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The "We Won't Have Any More Snow in February" February 17th Event

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56 minutes ago, sbos_wx said:

6" South Weymouth 

Looks like rasn line got near you. North Weymouth ftw hopefully. Seemed like some guidance was too cold just to your south. Rgem had a good handle I think.

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9 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Looks like rasn line got near you. North Weymouth ftw hopefully. Seemed like some guidance was too cold just to your south. Rgem had a good handle I think.

This is nice, we're getting the rare 1 1/2SM 1"/hr snowfall. 

I think there are just so many aggregates that it is keeping the visibility up, while still accumulating efficiently.

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Newport here, reporting in with a slushy quarter inch after the snow got washed away. Sick as a dog and sick of this February, worst I've experienced in 6 years. I never say this, but with this stomach bug, at least I won't be shoveling.

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Close to 4" at Pit2, coming down nicely.  Paste job here on the water, no word from GC.  I guess my wife is running out at this hour to take measurements.

 

Edit:  just noticed that they upped my totals to 4-7".  Things are moving pretty quickly though, I don't think think I have much more than a couple hours left to add to what's down.  At least I'll have some time to see if during the day.

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about 1.75" on cold surfaces before flip to rain around midnight in portsmouth RI. paved surfaces were snowfree throughout

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2 hours ago, OceanStWx said:

This is nice, we're getting the rare 1 1/2SM 1"/hr snowfall. 

I think there are just so many aggregates that it is keeping the visibility up, while still accumulating efficiently.

Quite a bit out there.

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2 hours ago, OceanStWx said:

This is nice, we're getting the rare 1 1/2SM 1"/hr snowfall

I think there are just so many aggregates that it is keeping the visibility up, while still accumulating efficiently.

This.  I need to find a ruler/tape measure so I can get a real measurement, I'm sure it will compact.

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