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Lava Rock

11/27 - Everything and the Kitchen Sink Obs

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Just flipped to wet aggregates in North Deering. That's a little earlier than forecast (I thought a brief flip in PWM was possible later tonight).

HRRR noticeably colder now. 

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52 minutes ago, dendrite said:

GFS thermals can suck it.

What a garbage performance. It had rains to IZG, meanwhile I'm wondering if I have to fire up the snowblower in the morning.

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Any thoughts on whether we stay all snow on the hill?

Just flipped to wet aggregates in North Deering. That's a little earlier than forecast (I thought a brief flip in PWM was possible later tonight).
HRRR noticeably colder now. 


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Mine is busted. Getting new part tomorrow. Not greatest timing

What a garbage performance. It had rains to IZG, meanwhile I'm wondering if I have to fire up the snowblower in the morning.


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3 minutes ago, OceanStWx said:

What a garbage performance. It had rains to IZG, meanwhile I'm wondering if I have to fire up the snowblower in the morning.

I bet you will, GFS was terrible, 18z guidance all looked colder other then that POS.

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3 minutes ago, OceanStWx said:

What a garbage performance. It had rains to IZG, meanwhile I'm wondering if I have to fire up the snowblower in the morning.

Yes terrible. And it wasn’t just one or two “off” runs either. It tracked 850 low into NNH/N VT area for several days...

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3 minutes ago, Lava Rock said:

Any thoughts on whether we stay all snow on the hill?

 


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Midlevels are prob gonna get you later tom morning and midday but there's a lot of paste between now and then. 

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3 minutes ago, Lava Rock said:

Any thoughts on whether we stay all snow on the hill?

 

I have thoughts. My forecast may be EvenPleasantCats-size_restricted.gif

 

The latest RAP just keeps you hovering around 32/33 at the surface, but plenty cool aloft. Through 10z or so anyway. You can add up plenty by then.

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Just now, OceanStWx said:

I have thoughts. My forecast may be EvenPleasantCats-size_restricted.gif

 

The latest RAP just keeps you hovering around 32/33 at the surface, but plenty cool aloft. Through 10z or so anyway. You can add up plenty by then.

You may end up low in your questionable area.

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Just now, dryslot said:

You may end up low in your questionable area.

The general idea was high end advisory with the option to upgrade later. Always easier than going to warning only to back off once it is 33 RA.

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Just now, OceanStWx said:

The general idea was high end advisory with the option to upgrade later. Always easier than going to warning only to back off once it is 33 RA.

That's a fact, Were down to 3/4sm now, So its ripping fairly good, 32/30°F

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1 minute ago, OceanStWx said:

I think I'm just over 5 miles from PWM, they're 36 and +RA and I'm on my way to 0.5" snow.

I think it's time for a weather station. 

In and up 

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22 minutes ago, wxeyeNH said:

Well that's a wrap for the power. Just went out doing this on my cell phone. Very heavy snow the digital thermometer I put outside shows 31.6 so the Davis is off. Okay got to get the generator going and bring in the electric cords to hook up everything. I think this is going to be a very long outage with me being up here in the hill kind of at the end of the line. I'll post the snow total a little later.

Well that sucks, hope your power company knew it was coming, we did

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The blocked southeasterly flow bodes well for the ski areas on the east side of the Spine tonight.  This should be pretty solid for the upper east side elevations.  Then it'll switch to NW flow tomorrow and flip around, ha.  Amazing how much wind direction matters in the NNE mountains.

Chittenden County on the west slopes getting downslope wave style gusty winds with little precip...BTV only 0.02" recorded so far.  0.24" at MVL so far on the ASOS, could be up to 0.4" over the ski resort corridor so far with the lift assist.

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15 minutes ago, MarkO said:

Looks like even elevated parts of N. Wor county (Ashburnham area) getting in on the goods. I didn't think any part of central/east MA was getting snow out of this one.

Maybe out by Royalston and Warwick as well

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