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March 20th-22nd Not So Suppressed Storm Obs

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Just now, CPcantmeasuresnow said:

That will make this the 7th largest spring storm since records have been kept.

If they can get to 9.0 inches they will crack the top 5

hoping we get double digits in the park :)

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4 minutes ago, nycwinter said:

this might be central park biggest snowstorm this winter.. bigger than the jan 4 blizzard ..

12.2 here with that storm

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4.2" here in Garwood, NJ, central Union County.  Must be some sort of snow hole here, as I see greater amounts to our west, east, south and north.

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7 minutes ago, Snowlover11 said:

lol another dryslot in lower westchester, pretty much a dud, enjoy nyc folks.

I'm of course in the one part of the city that's missing out.

FML.

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9 minutes ago, Wetbulbs88 said:

Definitely not light snow. 

Sooo what is it in your area?  Flakes are super small where I am.  barely seeing them.  If it were moderate snow the projects won’t be so visible in the photo below.  

 

 

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Just now, Computer Guy said:

Sooo what is it in your area?  Flakes are super small where I am.  barely seeing them.  If it were moderate snow the projects won’t be so visible in the photo below.  

 

 

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I shoveled an area of my block an hour minutes ago and just a few minutes ago someone else was out there shoveling it. 

It would have to be whiteout for you to see intensity from there at night. 

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3 minutes ago, jm1220 said:

We’re just getting destroyed here under this band. Wow. 

Same here in SW Suffolk. This may be the heaviest snowfall rate that I have seen during astronomical spring since 1982.

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