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

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15 minutes ago, tunafish said:

Yup, you can see the heavier band in York county, east of the death band, trying to link up with heavier band coming on shore SE of Augusta.

That process is almost complete.

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4 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Starting to get some flakes with better growth mixed in, but it’s like watching paint dry.

I think we get into it for a bit, enough to get us to a foot for the storm.  It is like the paint drying but it is still edging west.  If we're lucky it gets to us and then starts the pivot.  I feel bad for many on here....huge differences in what people are getting.  Been there a few times.  Even though we aren't under the best band it is still a good storm

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1 minute ago, wxsniss said:

And quickly.

You can see how quickly roads get covered after they get plowed. Helps that we cooled to upper 20s too.

Also, intensity now slowly increasing.

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7 minutes ago, BRSno said:

Death band making its way east?

It's been over us most of the day... it shifted west for an hour or two mid day, but came back close to an hour ago.  I can hear the limbs breaking in our woods.  Several large ones down in out front yard.

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There is just enough drifting to make it difficult to measure, especially since it's fluff, but somewhere around 16''. 

This is 15:1+ stuff here. 

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Besides an hour before the sun came up, when I was in the band that eventually parked in metrowest, it hasn't been bad in my area of plymouth. There was actually long thing oval of subsidence that hung out in my area all day. You can see bands rotate in from the ocean and when they pass the canal they die out. But I'm ok, we have cable, power, internet, heat, and my roof is intact.

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Just now, ORH_wxman said:

Big time snows for 495 to ORH right now. And N RI.

 

 

 

 

Mar13_321pmRadar.gif

That little weenie band has formed over my head far west... SN again...vis about 1sm

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2 minutes ago, The 4 Seasons said:

claims it was measured on tile, but even still, i wouldnt even be able to get 5" in the grass, so tile isnt going to add another 5" to my 3.8 total.

Yeah, flagged for quality control for sure. You see the guy in Sprague CT reporting 6"/hr fluff under that band? Wow.

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1 minute ago, ORH_wxman said:

Big time snows for 495 to ORH right now. And N RI.

 

 

 

 

Mar13_321pmRadar.gif

Looks like a nice potential for heavy snow further east as things depart.

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Finally into the good radar returns here.  Was dumping for the weenie drive.  7" so far.

Just noticed right across the river ~5mi away in Pembroke reporting 14".. crazy gradient if we're both accurate

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We have been hit hard in Wilmington the past storm took down lots of trees and power wires. This storm just brought down a few limbs in my yard still have power as of now. Coming down good looks like I'm in line with Ray and Greg right around 16" so far.

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3 minutes ago, USCAPEWEATHERAF said:

I made a very poor judgement on my snowfall map, I trust the models too much and you get burned

Life's about growing and learning, James. Just take what you learned and apply it in the future. 

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2 minutes ago, TauntonBlizzard2013 said:

Starting to get actual flakes again after 4 hours of saw dust. 

Hopefully that stuff coming off the Atlantic and the death band can for a good snow band with some staying power for eastern and southeastern ma

There's still solid 700-500 frontogenesis occurring over E MA, so the bands will likely produce for the next several hours.

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9 minutes ago, Hoth said:

Yeah, that sounds like BS to me. They probably jammed their ruler through last week's glacier and took the measurement.

Surprised your area missed the Band. Did it not snow hard or just not stick?

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9 minutes ago, dryslot said:

Back to +SN, Ripping here again 30dbz's+

Have not reached 4" yet, snow light/moderate last hour.  Unless some of that 30-35 dbz stuff moves north for a stay, I think your season total will be farther ahead of mine when the storm ends than it was before last week's storm.  Would like to see some Maine peeps break 20, and midcoast-LEW-IZG seems like the place.

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16 minutes ago, henry1978 said:

I can't figure out why wpri 12-15 miles to your north on the Seekonk/east pvd state line is only reporting 5-6.

Because they have 5-6”, and I have 9”. Probably wasn’t in the good band this morning as long. I was already at 5-6” by 10 AM.

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6 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

Big time snows for 495 to ORH right now. And N RI.

 

 

 

 

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Snowing pretty good here under that band. What’s your take on the snow tonight Freak was mentioning on the western spine from TOL county up to Hunch?

 

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