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

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1 minute ago, wxsniss said:

Boston folks that mega band to our northwest looks to be decaying and maybe reforming over Worcester?

We'll get our turn... all that will collapse over us, and in the meantime watch that sharp process to our east incoming...

Not worried, that stuff coming in from the ocean is def gonna deliver.

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Just now, HIPPYVALLEY said:

Yeah, it must be some phenomenon with the radar, precip rates in the mid level and topography because you would think that the entire I-91 corridor had an insane band parked over it but nobody I know up and down the valley is seeing SN+.

Might be wrong but I think Wiz mentioned the column never fully saturated on models?  Maybe some sublimation going on, under the radar, in any dry layers.

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1 minute ago, JJBASHB said:

Might be wrong but I think Wiz mentioned the column never fully saturated on models?  Maybe some sublimation going on, under the radar, in any dry layers.

Drift under the beam. Ground truth is slightly more SW of the echoes the more you get away from the radar site (assuming strong NE winds).

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Man, windham county getting destroyed right now...band reforming there and looks like expanding up to ORH

 

 

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4 minutes ago, MaineJayhawk said:

Yeah, we're getting smoked in North Windham

Classic maine CCB, just pouring it on.

Down east maine will jack.

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5 minutes ago, MaineJayhawk said:

Yeah, we're getting smoked in North Windham

3" right now on the ground, This is 1-3"/hr rates right now easily, 37 dbz

 

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The poster modfan's old stomping grounds getting destroyed near Woodstock and Putnam.

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Bands dying right when they hit the bay. Its always that oes burst that dies. Worst snow of the event now and brightening skies.

Real stinging sand out there.  Are lucky that we didn't flip faster because the frozen slop is weighing things down. Power has gone out a couple times.

5"

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2 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

Man, windham county getting destroyed right now...band reforming there and looks like expanding up to ORH

 

 

Mar13_1156amRadar.gif

Combined with GYX radar, safe to say we'll get the reforming band too. Losing visibility here.

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The radar may not look amazing up here, but its snowing hard as all hell in Gloucester.

That band coming in off the ocean shortly should be epic.

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Up to 5” in Ansonia now.... went from moderate to brightened sky and flurries in the last half hour  snow falling back up to 32

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1 minute ago, dendrite said:

Starting to ramp up. Dryslots band is moving in. Up to 27.6°

Its a good one 1/8 mi vis

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3 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

The poster modfan's old stomping grounds getting destroyed near Woodstock and Putnam.

I'm following from Okeechobee County in FL, last I heard I. Woodstock was 5" about 2hrs ago, got to be close to 8 now.

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