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3 minutes ago, CT Rain said:

I thought we'd struggle to get more than 2 or 3 - I figured we'd mix at least a bit. I think our forecast worked out OK. 

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Def, the best out of all three. If i was doing a map i would have had (in my head) 0-1 shore to around i84, 1-3" above that and 3-6" in the far NW and NE hills only.

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Actually seems like the heaviest totals may have been up in Burlington/Farmington, CT - have a few reports of 6" or a bit more up that way. 

Maybe some convergence along the front enhanced things a bit compared to places farther NW in the hills?

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4.0" here in Dover. Look like we met GYX's forecast from this morning. Should also meet GYX's last call of 6". 

As "crappy" as this winter has been for most people on here, next inch should push this winter to 2nd snowiest in my entire sunbathing lifetime so I can't really complain.

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Anywhere between  4 and 6 inches here.. will measure in the morning.. still have huge flakes coming down. I was pretty shocked when I looked outside and pleasantly  surprised!!!! :)

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Just now, CT Rain said:

You're lucky - Woodbury flipped to rain for a while.

Yeah lived on the edge here Ryan. On the northeast side of town though. Back where I now live in Waterbury didn't do so well lol.

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7 hours ago, Ginx snewx said:

He’s like 500 ft lower and south of Kev , wonder if Kev did flip

300 ft lower but 3 miles Northeast of Kev

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11 minutes ago, The 4 Seasons said:

From what i saw on the NWS Eastern HQ page, BDL is 75% of normal and BDR is 60% of normal. That's not horrific really.

Yeah I think it’s mostly the tenor of the season. At least in my mind. Everything that can go wrong...

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...HIGH IMPACT SNOW SQUALLS EXPECTED BETWEEN 3 AND 7 PM THIS EVENING WILL RESULT IN VERY HAZARDOUS TRAVEL... The rain and snow will have exited eastern New England in time for the morning rush hour. Untreated roads across interior southern New England will remain snow covered and slippery. Some black ice may develop along the Boston to Providence corridor as temperatures fall below freezing. While dry weather will prevail through early afternoon, an arctic cold front will approach from the west. High impact snow squalls are expected to cross western MA/northern CT between 3 and 5 pm, and eastern MA/RI between 5 and 7 pm. The snow squalls should exit the southeast New England coast by 8 pm. These snow squalls may be quite widespread, resulting in briefly very heavy snow, strong winds, and near white-out conditions. While snow squalls will last less than 30 minutes in most locations, very hazardous travel is expected during part of the evening rush hour. Snow accumulations of a coating to 1.5 inches are anticipated

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