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

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4 minutes ago, 40/70 Benchmark said:

Yea... think just west of me does a bit better, but no complaints.

Been dumping since about noon. Looks like a few more hours of this then an inch or two overnight. I think 20 burgers from 128 up through southern NH into Worcester

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3 minutes ago, shawnmov said:

Public report of 23.3" in Framingham.

I think that might be... a little high, but I also don't think it's out of reach in 1-2 more hours of this.

I don't often do formal measurements, but I think I'm going to make an exception this evening when I go out to shovel.

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Figured this still would go in this thread...
Lots of fun tomorrow too. Upstream ML low drops over the Northeast, 500mb temps plummet to around -35C. There's no low level cold advection going on behind this storm. Plus low to mid level moisture gets trapped in the broad circulation formed. We're talking total totals >50, even potentially some low level CAPE >100J/kg. 
Recipe for heavy snow squalls with whiteout conditions, maybe some thunder.

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7 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Mom in S Hooksett said my dad measured in 2 spots and got 18” and 19”.

I'm right about there as well. 

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If it's any consolation Cory the heaviest of that death band has been about ten miles to your west, and when the meat of it reaches your hill it won't be as intense.  But nevertheless you certainly missed a biggie.

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4 minutes ago, Zeus said:

I think that might be... a little high, but I also don't think it's out of reach in 1-2 more hours of this.

I don't often do formal measurements, but I think I'm going to make an exception this evening when I go out to shovel.

Was not a trained spotter, but you all have been hammered by that death band.  Public report of about 16 here in Lexington sounds about right with that band just about to make landfall here.

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2 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

495 band has temporarily stalled again...you can see the west edge bulging back.

 

 

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back her  up a few more miles....still coming down hard on my side of town, though

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Check out the mid level WV loop. You can really see some vortices ripping back westward north and west of the main surface low, in the shear zone of the cold conveyor.

I love me some GOES-16.

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5.5" - 6" here since midnight.  4.5" or so otg.  Heavy and wet.   32F -SN

A little disappointing relative to forecast but we probably wasted some qpf and never got into better rates despite them being overhead.  

Still looks pretty!  :snowman:

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4 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

495 band has temporarily stalled again...you can see the west edge bulging back.

 

 

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But the east edge has finally made it here and things are ramping up again.

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