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Just now, dmillz25 said:

What does Boston have so far?

7" on the deck. about 5" on the street. 

I'm 200 feet from the ocean and a mile from the airport.

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Just now, dmillz25 said:

What does Boston have so far?

Since you are here... what's the NYC totals like?

My sister lives west side in Manhattan but isn't awake yet, ha.

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3 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Mitch said it was deform band fluffy... reminds me of like Pete/MRG back in the October 2011 storm.  Like 30" of feathers despite it being October. 

If its paste then no, that's not that fun or easy to ski.  Paste at that amount is great for knee injuries, ha.

Got up to Magic last night. It is definitely fluff. I’m shak Ng from the anticipation!

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2 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Since you are here... what's the NYC totals like?

My sister lives west side in Manhattan but isn't awake yet, ha.

We got skunked here. Central Park got 2.9” I got 5” in Brooklyn but just 20 miles to the west they got 2 ft

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Models at 6z actually look pretty fun here for the next 24 hours.

Most showing about another 0.5" of QPF.  Maybe we can sneak to double digits out of this.

HRRR through 10pm tonight:

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Just now, dmillz25 said:

We got skunked here. Central Park got 2.9” I got 5” in Brooklyn but just 20 miles to the west they got 2 ft

Ahh bummer.  I saw TWC thundersnow stuff yesterday afternoon and was thinking you guys were good for it.

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4 minutes ago, sbos_wx said:

7" on the deck. about 5" on the street. 

I'm 200 feet from the ocean and a mile from the airport.

Not too shabby considering it was supposed to be a mostly rain event there. Congrats!

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32 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Lots of cars off roads. Some a$$hole passed me in a Tahoe only to spin out and hit the guardrail half a mile later. Sucker.

Justice is served!

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2 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Models at 6z actually look pretty fun here for the next 24 hours.

Most showing about another 0.5" of QPF.  Maybe we can sneak to double digits out of this.

HRRR through 10pm tonight:

8pzmmdG.png

 

It's amazing the way it snows there no matter what. I'm jealous.

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11 minutes ago, Cold Miser said:

Just under 6" total here (5.75?)  

Luckily I stayed the course and did not get sucked into the 10-12 calls by some. Good call by Wiz (Paul) the other day with his map, and the same with NWS with their cut-back 2 days ago, before they went all nuclear with the higher totals again yesterday morning.  

 

 

Did you measure under a tree?

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Just now, powderfreak said:

Ahh bummer.  I saw TWC thundersnow stuff yesterday afternoon and was thinking you guys were good for it.

Oh yeah had 7 TSSN but got into subsidence with the death band in Jersey and killed our totals. Also think UHi has something to do with the lower totals in Manhattan. The outer boroughs received 5-8”

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4 minutes ago, dmillz25 said:

Not too shabby considering it was supposed to be a mostly rain event there. Congrats!

And still pounding 10 miles SW of Logan..  I have about 7-8 and S+ still so with luck I can hit doubles.

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Still no power. Took a while to find a non-tree-contaminated spot to measure. 11.25 otg plus the .25 that never happened, 11.5 total - consistent with the other PNS report of 12.2. Spots under trees had up to 6" less. No wonder there are multiple downed power lines across town.

I had a tree come down and just missed my house.

@The 4 Seasons

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2 minutes ago, weathafella said:

And still pounding 10 miles SW of Logan..  I have about 7-8 and S+ still so with luck I can hit doubles.

Yeah my friend is pissed she has to go to work in it at Mass General 

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13 minutes ago, LSC97wxnut said:

I don't really have a good place in my yard that wouldn't be contaminated by being under a tree, a deck awning, or being right on the driveway.

Not sure how long you've lived there but finding a consistent place that isn't in a brutal position is usually the way to go if you have that situation. Even if it's not perfect.

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1 minute ago, dmillz25 said:

Yeah my friend is pissed she has to go to work in it at Mass General 

I’ll be working today also at a hospital-only one in my house who has to work today.

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9 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Mitch said it was deform band fluffy... reminds me of like Pete/MRG back in the October 2011 storm.  Like 30" of feathers despite it being October. 

If its paste then no, that's not that fun or easy to ski.  Paste at that amount is great for knee injuries, ha.

Yea, pretty much fluff.  Pretty safe bet that Magic, Bromley, Stratton are all in the 24-36" range when this winds down. 

Im at 16" even here in the valley and was never even in the deform band, otherwise could have been an all timer for the lower elevations here, but still an outside chance at 20" with the fluff still falling.

 

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I could care less if others have more snow than me. In my mind, a foot of pure paste, white as far as the eye can see, that's JP.

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16 minutes ago, JC-CT said:

Did you measure under a tree?

No. Open spot.  Cleared board at 1130 too.

Snow was so wet and temps were above freezing most of early evening. Only had about 4" at midnight. 

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