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NE snow event March 4th

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5 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Gfs was atrocious today . Euro won that one going away . That’s what caused those emotions and embarrassing posts from WW and Pickles and others. They bought into the big snows way NW like the GFS had. 

Dude..you’re such a lying sack!!!  You were calling for warning snows from this POS today for CT.  And it was me who told you yesterday at noon, that was not happening, and you told me that I did not understand the weather.  Obviously I understood it much better than you, because my idea of advisory snows was correct, and your idea of warning snows was way the Fook off.

Youre a twisting LIL Twerp!! 

 

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1 minute ago, Snow88 said:

It was better

Its been better up here for the most part all winter then the GFS, Now maybe down your way you could argue it.

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2 minutes ago, dryslot said:

Its been better up here for the most part all winter then the GFS, Now maybe down your way you could argue it.

I think that it's pretty subjective. It was a general model fail; there was good and bad all around. 

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Just now, OSUmetstud said:

I think that it's pretty subjective. It was a general model fail; there was good and bad all around. 

Are you talking about yesterday? I have no clue what happen with that one, I didn't follow it because it had 0 for here and i have been out on the trails the last two days, I'm just getting caught up on this next one, My statement was basically in general for systems this winter, But i did comment on someone that i thought followed it.

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21 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Gfs was atrocious today . Euro won that one going away . That’s what caused those emotions and embarrassing posts from WW and Pickles and others. They bought into the big snows way NW like the GFS had. 

lol didn't you start a Facebook post with something like "Well folks it's time to take them down..." and then blame modeling for a bad winter of forecasting?

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11 minutes ago, WinterWolf said:

Dude..you’re such a lying sack!!!  You were calling for warning snows from this POS today for CT.  And it was me who told you yesterday at noon, that was not happening, and you told me that I did not understand the weather.  Obviously I understood it much better than you, because my idea of advisory snows was correct, and your idea of warning snows was way the Fook off.

Youre a twisting LIL Twerp!! 

 

Man this winter has really taken its toll on some folks 

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Woah what happened in here! Just catching up on the day... some spectacular meltdowns. “Jonestown”!

Haven’t spent much time on this yet... on cursory glance, early thoughts on synoptics:
- H5 to me looks much more compressed than Saturday... so less likely to amplify
- what this does have going for it vs. Saturday is better vorticity energy and further north, though it is still somewhat piecemeal

850 closes off nicely and we should have some decent banding across SNE probably around pike region

Based on that, very early map that will probably change: jack 6-10 along pike region or maybe even slightly south of that, wary of the more amped north tracks

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21 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

They’ve just gone bonkers . Let em go. The embarrassment is there for everyone to see lol 

You're snow forecast calls have been atrocious this season.

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1 hour ago, dryslot said:

This is very reasonable, Good job X

That wasn’t even X. I’m shocked we pumped the brakes on the amounts. Usually we go in the opposite direction.

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1 hour ago, Baroclinic Zone said:

Euro was last to cave for today’s storm.

just saying

GFS was terrible for today....was giving me warning snows for days.

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In these systems, gfs is often too flat and the euro too amped.  The fact that they aren’t all that far apart should give you some confidence.

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28 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Absolutely. Was too high as were you and Ryan and many others here 

Yup fair enough.  It did look promising.

Im on board with a HFD to BOS jack in this next one.  I-84 runner.

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1 minute ago, dendrite said:

GFS was terrible for today....was giving me warning snows for days.

Lol, I love it. I never made any mention of the GFS being correct either.  Just that the euro sucked.  All models sucked until the mesos sniffed it out 12-18hrs out 

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My guy tells me this ends up being a nowcast event just like last storm, pattern won't be fully clear until tomorrow

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5 minutes ago, OceanStWx said:

That wasn’t even X. I’m shocked we pumped the brakes on the amounts. Usually we go in the opposite direction.

Is he overnight?

 

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46 minutes ago, WinterWolf said:

Dude..you’re such a lying sack!!!  You were calling for warning snows from this POS today for CT.  And it was me who told you yesterday at noon, that was not happening, and you told me that I did not understand the weather.  Obviously I understood it much better than you, because my idea of advisory snows was correct, and your idea of warning snows was way the Fook off.

Youre a twisting LIL Twerp!! 

 

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6 minutes ago, dryslot said:

Is he overnight?

 

He is. But I don’t expect a huge shift to that forecast. Looks pretty good to me, maybe a hair too broad in the NW side.

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Just now, OceanStWx said:

He is. But I don’t expect a huge shift to that forecast. Looks pretty good to me, maybe a hair too broad in the NW side.

No, That looked good, Especially on the coast and the coastal plain.

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This is the first year after 20 on the boards I’ve seen such emotional swings run to run caused by relatively small changes.  Pace yourselves!

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17 minutes ago, tiger_deF said:

My guy tells me this ends up being a nowcast event just like last storm, pattern won't be fully clear until tomorrow

Your guy/gut is telling you this is a nowcast? Really!?

Every storm is a nowcast.

This has been said by someone for every single decent winter storm for the last 5+ years

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