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Midweek event, Yah or Nah? February 27-28th Clipper

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I ended up with more than i expected. 0.8" Most in our area were in the T-0.5 range. NWS OKX blew that forecast big time, no reason for those advisories.

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Another under for BOS.  Looks like 3.4 is their final...not egregious but lower than most nearby.

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10 minutes ago, weathafella said:

Another under for BOS.  Looks like 3.4 is their final...not egregious but lower than most nearby.

Wasn't 3.4 their 7am ob? How would they end up with a final of 3.4 ?

They were under good echoes for at least another couple hours with 1 mile vis SN- and even picked up a few hundreths in the can. With this blower powder, that easily could've been another half to 3 quarters of an inch.

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1 hour ago, ORH_wxman said:

Wasn't 3.4 their 7am ob? How would they end up with a final of 3.4 ?

They were under good echoes for at least another couple hours with 1 mile vis SN- and even picked up a few hundreths in the can. With this blower powder, that easily could've been another half to 3 quarters of an inch.

It's BS. I measured 4.1 at 8am and it was still snowing decently then. I walk to work at Logan everyday. There should be no difference.

They probably went out to measure at 1pm after 4 hours of sun and measured 2.1 or something like that. Realized they couldn't send a report that was smaller from earlier and just left it as is from 7am. Just a theory

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2 hours ago, The 4 Seasons said:

I ended up with more than i expected. 0.8" Most in our area were in the T-0.5 range. NWS OKX blew that forecast big time, no reason for those advisories.

3.3

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10 minutes ago, 40/70 Benchmark said:

Can really see the influence of the strengthening sun angle at this pont....3.5" of fluff was vaporized off of my deck on a high of 30.

Which is why these late winter fluff events are like stocking stuffers. 

In March it's either go big or go home. 

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1 minute ago, SnoSki14 said:

Which is why these late winter fluff events are like stocking stuffers. 

In March it's either go big or go home. 

Although preferred, I'll happily take my 4.5" from events like last night in a winter like this one. Who cares if a lot of it melts the next day. The streets aren't going to stay snowpacked for days even with a biggie this time of year. It's not Quebec City here

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8 minutes ago, 40/70 Benchmark said:

Moderate success on this one....as I failed to adjust after the late shifts yesterday. That's what I get for doing the Final Call early (Tuesday evening).

https://easternmassweather.blogspot.com/2019/02/227-228-verification.html

Here was First Call early Monday morning:

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Followed by Final Call vs verification:

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good call......good work

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