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jm1220

Snow/Slop Storm 2/17-18 Obs

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Enjoying all the info and the weenie maps you guys are all posting,,,,,that said its a little chilly out there today compared to 2 days ago. Keep the updates coming hopefully we all get pleasantly surprised with more snow than advertised-----ps can't help but notice the Billy / UlsterCountysnow has been awol,,,he usually is all over these events ,,,,I hope all is well

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9 minutes ago, Rtd208 said:

Radar starting to light up already, might be virga but this is coming in hot and heavy.

The radar is lighting up big time over the Ohio valley. This things as juicy as advertised in the NAM

watch those dews

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The radar is lighting up big time over the Ohio valley. This things as juicy as advertised in the NAM
watch those dews
The trend for the past decade or so has been for much more latent heat energy and thus available 'juice' for storms.

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7 minutes ago, Rtd208 said:

Looking at the obs thread from the mid-atlantic thread, plenty of snow reports coming in from MD/VA, all good signs for us.

Yeah that’s exactly what we wanted to see. That and the flow out of the bouys is east not SE like thought 

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4 minutes ago, Brasiluvsnow said:

currently 37 in New City , Lower Hudson Valley,,,,,ps it went from sunny to cloudy pretty quick 

It's pretty raw out right now....what a shock to the system after this week.

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Will be in Redding CT for this one, I think I am in a really good spot. Far enough away from the water to avoid the mixing but close enough to still get the good precip. Hope I am right. Currently 33F.

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36 in Long Beach, ESE wind. If I end up with more than a slushy inch by the time it’s over, I’ll call that a win. Might not see much snow here at all. I’ve seen way too many of these down here and know how it goes. And what happens around DC in this case might not translate to Long Island since it’s inland compared to us. 

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