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January 19-20th Winter Storm Threat

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1 minute ago, NYCweatherNOW said:

I hear pings hope it’s stays pingy I don’t want rain

It will change to rain unfortunately but agree would like to keep the pings as long as possible 

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Just now, NYCweatherNOW said:

I hear pings hope it’s stays pingy I don’t want rain

Seems to be moving quickly north.  It went quickly from snow to sleet to rain on the north shore of LI.

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1 hour ago, sferic said:

After adjusting snowfall down late afternoon, NWS BGM now thinks warm tongue overdone and upped totals

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This is great to see.

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37 minutes ago, NYCweatherNOW said:

Come on I have a healthy coating in the Bronx and you have no stickage?

We finally flipped and got a coating. Paved surfaces are slushy, too.

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1 minute ago, LHSnow said:

Seems to be moving quickly north.  It went quickly from snow to sleet to rain on the north shore of LI.

Yea the surface above freezing anywhere near the metro area so would expect the change to rain to be pretty quick 

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Just changed over rather quickly to sleet after mixing for a few minutes in Tarrytown. Maybe got an inch of snow on the ground prior to changeover.

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995mb low is still in E KY, winds indicate that secondary low is forming over E VA. Just started mixing with sleet here.

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995mb low is still in E KY, winds indicate that secondary low is forming over E VA. Just started mixing with sleet here.
This makes sense to me tbh..

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9 minutes ago, weatherpruf said:

18 in Syracuse? Yawn...might take more than that to panic those folks!

I was referring to the increase in such cities as Binghamton where the forecast amount had previously been slashed.

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995mb low is still in E KY, winds indicate that secondary low is forming over E VA. Just started mixing with sleet here.
Also.. Can you provide the picture. I can't seem to get my phone to load it on the website.

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3 minutes ago, NJwx85 said:

995mb low is still in E KY, winds indicate that secondary low is forming over E VA. Just started mixing with sleet here.

Was this expected? Is it a good thing?

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4 minutes ago, NJwx85 said:

995mb low is still in E KY, winds indicate that secondary low is forming over E VA. Just started mixing with sleet here.

Per wunderground your area is already 32/33, so you should be in the clear for ice

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Was this expected? Is it a good thing?
Would mean the r/s line should retreat south.

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Forecast is going pretty much as expected. Primary low isn’t dead yet. Some cyclonic rotation is also present in E PA where the greatest pressure drops have been.

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1 minute ago, psv88 said:

Per wunderground your area is already 32/33, so you should be in the clear for ice

I’m at 31 and the temperature has fallen 2 degrees since 8:00.

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