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

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Just now, moneypitmike said:

Great--I'm glad s/he is a spotter.  It's going to be tough to get anything accurate.  I've been in 1/4 visibility for what seems like hours and I have no snow on my car, a road that's mostly snow-free and a deck that doesn't have a flake.

 

That's good Kennebec River living right there..........lol

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4 minutes ago, dryslot said:

Going to replacing that first band with another one developing to the SE and moving to the NW.

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This one is crushing me right now.  best rates since the xmas storm for me.

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38 minutes ago, sbos_wx said:

495 and 128 is about to enter a period of subsidence. Band rotating toward BOS and super band over the typical areas west.

I still haven't seen subsidence yet.  It filled in.

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1 minute ago, DomNH said:

Man it's really ****ing pounding. 

Congrats man. Idk if it has enough of a push to get back this way. I may get Kevin’d.

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1 minute ago, Chrisrotary12 said:

LOL at this storm.  Two mega bands died on my doorstep and now the next one forms on my back porch.  Can't win. 

Same here. I’m just about 7 miles to your SE as the crow flies. If you are indeed in Nashua. 

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2 minutes ago, henry1978 said:

You called it yesterday, congrats. Did you measure 5, it seems high.  Pics from the 5th ward look under 5.

I did but in two measurements, and the second was very, very drifty so had to just average around the yard. It's somewhere between 4 and 5. 

Well thanks, but i take no pleasure in being right, and even my barely informed pessimism will be way high.

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1 minute ago, tunafish said:

This one is crushing me right now.  best rates since the xmas storm for me.

That bad boy is still building, The vertical lift has to be thru the roof.

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5 minutes ago, TauntonBlizzard2013 said:

How much do you have so far? I think we’re going to be in this subsistence zone for a while anyway... hopefully if that bands in Eastern conn swings through we can grab some scraps 

about 9-10 depending where you measure. The wind is blowing it all around

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1 minute ago, Greg said:

I still haven't seen subsidence yet.  It filled in.

I'm seeing it here as it snows absolute dog **** snow growth for the past few hours.

Pathetic.

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Near white out at times now when winds are right.. Measured 3.5"

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1 minute ago, SR Airglow said:

Looks like the ocean band is dying. Congrats IJD-ORH-MHT on this storm it looks like.

Not quite.

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2 minutes ago, Superstorm said:

Congrats UConn

 

 

That band is hardly moving.

 Meh. They were in between bands for most of the event. I don't think they ever got into the mega band, either (by a few miles). I'm glad I'm in RI for this event instead!

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2 minutes ago, NeonPeon said:

I did but in two measurements, and the second was very, very drifty so had to just average around the yard. It's somewhere between 4 and 5. 

Well thanks, but i take no pleasure in being right, and even my barely informed pessimism will be way high.

ryan hanrahan forecast 6-9 for the south coast of rhode island. He absolutely smoked the Nws.  They were forecasting 16 for you.

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4 minutes ago, NeonPeon said:

I did but in two measurements, and the second was very, very drifty so had to just average around the yard. It's somewhere between 4 and 5. 

Well thanks, but i take no pleasure in being right, and even my barely informed pessimism will be way high.

Also, I'm a mile north of there, which sometimes matters with this island.

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6 minutes ago, Chrisrotary12 said:

LOL at this storm.  Two mega bands died on my doorstep and now the next one forms on my back porch.  Can't win

It is really coming down in Pepperell the last hour or so, has to be close to ya.

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2 minutes ago, SR Airglow said:

Looks like the ocean band is dying. Congrats IJD-ORH-MHT on this storm it looks like.

MHT is playing catch up, only about 4" down but easily snowing 2"+ an hour

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