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January 4-6 Coastal Bomb Observations/Nowcast

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Just now, Thunderblizzard said:

Hard to measure but I'll say around 7.5"... still piling up decently with the really meh snow growth.

yeah snow growth is poop here. But WOW...glad to see you measured 7.5''. makes me feel better. I hope we get back into better stuff soon

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1 minute ago, weatherwiz said:

yeah snow growth is poop here. But WOW...glad to see you measured 7.5''. makes me feel better. I hope we get back into better stuff soon

Band developing just to the east... should improve for a bit.

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37 minutes ago, TheSnowman said:

OK now I'm confused.  

I ran to my neighbors grass and he has 4.5-4.75"

I went to a completely different area of my spot - 4.75-5.25"  

But still the most on my grass / driveway is 2.5"  

 

What the.......  

I hate to rub it in but I'm in North Providence and have eyeball  6+" . I'm about 4 miles south of you and have had great snow past two hours.

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14 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

Lol...the RAP gives like another inch of QPF for most of BOS metro in addition to what has already fallen. (well an hour ago, so subtract out 1-2 tenths).

 

Pretty ridiculous for a fast moving system. We'll see how accurate it ends up being.

That would give us 16-20. All Hale RPM from 21z.

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Anyone have a report from Newport... bummed I'm not at home for this one.  Got about 7" so far in Westbury on Long Island, but getting a little subsidence now, and looking in envy at the radar returns in RI.

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Meh. Going into a hole that's formed between Brunswick and Biddeford. Sitting between those two death bands. Can't wait for that next one to pivot onshore...

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1 minute ago, Thunderblizzard said:

Band developing just to the east... should improve for a bit.

wow...really coming together nicely. Very happy to see. That main band across NW CT is filthy...hope that pivots through after. 

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10 minutes ago, TauntonBlizzard2013 said:

8”... maybe closer to 8.5” visibility is like 50 feet

Nice man, congrats!  Good to see TauntonBlizz get crushed.

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1 minute ago, 40/70 Benchmark said:

Startred slowly here as the best banding was to my nw, but blizzard like now.

True whiteout! Going to make a first pass at shoveling. Should be fun.

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10 minutes ago, rnaude241 said:

Still 0.0 - fairly sure it's flipped back to rain :(

Ya, so heart breaking, about an hour ago I thought for sure I was going to flip...but then it just stayed rain and whatever snowflakes I had are gone...

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Just now, WinterWolf said:

Wow NYC getting hit quite hard..that wasn't expected to happen just 24 hrs ago either.

Good band way out west down through NYC.

Watch this rot over MPM.

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After running around about 2 miles worth of shoving my stick in the snow:  

Can Confirm:  1.5" in 45 Minutes  :  6.5" Total  

Reconstructed: 1" at 8am, 2" at 9am, 3.5" at 10am, 5" at 11am, 6.5" at 11:45am  

 

STILL a consistent 3.5" the new total on my grass and driveway which is protected by many big trees from wind.  So flipping odd.  

 

What's the Pressure of this beast?  Below the 961 Record?  

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1 minute ago, #NoPoles said:

Ya, so heart breaking, about an hour ago I thought for sure I was going to flip...but then it just stayed rain and whatever snowflakes I had are gone...

Yeah - we are done for. Maybe squeak out 1-3?

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Crushage.....that stuff in E MA is prob all the 700mb fronto...and the fluff band further west is prob like 500 def

 

 

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3 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

wow...really coming together nicely. Very happy to see. That main band across NW CT is filthy...hope that pivots through after. 

Not quite like the huge band to start but not as grainy anymore now.

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