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I'm Dreaming of a White Xmas

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6 minutes ago, sbos_wx said:

Someone deleted my post so I'll just put it up again. Merry Xmas, looks like a sh*t storm here. 

Glad we don't live there...

merry Christmas 

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9 minutes ago, moneypitmike said:

Kevin will meet you at Electric Blue.

I still couldn’t believe that day last summer when I was going into Subway in the parking lot there, and saw you walking out of there. Was great to see you ! Was just so surprised 

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4 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

I still couldn’t believe that day last summer when I was going into Subway in the parking lot there, and saw you walking out of there. Was great to see you ! Was just so surprised 

LOL.  Everyone knows Tolland because of that big billboard.  That's what causes all the accidents.

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Damaging wind potential for tomorrow afternoon is a bit eye opening. Was looking at some bufkit soundings down this way. Could be a very underrated aspect of this whole event.

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1 minute ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

0z hrrr brings the 3” line down to the coast of Fairfield County, impressive. 

I wonder if its the final band that the 3k had. However I am stuck at 35 in Easton.

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3 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

0z hrrr brings the 3” line down to the coast of Fairfield County, impressive. 

Trending colder every run. Not totally shocked. We have a pretty decent cold drain and a good high position. The primary tries to offset it but t has work to do. 

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5 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

Trending colder every run. Not totally shocked. We have a pretty decent cold drain and a good high position. The primary tries to offset it but t has work to do. 

What’s a good way to judge high pressure strength and location? What levels are we looking at?

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6 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Dew continues dropping  . 27.9/24

High means business 

I originally thought there would be too many issues to overcome and waste qpf with rain/sleet but my elf ears are perked with how much cooling west of the river has trended on meso models. If we could get the backside stuff the 3k nammy and even rgem has shown, in addition to not raining, 3-5” is doable along 84 and a tick more up in the mtns. 

Nice call if it pans out.

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