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March 3rd-4th Shellacking threat

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44 minutes ago, Wetbulbs88 said:

God I love these lol

I've always liked these discussions, especially in winter events like this, and convective ones in the summer.

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4 minutes ago, jfklganyc said:

I’m up in Westchester it’s starting to stick to the cars...But mainly just wet on cement it’s too warm as of yet

 

 Cant be a good story in the city now. 2 hours of wasted snow and counting.

 

 Better hope for banding if you are surrounded by cement

 

33F

LOL I think your a clone of snowman19... 

all is good fellas everything going as planned.

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1 minute ago, allgame830 said:

LOL I think your a clone of snowman19... 

all is good fellas everything going as planned.

Yeah people already lining up to jump off the bridge. Happens every storm. 

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Just now, jfklganyc said:

No I love snow I hope you’re right! It was that 45 on my car dashboard today that makes me skeptical

Today’s high temp has NO bearing on what will happen tonight!! We have had snow the past few days the ground is plenty cold!!

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For those worried about the earlier warm temperatures, here's a reminder that snow can still accumulate afterward:

NYC: February 2017

February 8: High temperature: 62; February 9: 9.4" snow.

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7 minutes ago, SnoSki14 said:

Without a doubt this will top the November event. 

The only thing that could undercut would be some sleet, but even then I think it'll top it.

This actually feels like the first true snow event since the November storm.

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Heavier rates having a tough time making it into the city. I've noticed this since moving to NYC. Not very good lift and we don't get the moisture surge off the ocean like BK or LI. Growing up half an hour west of Baltimore, I'm so used to jackpotting haha. #Spoiled.  

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15 minutes ago, Wetbulbs88 said:

Yeah people already lining up to jump off the bridge. Happens every storm. 

Yeah but please don't write off what people are actually reporting. It's a large area and the storm may be performing differently there.

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1 minute ago, Wetbulbs88 said:

Heavier rates having a tough time making it into the city. I've noticed this since moving to NYC. Not very good lift and we don't get the moisture surge off the ocean like BK or LI. Growing up half an hour west of Baltimore, I'm so used to jackpotting haha. #Spoiled.  

we have had plenty of  heavy snowstorms in nyc when did you move to nyc this summer?

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Just now, weatherpruf said:

Yeah but please don't write off what people are actually reporting. It's a large area and the storm may be performing differently there.

Take it from me -- it's been white rain since the get here. 

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9 minutes ago, donsutherland1 said:

For those worried about the earlier warm temperatures, here's a reminder that snow can still accumulate afterward:

NYC: February 2017

February 8: High temperature: 62; February 9: 9.4" snow.

Wasn't 9 out here. Much of NYC is north of me.

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1 minute ago, nycwinter said:

we have had plenty of  heavy snowstorms in nyc when did you move to nyc this summer?

Lol, but hes right with it having a hard time pushing north.

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1 minute ago, nycwinter said:

we have had plenty of  heavy snowstorms in nyc when did you move to nyc this summer?

Didn't say there weren't heavy snowstorms. I'm saying NYC has crappy lift compared to surrounding areas, so comparatively it seems a little more difficult to jackpot here. 

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Just now, Wetbulbs88 said:

Didn't say there weren't heavy snowstorms. I'm saying NYC has crappy lift compared to surrounding areas, so comparatively it seems a little more difficult to jackpot here. 

i disagree 100%

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2 minutes ago, weatherpruf said:

Wasn't 9 out here. Much of NYC is north of me.

It depends on where one was during that storm. My point was that one should not use the temperature ahead of a storm to reach conclusions that may not hold. Many other details need to be considered.

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3 minutes ago, donsutherland1 said:

It depends on where one was during that storm. My point was that one should not use the temperature ahead of a storm to reach conclusions that may not hold. Many other details need to be considered.

Agreed. I've seen that happen a few times.

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1 minute ago, Ericjcrash said:

Um? Jan 2016 ring a bell?

Funny enough I was in DC for that one -- which was probably the only time I ever saw DC jackpot too!

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2 minutes ago, Wetbulbs88 said:

Funny enough I was in DC for that one -- which was probably the only time I ever saw DC jackpot too!

I got 36 inches in the suburbs just west of dc. Dc only report about 18 for that storm. At least you get to have snow measured at Central Park. That’s a favorable location. 

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29 minutes ago, donsutherland1 said:

For those worried about the earlier warm temperatures, here's a reminder that snow can still accumulate afterward:

NYC: February 2017

February 8: High temperature: 62; February 9: 9.4" snow.

3/31/97 was near 60 and 4/1 was in the high 50's then that night I got 17". We had been experiencing a very early spring and the trees were nearly fully leafed out already. What a disaster that was.

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Just now, Negnao said:

I got 36 inches in the suburbs just west of dc. Dc only report about 18 for that storm. At least you get to have snow measured at Central Park. That’s a favorable location. 

Certainly not lol

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13 minutes ago, Wetbulbs88 said:

Evidence? Haven't seen NYC jackpot one storm since I've been here (2013). 

Jan 2016

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1 minute ago, Ericjcrash said:

Certainly not lol

Could be worse is my point. We measure at the lowest point in the city on the shore of the Potomac. 

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