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March 13th ... west Atlantic bombogenesis type low clipping SE New England, more certain ...may be expanding inland

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1 minute ago, STILL N OF PIKE said:

This has also trended stronger last few days.

i mean, we are talking about a monster

At this point I am really hoping for just an old fashioned 6 to 12 with dry snow moderate winds

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26 minutes ago, TauntonBlizzard2013 said:

Maybe I’m wrong... but the southern steam continuing to trend stronger is bad, and what’s causing this, at least in part to escape east. It’s almost like it’s dominating for longer and everything just happens too late because of that.

If that continues, I would not be surprised if this continues to tick east. 

I think that southern stream is being modeled stronger than it is/will be. Either way SE Ma should be good. 

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1 hour ago, 40/70 Benchmark said:

Here is my interpretation of the 12z EURO.

 

My Impression.png

Great to see the love.

 

4 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

At this point I am really hoping for just an old fashioned 6 to 12 with dry snow moderate winds

Let 'em crank.

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I think the Cape and far Southeast Mass will have trouble do to BL levels at this time of year and of course depending on this final storm track outcome.  The weather people in Tauton mentioned this.  The heaviest looks to be north/northwest of the Cape Cod Canal.  We'll see how it goes but I think generally eastern Mass with the exception of the far southshore, Cape and islands will get the lionshare based on this particular set-up as of now.  Of course any further east or west thick will alter this.

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12 minutes ago, Greg said:

I think the Cape and far Southeast Mass will have trouble do to BL levels at this time of year and of course depending on this final storm track outcome.  The weather people in Tauton mentioned this.  The heaviest looks to be north/northwest of the Cape Cod Canal.  We'll see how it goes but I think generally eastern Mass with the exception of the far southshore, Cape and islands will get the lionshare based on this particular set-up as of now.  Of course any further east or west thick will alter this.

850mb temps crash and so do the 925mb, this storm will have heavy precip rates with QPF amounts from 2-3" of QPF, this will bring surface temps from the mid 30s into the upper 20s

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Rooting for you guys once again! Just got home a little while ago here. Winter Storm Warning for us down here. 4-8''. Cannot believe I get in on the ULL and some form of help from the coastal, while the Mid Atlantic gets skipped.

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12 minutes ago, STILL N OF PIKE said:

So your outta Here after nammy

“Probably”. I say that because I’m getting my tax information together to give to my accountant Wednesday evening so the night is kind of running away...

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Are we looking at the potential of wind and power outages again in CT? We have friends who still do not have power in Oxford area!

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10 minutes ago, USCAPEWEATHERAF said:

850mb temps crash and so do the 925mb, this storm will have heavy precip rates with QPF amounts from 2-3" of QPF, this will bring surface temps from the mid 30s into the upper 20s

"Any further west or east tic will alter this."

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36 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

At this point I am really hoping for just an old fashioned 6 to 12 with dry snow moderate winds

 

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DST really sucks. Totally useless this early in the year. 

00z RPM out to 2 hours. Gonna be a long hour of waiting...sans the brief interruption where metfan tells us the 21z srefs look good. 

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5 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

DST really sucks. Totally useless this early in the year. 

00z RPM out to 2 hours. Gonna be a long hour of waiting...sans the brief interruption where metfan tells us the 21z srefs look good. 

Cue Steve extolling the value of baseball practice in 3 feet of snow....

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5 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

DST really sucks. Totally useless this early in the year. 

00z RPM out to 2 hours. Gonna be a long hour of waiting...sans the brief interruption where metfan tells us the 21z srefs look good. 

IDK, nice to come home from work in the light, also makes for a very late last ski run

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Just now, Ginx snewx said:

Lol the model runs will be there when you wake up.

You sound like Kevin. 

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6 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

DST really sucks. Totally useless this early in the year. 

00z RPM out to 2 hours. Gonna be a long hour of waiting...sans the brief interruption where metfan tells us the 21z srefs look good. 

DST is EXTREMELY useful now! We need every minute of evening daylight we can get for chasing ;)

Prospects of epic banding over eastern New England brought me here to watch y'all get hyped up! What a stretch.

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1 minute ago, OKpowdah said:

DST is EXTREMELY useful now! We need every minute of evening daylight we can get for chasing ;)

Prospects of epic banding over eastern New England brought me here to watch y'all get hyped up! What a stretch.

Sam!

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5 minutes ago, #NoPoles said:

PF needs to tell us one more time about the upcoming magical unicorn sprinkle upslope machine

So much hate Diane :lol:!

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3 minutes ago, OKpowdah said:

DST is EXTREMELY useful now! We need every minute of evening daylight we can get for chasing ;)

Prospects of epic banding over eastern New England brought me here to watch y'all get hyped up! What a stretch.

I mentioned your name the other day that your snow maps use to give a rise to many..................:lol:

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The NAM will be out to 18 hours by 10 o'clock and that's pretty much All you'll need to know if the NAM is going to have continuity or deviate

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