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

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3 minutes ago, OceanStWx said:

Great @CoastalWx, Diane almost quit the board.

Well, if the only posters who are complaining have weenies, it's not the labia that's the problem ;)

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The town of Sandwich is getting annihilated. Constant pounding with heavy wet snow bands. Almost the entire town without power. Telephone poles on fire, lots of main roads blocked with down trees...disastah!

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Just now, MBRI said:

this has me at  4-6" . I have 15" right now

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did you email your total to wpri channel 12 providence? They were complaining that a snarky weather watcher from west Greenwich emailed them with a snow report.

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That's weird. ...  after descending to almost 27 my temp here in Ayer has popped back to 30.  The snow is less fluffy again ... are we wrapping warm air back west? huh

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9 minutes ago, OceanStWx said:

Even Kevin's screaming sou'easter in October couldn't take 'em all down up on this hill. 

When they built the thing 20 years ago, apparently nobody thought the forest would grow up to block the radar.

Someone need to chop them down and sell them for firewood next winter.

Logging is Maine's thing, after all... ;)

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Just now, StormSurge said:

From my buddy in Lisbon, CT 

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What the heck is that?  22" compact and 24" Total?  Wooow.  That's what I'd be expecting for anyone lucky enough to get in that band.  

 

Now Woonsocket, Home I always beat, reported 16" 20 minutes ago; BUT, there has been a random reporter the season from Woonsocket that's always too high.  So I don't know.  

 

Praying I don't miss a Super rare 20"er cause I've clearly missed a Rare 15"er.  :fulltilt:  

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2 minutes ago, #NoPoles said:

The town of Sandwich is getting annihilated. Constant pounding with heavy wet snow bands. Almost the entire town without power. Telephone poles on fire, lots of main roads blocked with down trees...disastah!

Sounds fun ha.

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Just now, henry1978 said:

did you email your total to wpri channel 12 providence? They were complaining that a snarky weather watcher from west Greenwich emailed them with a snow report.

no i have been reporting to skywarn taunton since 5 am every hour

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14 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

You guys b*tching about over a foot are such phucking babies. Tuck in your labia and accept you can't jack every event. 

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13 minutes ago, TauntonBlizzard2013 said:

A top event this is not. Those runs last night were obviously junk.

this whole storm was so banded minus the first few hours. Really the only winners have been in a 20 mile wide band for 4 hours.

Awesome event for those that got in it. Big March snow is always fun.

 

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1 minute ago, wxsniss said:

Remnants of mega band have breached 495 wall... ticking east... I think by 4pm Boston area will be singing a different tune

That band was moving east a little while ago.  I've been snowing steadily ever since.

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1 minute ago, WxBlue said:

Someone need to chop them down and sell them for firewood next winter.

Logging is Maine's thing, after all... ;)

It's harder when we don't own the trees. :ph34r:

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Band congealing near and just E of ORH....that is impressive looking....BOS finally getting out of the exhaust

 

 

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3 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Getting another push west of the main band up into the Lakes Region of NH. Now or never.

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Kezar Falls been under that death band for like 4 hrs.

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2 minutes ago, metagraphica said:

Low level circulation definitely ripping off to the east now...

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Do you see the other low that is closer, I can.

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2 minutes ago, TheSnowman said:

What the heck is that?  22" compact and 24" Total?  Wooow.  That's what I'd be expecting for anyone lucky enough to get in that band.  

 

Now Woonsocket, Home I always beat, reported 16" 20 minutes ago; BUT, there has been a random reporter the season from Woonsocket that's always too high.  So I don't know.  

 

Praying I don't miss a Super rare 20"er cause I've clearly missed a Rare 15"er.  :fulltilt:  

Exactly. He found his yardstick. 22”

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6 minutes ago, nianticct said:

those maps are terrible 17 in Norwich and 17 in waterford

How far from Niantic River waterfront are you? Trying to confirm that a friend's sandbagging me in a friendly wager for Niantic this storm. My old stomping grounds.

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7 minutes ago, #NoPoles said:

Well, if the only posters who are complaining have weenies, it's not the labia that's the problem ;)

Yeah poor choice of words. Just hate the whining. 

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