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Confidence increases for coastal storm threat along Eastern Seaboard

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Considering all the epic totals the models were spitting out along the megalopolis this event is busting harder than stormy daniels at the annual 4th of july coney island weenie eating contest when she finds out the weenies are only 6 inches instead of 12.

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17 minutes ago, EastonSN+ said:

This is going to be a huge bust for NWS if the models are correct.

Or it could be a big victory if the models are wrong. But I might be biased.

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8 minutes ago, CT Rain said:

This is going to be an epic bust I fear. 

This def has the "feel" of one of those busts...like Feb '89 or something.

I still expect a period of decent snow but won't be surprised if its only 2-4 inches instead of 6-8.

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Euro must be rolling out shortly.  Been a nice discussion though this AM.  Forum will likely creep to a crawl an be offline for the next 3-4hrs.

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Ukie came north a bit, so the Euro prob will too...but I don't expect it to look like some of those huge solutions from the NAM/RPM/HRRR etc.

It will compromise, but win the battle...the others will prob cave more in the next 6 hours.

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If the other models cave to the Euro up here, It will be a total multi model flop as the Euro had 0.01" qpf at 0z here or what i would call, Flakes in the air.

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22 minutes ago, sbos_wx said:

Website works as well as the US Government 

Don’t knock till you know it.

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5 minutes ago, CT Rain said:

This is going to be an epic bust I fear. 

Why did you guys increase your forecast?

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