly one for the record books here!!

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21 minutes ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

I was living in Foxboro, MA at the time (young weenie at that point)   We had 10-12" of absolute cement.  Heavy, heavy tree damage.

Oldest winter weather memory of mine...

That was my first year teaching. I couldn't believe we were having a snow day on May10th( I came here from Long Island).

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