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March 20th-22nd Not So Suppressed Storm Obs

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Bust for 95% of sub forum.  Everyone was hyping foot plus it doesn’t appear there will be one location in NJ or the greater Ny area touching 10 inches 

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1 minute ago, christhesnowman said:

Bust for 95% of sub forum.  Everyone was hyping foot plus it doesn’t appear there will be one location in NJ or the greater Ny area touching 10 inches 

Wanna bet?

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2 minutes ago, christhesnowman said:

Bust for 95% of sub forum.  Everyone was hyping foot plus it doesn’t appear there will be one location in NJ or the greater Ny area touching 10 inches 

I think there will be some 10 inch amounts, but the NWS 12 to 18 forecast went way overboard. It looks as if 6 to 10 was a good call.

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4 minutes ago, christhesnowman said:

Bust for 95% of sub forum.  Everyone was hyping foot plus it doesn’t appear there will be one location in NJ or the greater Ny area touching 10 inches 

Im 3.6” away now....

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1 minute ago, winterwx21 said:

I think there will be some 10 inch amounts, but the NWS 12 to 18 forecast went way overboard. It looks as if 6 to 10 was a good call.

some places will be between 12 and 18 inches..

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6 minutes ago, christhesnowman said:

Bust for 95% of sub forum.  Everyone was hyping foot plus it doesn’t appear there will be one location in NJ or the greater Ny area touching 10 inches 

Radar would argue against this post as would Surface and Upper Air Observations. Give it time . 

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15 minutes ago, doncat said:

What town you in?

New Dorp

Assuming you are doing similarly well over in Travis? Seems the band we have overhead stretches from Hoboken through Newark and into Middlesex County. 

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2 minutes ago, jm1220 said:

Finally some better rates here but I’d still say it’s light. My street is mostly wet. 

Snowcovered here but this dry slot is getting on my nerves.  

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4 minutes ago, Snowlover11 said:

going on hour 3 of a dryslot, and it looks to continue here.  bands are really not moving in.

Band over the north shore and LI sound are stubbornly not moving north.

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12 minutes ago, christhesnowman said:

Bust for 95% of sub forum.  Everyone was hyping foot plus it doesn’t appear there will be one location in NJ or the greater Ny area touching 10 inches 

90% of the population lives in the NYC boroughs and it’s far from a bust here. Already 4”-7” widespread.

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Snowing harder now

The bands look great coming into the area from the ocean

 

Sticking better now to everything

The fun is about to start

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Bust for 95% of sub forum.  Everyone was hyping foot plus it doesn’t appear there will be one location in NJ or the greater Ny area touching 10 inches 


Well ewr was at 5.5” at 4:30 i believe. I’m In jersey city and I’m over 6”...posters in Manhattan reporting the same


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5 minutes ago, ag3 said:

90% of the population lives in the NYC boroughs and it’s far from a bust here. Already 4”-7” widespread.

I would say bust in a different way. There was no reason to cancel school anywhere in NY/NJ. At most, early dismissal if it's an option. Roads were fine and mostly just wet until close to 4pm

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7 minutes ago, cjr231 said:

New Dorp

Assuming you are doing similarly well over in Travis? Seems the band we have overhead stretches from Hoboken through Newark and into Middlesex County. 

I'm now living near the manor rd post office so my snow measurements are from here, but my weather station is still at my childhood home in Travis (My sister lives there now). And yes doing well here also.

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2 minutes ago, Poker2015 said:

I would say bust in a different way. There was no reason to cancel school anywhere in NY/NJ. At most, early dismissal if it's an option. Roads were fine and mostly just wet until close to 4pm

Agreed, it's already a bust in the eyes of many. Kids should have went to school today, waste of a snowday. The snow had a hard time accumulating to pavement here, so I'm pretty sure it wasn't much better down at the coast.

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3 minutes ago, Snow88 said:

Snowing harder now

The bands look great coming into the area from the ocean

 

Sticking better now to everything

The fun is about to start

They are starting to diminish in intensity but still currently formidable.

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