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Bomb Cyclone Obs Thread, March 1-3 2018

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3 minutes ago, BxEngine said:

Winds starting to pick up significantly. Wires down all over the county.

Rt 304 in new city has trees down everywhere. 

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1 minute ago, hooralph said:

36 at Central Park, 34 at my place. 

Winds have been out of the W and now SW all day. What's up with that?

Thats odd. My wind has been from the northeast for the most part the last hr.

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7 minutes ago, BxEngine said:

Winds starting to pick up significantly. Wires down all over the county.

I noticed the winds were picking up about 20 minutes ago the snow was coming down sideways but the snow intensity has lightened.  A snow plow finally came down my road it was long overdue.

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8 minutes ago, BxEngine said:

Rt 304 in new city has trees down everywhere. 

Any reports from near 304 in Bardonia, my Mother in Law lives there.

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5 minutes ago, LongBeachSurfFreak said:

My gf is reports snow in wantagh wtf!!!

Snow just started to mix in here in SW Suffolk and 35 degrees. NAM P-Types have been doing very well so far. 

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5 minutes ago, Big Jims Videos said:

All snow in point pleasant beach, and I'm surprised.  

Friend in Long Branch reported the same...been going back and forth between rain and snow here in Rahway - going to have a tough time accumulating anywhere near 95 and the coastal plain unless it gets much heavier, given surface temps in the mid-30s and during daylight and with so much standing water - will definitely have more of a chance for accumulation on grassy surfaces.  Of course, if we get 1/2" per hour or more rates, we'll start to see accumulations anywhere, as I'd guesstimate the melting rate to easily be 3/8" per hour or so.  

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2 minutes ago, bluewave said:

Snow just started to mix in here in SW Suffolk and 35 degrees. NAM P-Types have been doing very well so far. 

That’s incredible 2.2” already at the wantagh mesonet if we add a decent accumulation this 12/02

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5 minutes ago, bluewave said:

Snow just started to mix in here in SW Suffolk and 35 degrees. NAM P-Types have been doing very well so far. 

38 and rain to your North...

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12 minutes ago, LongBeachSurfFreak said:

That’s incredible 2.2” already at the wantagh mesonet if we add a decent accumulation this 12/02

Hard to say how much will actually accumulate here with it still mixing with rain and 35 degrees.

12 minutes ago, psv88 said:

38 and rain to your North...

Just a few wet flakes but mostly still rain. You may actually be getting a slightly milder flow off the Sound.

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39 minutes ago, snywx said:

Im telling you man. I went to the store about 2 miles away and it was S++ there, come back home flooding rain lol

I've seen localized terrain effects like that before in '92, '97, '02 and several others, but never exactly in your area.  But I've also spent more time east of the river.  It's definitely frustrating!  It can change fast though if mid-level wind direction changes.

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