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Question. Does LWM tend to run high on there temperature readings? It's something I've been curious about this season. Check out the personal weather station obs around it compared to the official 38 at LWM. 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Nikoss427 said:

Dumpage, and yes, the Xmas lights are on to celebrate!

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I dig it ...

although.. wasted energy consumption would get the liberal GW stat's feathers ruffled but -

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7 minutes ago, kdxken said:

I thought the other dude was eeyore. You're making a run at him.

 Well the valley is pretty much in moderate baking soda right now so it's not going to really add up to much.   

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14 minutes ago, Typhoon Tip said:

I think you guys have a kind of quasi stationary isallobaric wind acceleration due to your proximity to the coast and having fairly rapidly deepening low pressure passing south of you. It's accelerating from your position out toward the low a bit ageostrophically because of those circumstances...

Just a hypothesis.

Ha! That's what I was thinking! (You crack me up Tip)

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1 minute ago, CoastalWx said:

Heard it flipped tonheavy paste in PVD

With Raynham having flipped to almost all snow, too, it sounds like this is a sw to ne progression, rather than the usual nw to se.

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Just now, Typhoon Tip said:

I dig it ...

although.. wasted energy consumption would get the liberal GW stat's feathers ruffled but -

Just for tonight's special occasion, I'm not like some of my neighbors leaving them on until Easter.

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1 minute ago, KoalaBeer said:

Question. Does LWM tend to run high on there temperature readings? It's something I've been curious about this season. Check out the personal weather station obs around it compared to the official 38 at LWM. 

 

 

CurrentObs.PNG

 

They seem to be running high in most scenarios for some reason. Sometimes like 3F too high 

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1 minute ago, sankaty said:

Very heavy snow.  6"

31/29

Looks like a great comma band is setting up over much of CT:

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Right where I thought it would...

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I just got home from work in Portsmouth.  It was a mix of slushy rain and catpaws when I left, no accumulations.  Around Epping it transitioned to heavy snow and 101 got real greasy. Lightened up once I got to Manchester.  1" or so at home.  It looked like the area just before Candia had a couple inches of accumulation.  

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Hi all! Still in EMA...where I've been since about noon on Friday.   After filming a little damage footage along Surfside rd. In Minot, MA, and the afternoon high tide..begun to drive WSW towards the Worcester area to document the snowfall there.  

Norwell, MA 38f/+RN

Oh yeah, uploaded raw, completely unedited cell-phone footage of huge waves crashing into and over ocean-front homes, and me, at Minot, MA...during height of the afternoon high tide. 

https://youtu.be/AIO0IEkuS-w

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3 minutes ago, HIPPYVALLEY said:

 Well the valley is pretty much in moderate baking soda right now so it's not going to really add up to much.   

Same here, more snow blowing off my roof than falling from the sky. The place where heavy snow bands come to die.

 

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27 minutes ago, Yukon Cornelius said:

Been stuck in the snow hole that’s running from Gardner southwest to Springfield. Hopefully that fills in soon. 

 Yeah it has an odd orientation. i've been snowing pretty hard here but baking powder.  4.5" but the .5" has  taken the last 90 minutes.

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With Raynham having flipped to almost all snow, too, it sounds like this is a sw to ne progression, rather than the usual nw to se.
Looks like 90% snow now..wicked windy too

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