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This has been trending colder and more of a net gainer for NNE on the nam and btv wrf, there is a more noticeable N drain all the way down to Nashua NH Tuesday am (very nill chance that effects precip may some pingers down here) but for Alex this looks mostly frozen to me and I believe Gene at 1100’? Or so should see another slushy couple by 8 am.

looks solid for The Cat as they approach 30” for season

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2 minutes ago, STILL N OF PIKE said:

This has been trending colder and more of a net gainer for NNE on the nam and btv wrf, there is a more noticeable N drain all the way down to Nashua NH Tuesday am (very nill chance that effects precip may some pingers down here) but for Alex this looks mostly frozen to me and I believe Gene at 1100’? Or so should see another slushy couple by 8 am.

looks solid for The Cat as they approach 30” for season

I'd take it. It's been nice to have snow on the ground these past few days. Hard to remember that it's not even Thanksgiving yet... 

Not sold on not getting lots of liquid with this one though. Our forecast is not too promising but I'd love to be wrong!

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2" or so on the deck rail when I left home at 6:40.  It seems like every year the road crews take a couple of storms to remember how to keep the roads clear.  It was a crap drive in to work.

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Event totals: 0.8” Snow/0.19” L.E.

 

Details from the 6:00 A.M. Waterbury observations:

New Snow: 0.8 inches

New Liquid: 0.19 inches

Snow/Water Ratio: 4.2

Snow Density: 23.8% H2O

Temperature: 34.0 F

Sky: Snow (2-12 mm flakes)

Snow at the stake: 1.0 inches

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Blech. You can keep that Gene. I’m all set with that much snow with an inch of rain on top of it. At least Fri looks more wintry. Up to 33.5°. 

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I had a quick 2.3" before changeover to freezing rain just after 4 AM. Now just a 33° F rain and everything is slush. It's not really enough to snow blow and it's going to be a skating rank later today once the cold gets here.

This event definitely was less elevation and more latitude dependent than last Friday's. Very little wind too, so orographic effects are pretty much nil this go around.

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We had 2.5 inches at the house when I left at 6:.45.  It was a looong trip to St. J and there were a number of cars and a couple of vans off the road, esp north of Bradford.

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Measured 2.0" on 0.21" LE at 7, and my wife said it was still snowing almost 2 hours later when the plow came.  Snow-covered roads until the Rt 225 intersection 10 miles out, though no signs of anybody having taken the ditch on Mile Hill.  Snow began to mix just north of 225, went to catpaws at Belgrade Village, all rain by the Irving station 19 miles from home, and no sign of snow down by the K'bec in Augusta, where it's been RA- all morning.  Yesterday's low of 15 was the season's 1st sub-20 and Sunday's 30 was the 1st sub-freezing max.  (Seems likely to add 2-3 more of those this week.)  

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49 minutes ago, Sugarloaf1989 said:

Looks like 6-8" at MRG with folks skinning up.

Yeah I'd put that about what Stowe has.  

Given the 6-10" of very wet dense snow that was on the ground up on the mountain, this is adding nicely to that.

Looks like 8-10" on the ground here at the base in terms of snow depth and that's some hefty water content snow.  Great base for mid-November.

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About 3-4" atop the 2" I swept at 7 this morning, before the change to RA about noon.  Snowblower still in shed, blocked by cart, mower, tiller - work to do when I get home.  (Or a driveway masquerading as an iceberg by tomorrow.)

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2 hours ago, borderwx said:

Still coming down

7” so far. 

Damn nice!  

My best estimate was 6.5" at the base of Stowe.  However with the previous event there's like 8-10" on the ground and it's heafty snow.  

Looks like winter.

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