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Damage In Tolland

Days and days of snow disco

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8 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Reggie 00z snowfall...

Nice mid-level banding signal for C.NE...particularly like Killington to the Lakes Region to Dryslot.

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Still had a few more hours up here past hr 48

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7 minutes ago, 40/70 Benchmark said:

I don't care about the QPF...great low level forcing up here.

Don't worry Ray, I know what you mean, and are getting at.

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3 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

How do you see that on the RGEM, link?

Will said it best.  The Reggie is really good at thermal profiles.  It's a little outside of its prime but the low convergence is whatt Will is talking about just northwest of Boston..

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2 minutes ago, Greg said:

Will said it best.  The Reggie is really good at thermal profiles.  It's a little outside of its prime but the low convergence is whatt Will is talking about just northwest of Boston..

Link to a map of convergence please

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Just now, Ginx snewx said:

Link to a map of convergence please


I look at the sfc isobars...you see a hint of of an IVT near Ray...that's likely the CF.

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Once again Euro appears to have led the way with the way GFS is coming in tonight.  Incidentally my earlier comment on the off hours ur runs and qpf is illustrated this run.

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2 minutes ago, weathafella said:

Once again Euro appears to have led the way with the way GFS is coming in tonight.  Incidentally my earlier comment on the off hours ur runs and qpf is illustrated this run.

Paste bomb for BOS on that run.

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3 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Greg should provide a map

The Reggie map a few post ago is fine.  Look at the slight bulge in the blue and red line contour.

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Just now, 40/70 Benchmark said:

Common sense synoptically...a developing low with taint up to Boston. Don't need a map, but will dig later if I get time.

The low does take a great track for a 128 CF...it goes over like MVY to outer cape.

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Just now, weathafella said:

This run or 18z?

This run...esp for you. Logan maybe gets a bit sloppy...gets to exactly 0C at 950mb by 18z at KBOS.

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7 minutes ago, weathafella said:

Once again Euro appears to have led the way with the way GFS is coming in tonight.  Incidentally my earlier comment on the off hours ur runs and qpf is illustrated this run.

Wut? GFS looks nothing like the Euro, you get the goods. Can we please get a GFS solution for 90 percent of the board in SNE

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Just now, 40/70 Benchmark said:

Exactly.

Mid level banding is west. 

I'm kind of skeptical on the ML stuff being a big deal...we have pretty disorganized mid-levels in this system. There will def be a swath, but I personally think the jack is going to be near the front in the boundary layer...prob somewhere from interior CT up into interior MA to SE NH.

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