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40/70 Benchmark

The King Regains its Throne

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26 minutes ago, dendrite said:

29/24 OVC

Hopefully this keeps going east

So, are you done with dendrites?

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4 minutes ago, #NoPoles said:

So, are you done with dendrites?

I wanted my elusive QPF snow bomb. If that slides east the whole thing can go to hell for all I care. 

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3 minutes ago, Whineminster said:

Not liking the east tends, people stealing my snow

Seriously? That actually is better for you as the drylsot moves east. 

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the radar looks completely disorganized to me.  I don't recall such a raggedy look just as a big storm is starting.  Late last eve there was a very organized blob over the mid atlantic.

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14 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Seriously? That actually is better for you as the drylsot moves east. 

lol he’s a special one.

13 minutes ago, mahk_webstah said:

the radar looks completely disorganized to me.  I don't recall such a raggedy look just as a big storm is starting.  Late last eve there was a very organized blob over the mid atlantic.

MAtches up very well with nam and rgem 12z radar/surface plots. 

nam3km_mslp_pcpn_frzn_neus_6.png

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19 minutes ago, mahk_webstah said:

the radar looks completely disorganized to me.  I don't recall such a raggedy look just as a big storm is starting.  Late last eve there was a very organized blob over the mid atlantic.

It was kind of remnant trough from that light snow that retrograded through a couple days ago. Forcing in that trough is getting completely overwhelmed by the developing secondary now though. You'll see precip really blossoming in the next few hours.

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49 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Seriously? That actually is better for you as the drylsot moves east. 

If he was any more of a queen we'd call him Freddie Mercury.

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48 minutes ago, HIPPYVALLEY said:

30F. light snow, baking powder flakes.  .5"

early release for schools today. 

Pretty much all schools in this area are either dismissing early, or, like my district, already had a half day for professional development type stuff.  Thankfully, those meetings are being cancelled, so hopefully I can get up Rte 2 ok

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1 hour ago, CoastalWx said:

Seriously?  actually is better for you  as the dryslot moves east.  

Dunno about that

N orh was best w canal track so long as lp Was well south of RI on its approach, now they are edge of ccb, why Do These postS upset you all the time. I see you respond to them alot with emotion lol  .  He lives in snow central HE was smelling 2' jacks on some guidance yesterday, he could be between ccb and deform now. Its just a comment

 

I notice you have a disdain for people in snowier areas when they complain about less snow but are still getting more than you. Snow envy :)

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30 minutes ago, STILL N OF PIKE said:

Dunno about that

N orh was best w canal track so long as lp Was well south of RI on its approach, now they are edge of ccb, why Do These postS upset you all the time. I see you respond to them alot with emotion lol  .  He lives in snow central HE was smelling 2' jacks on some guidance yesterday, he could be between ccb and deform now. 

I disagree, maybe he misses full duration of the heavy banding but he avoids dryslot and should have much better ratios with the SE move. 

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