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50 minutes ago, EastCoast NPZ said:

35/17.  Perfect for a nice cold rain storm.

I dont even know if we are getting that. A lot of the short term stuff is showing a whiff to our north with the first batch of precip. Second one looks icy for a bit.

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7 minutes ago, poolz1 said:

You know, I really dont follow it often....I have no educated response.  I do know that NEMD has trended better while other areas have held serve or trended worse.  18z Mon to 18z Tue is still evolving imo..

Thanks,  appreciate it .

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3 minutes ago, MD Snow said:

18z nam is an improvement for frozen dc north and snow baltimore north and east with the first wave.  

It’s an honest 3” in FDK east to 4 in parts of N Baltimore/Harford counties. 

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9 minutes ago, NorthArlington101 said:

12k upping the ice game for MBY... running a little warm too. It’s totally on its own but I’m going to continue to hug it. Woo 0.4” of ice.

 

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Yeah I don't buy that for here. With surface temps right around freezing, and if the mid levels warm that quickly, its a cold rain.

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18z NAM is a respectable event north of a DC to Annapolis line, IMO.  Wouldnt shock me to see jackpotvilke jackpot is the NAM were right.

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1 hour ago, ravensrule said:

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Thanks Ravens.. 3-6 for catonsville/ Woodlawn.  I will take it

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I would expect warnings to go up in the northern tier just looking at the 12z euro and now 18z nam. Short term meso's support. 3-6 of snow followed by a lot of ice. 

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35 minutes ago, BaltimoreWxGuy said:

Don’t forget east Baltimore by the bay lol

My boss loves snow but lives east of Baltimore by middle river right near the water. He is always complaining. Even when my school on the west side of Baltimore city gets 2-4” he often has virtually nothing.  Any marginal even he gets screwed. I keep telling him he lives in the snow anus of central MD. 

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Was precip suppose to be here this soon? The radar already has composite returns overhead. It may just be a few more hours before we get drizzle or flurries. 36/17 here

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14 minutes ago, psuhoffman said:

My boss loves snow but lives east of Baltimore by middle river right near the water. He is always complaining. Even when my school on the west side of Baltimore city gets 2-4” he often has virtually nothing.  Any marginal even he gets screwed. I keep telling him he lives in the snow anus of central MD. 

Truth. Outside of that one good event that we got 5-6” from, next to nothing around these parts from everything else. We know the warming around the bay plays a big role but can never seem to get the banding that Montgomery County to Carroll County gets either 

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11 minutes ago, snowfan said:

I sure hope some of you are not buying the NAM output. 6-10 isnt happening.

Nobody is buying the clown maps of the NAM. Clearly they don’t agree with the conditional precip type maps. I’ve been looking at positive snow depth change on the 12k and ferrier on the 3K for more accurate representations

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15 minutes ago, Snow36 said:

Was precip suppose to be here this soon? The radar already has composite returns overhead. It may just be a few more hours before we get drizzle or flurries. 36/17 here

I am viewing CHART cams and do not see snowfall hitting the ground anywhere attm

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1 minute ago, SnowGolfBro said:

Unfortunately the forecasted temps have been right on point.

The high at least. Temp was slower than expected for most of the day but spiked recently

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2 minutes ago, SnowGolfBro said:

 

Our temps were revised down for a high temp 37 before revised down to 34 for a high currently 33.

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Temp around 33-35 here near the bay east Baltimore. Maybe since the water is kind of cold it may help a little on this one 

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16 minutes ago, lpaschall said:

I am viewing CHART cams and do not see snowfall hitting the ground anywhere attm

I do see snow falling on old morgantown cam and exit 35 I-70 cam [which I believe is near boonsboro]. Over central md there's nothing on base radar so it makes sense. It's virga on composite but it should saturate soon if it's already done so farther west.

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1 hour ago, clskinsfan said:

I dont even know if we are getting that. A lot of the short term stuff is showing a whiff to our north with the first batch of precip. Second one looks icy for a bit.

Hope it all misses us, then.

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38/20

Looking forward to a half inch or so of slop followed by 1-2" of warm rain. At least I wont have to watch several inches of snow wash away in a matter of hours.

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