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April 2nd SNE stats padder no foolin, obs and discussion

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33 minutes ago, Cold Miser said:

Close to.3" in Brooklyn.

Just shy of 2.5" where I am in Putnam right now. Ripping at a nice clip.

Old man Winter has listened to our stories of February discontent and is making up for it, pushing the Easter Rabbit back into his hole and putting a hold on those daffodils.

Just sent my wife to the snow  board, lol watched her on our CCTV 3 new Moosup

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18 minutes ago, metagraphica said:

4" in 4 hours since I woke up.  4.2" down so far.  Had huge fluffy flakes earlier.  Now back to normal moderate snow.

4 at work now, saw some dipping dots in the heavy burst, convective

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1 minute ago, Sugarloaf1989 said:

4" here, but most roads are snow free. Part of my driveway has snow on it. Heaviest snow for the last month at least.

 

That's impressive!   1.5" on grass etc here.   More than the flurries that I was expecting so nice surprise,however,  I was enjoying the ground drying out this weekend.

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Coming down at a pretty good clip in Manomet. Flake size has increased. Accumulating on everything but pavement. The air is dead still, so it is quite beautiful

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It's going to be interesting to see if the sun down shine significantly this afternoon... The back edge of this little critter is already passing rapidly through the Berks and according to hi res vis imagery ...Albany should have sun at this point; I mentioned this all yesterday that it was whisking seaward about as fast as it starts up.   

Looks like Euro was the best tool on this one?   ...I haven't been paying as close attention to this.  I have been passively eyeing the signal for the weekend ...tho that one looks to be in trouble.  Not sure though.   Up here in Shrewbury we have this burst of moderate snow for a couple of hours and the grass is solidly covered - not sure but perhaps 2.5" ...roads are black/wet. 

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1 minute ago, weathafella said:

Hi res RGEM FTW?  Last nights euro also.

Euro is too wet. Had .25" just north of BOS. Not sure that happens.

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1 minute ago, CoastalWx said:

Euro is too wet. Had .25" just north of BOS. Not sure that happens.

But the signal for a real event vs under an inch which other guidance had.

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6 minutes ago, Sugarloaf1989 said:

31.5F here with steady light snow. Ground is just too warm in most places for snow to accumulate on pavement around here.

Rates aren’t good enough either where you are.

 

main roads have snow/slush...back roads are covered. Parking lots are thick with cover here too. 

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3 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

Wife says around 6” at home. She has a good eye for half a foot. 

Mailman or pool boy?

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8 minutes ago, Typhoon Tip said:

It's going to be interesting to see if the sun down shine significantly this afternoon... The back edge of this little critter is already passing rapidly through the Berks and according to hi res vis imagery ...Albany should have sun at this point; I mentioned this all yesterday that it was whisking seaward about as fast as it starts up.   

Looks like Euro was the best tool on this one?   ...I haven't been paying as close attention to this.  I have been passively eyeing the signal for the weekend ...tho that one looks to be in trouble.  Not sure though.   Up here in Shrewbury we have this burst of moderate snow for a couple of hours and the grass is solidly covered - not sure but perhaps 2.5" ...roads are black/wet. 

Cloud line moving rapidly SEward.  Missed the snow by 40 miles but an hour ago it was deeply overcast with virga.  Now blue skies as the shield is galloping away

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Heavy snow under the band in Middletown.  5.5" of super fluffy snow with 3+ in the past two hours.  Very surprised how efficiently it is accumulating on roads.  I have almost as much on our driveway as we have on colder surfaces.

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