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18z EPS ticked east. Not a huge change but ticks matter. Still over 4 days out 

 

 

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March 2005 was amazing.  I was walking up Corey Hill at the height of it and actually questioned whether or not I’d make it,,,as in survive.

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I don't think the system emerging off the southeast coast should really be the focus… Although wonders never cease 

it's really about the secondary/Miller "beer" proposal by the EPS  and op euro

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11 minutes ago, Typhoon Tip said:

Is that a tick east or just more intense ... 

not that it matters

It looked slightly east but it may be slightly stronger too. But you're right, it doesn't matter. This is noise though it does support what you've been saying about the subtle trends toward an earlier commitment to the secondary development. 

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For how little it's worth the Nam looks very aggressive with the N/stream depth on this run

I mean it really looks like it wants to bring that over Chicago which should be farther south if that were the case

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Just now, ORH_wxman said:

It looked slightly east but it may be slightly stronger too. But you're right, it doesn't matter. This is noise though it does support what you've been saying about the subtle trends toward an earlier commitment to the secondary development. 

Yeah you read my mind… That's what I was really after is wondering how the trend was going. 

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1 hour ago, ORH_wxman said:

18z EPS ticked east. Not a huge change but ticks matter. Still over 4 days out

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That wouldn't take much to be a big deal.  100 miles SE and good early development, quick hitting high-impact blitz for a lot of people.

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March 05 was a Great Plains-style blizzard.  I remember upper 40s to low 20s in a couple of hours.  3" - 5" inches of snow, 50mph+ wind gusts.  An all-time traffic nightmare in CT.  It took one of my employees 8 hours to make a 25 mile drive home.

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3 minutes ago, Go Kart Mozart said:

March 05 was a Great Plains-style blizzard.  I remember upper 40s to low 20s in a couple of hours.  3" - 5" inches of snow, 50mph+ wind gusts.  An all-time traffic nightmare in CT.  It took one of my employees 8 hours to make a 25 mile drive home.

 

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GGEM was close to something big too but it was slightly disorganized. Still looked like several inches though...for the interior anyway. 

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Just now, weathafella said:

Euro delivering a snowstorm Wednesday 

Where at, any luck down here or is it still CNE/NNE?

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1 minute ago, Spanks45 said:

Where at, any luck down here or is it still CNE/NNE?

Most of New England 

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Just now, weathafella said:

Most of New England 

Thanks! Hoping we can grab at least a few inches before the artic air gets here...nothing worse than bare, frozen ground ..

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11 minutes ago, weathafella said:

Euro delivering a snowstorm Wednesday 

Basically the same amounts, just arrived differently. Less phasing and more meager QPF, as opposed to more precip type issues.

This is why I don't expect a huge solution....the more phased runs will hug more, and the snowier, colder solutions will be less phased.

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It’s akin to 12/9/05 in its development in some ways.  Verbatim pedestrian but beware of a few hours of mayhem!

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For those of us with piss-poor memories, what did March 05 do in ORH?  I was living there then and am completely blanking.

Enjoy whatever happens from this one.  I'll be away and when I arrive at midnight Friday/Sat, I imagine the bulk of the cold will have shifted as well. 

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