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Baroclinic Zone

March 5 - Inverted Trough/Snow Squalls

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So it looks like we have an interesting setup for early Monday.  There is a potent s/w diving out of Ontario.  While this is occurring our storm that just exited yesterday will be pinwheeling back an inverted trough.  These 2 will interact with each other and light off a brief but potentially intense bad of snow squalls.

The 1st image shows 850mb level frontogenesis and the 2nd is the 500mb level s/w, that closes off south of us.  Location of the best banding can be difficult to determine at this lead but it's a pretty solid signal for some snow in the air for some.

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These usually favor eastern areas and just adjacent inland areas, But try nailing down this even inside 24 hrs can be problematic, Typically these can end up a nowcast type deal.

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2 hours ago, Damage In Tolland said:

You’ll be shoveling. Nice signature tonight . Who cares what box has

This was pretty meh in Vermont today.  Actually snowing lightly now mixed with sleet. 39F

 

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It's not snowing and it's not sleet. It's white mini balls of frozen precipitation. This is what came down at Magic Mtn for a good part of the day. 39/25.

1" at MRG with around 2" at Mt Snow.  

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