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March 12/13/14 Blizzard/Winter Storm/WWA etc

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Very good snow growth here in the BTV area with everything pasted nicely. This is a good start.

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4 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Boundary definitely went by. 31.8 now and see something on TDWR moving SE.

Yea I dropped 2 degrees and snow is fluffy and blowing off the trees creating whiteouts

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26 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Wow ACK down to 32Fwith pounding snow and 53mph sustained.

How high did they get sustained in Nor'easter #1?

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4 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

Yep...clear jack is gonna be interior SE MA...even a little off the water down near PYM is gonna be included. Like Carver up to Bridgewater. Crushed.

There will be some secondary higher ratio fluff jacks to the west, but the real crushing snow is going to be roughly BOS-PVD and southeast I think.

We're just too close to the ocean here. I bet Pembroke gets the goods.

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2 minutes ago, tavwtby said:

Looking at the radar it appears the western band and the east band are congealing on the CTRV...

Pounding now, excellent growth

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Just now, apm said:

How high did they get sustained in Nor'easter #1?

Thought they had 92mph gust, not sure about sustained... they may verify blizzard there if it keeps up

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That band struggled to push into the interior. Reinforcing band came in from the SE. 

They both seem to be congealing over BOS. Might get crushed here in the city.

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6 minutes ago, WxBlue said:

Vertical cross section on Tropical Tidbits FTW.

Levi out-did himself once again on this one.

march13model2.png

Sick

 

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Been watching rad closely... Intense band pivoting west got to about eastern Worcester County and went poof in like three frames... S+ (most likely) in that band down to rad signature consistent with S- ...

It's probably going to be this over the course of this affair... thus the topographical layout of snow totals will have max SE then narrowly with that deform axis out west.

About the latter... I don't believe the models had placed that feature there in prior runs ... that's interesting.

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