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OBS thread 10P Mar 1-10A Mar 2, 2019

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1 hour ago, Cfa said:

2.8” here in Islip.

I’ve officially passed the 10 inch mark for the season. 10.2” now so far.

A North Shore special as expected here on Long Island. 1.5” here in SW Suffolk.

At 7:00 AM EST, Centerport [Suffolk Co, NY] CO-OP OBSERVER reports SNOW of 5.20 INCH

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50 minutes ago, RU848789 said:

After a little nap, just shoveled during the last throes of the storm, which was nice.  Final tally (still snowing lightly, but doubt we'll get much more) was 4.25" here in Metuchen vs. the NWS 1-3" forecast with no advisory - big difference north of the Raritan vs. south of the Raritan, where it sounds like it was mostly/all sleet. 31F still. 

This brings me to 18" for the season and with another 6" tomorrow, I'd be up around 24", which isn't far from normal.  Could still make it with one more snowfall... 

Well, we did get another 1/4" with the last hour of light snow, so final tally (snow really looks to be over now) is 4.5".  

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10 minutes ago, Snowshack said:

Still light but accumulating snow in Wading River, 3.75”.   Nice event 

...agree..based on radar my final call will be 3.0" of snow..should be ending soon

with western skies starting to brighten.

wonder if the rain/snow line will set up similar to this in regard to sun nite/mon am..if 

thats the case could be a snowier outcome.

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Very light snow still falling here, should be ending soon. Total snow accumulation around 4.5"

Temp 31

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I have 2.5" on my wooden deck in Chelsea, but 4" sounds right when you factor in the melt. I was coming home right as the snow started around 1:30 and you could just tell it was going to be a nice little event from the flake size and the snowfall rates.

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Based on radar, I'm just wrapping it up over here. That's going to mean 3.2" for this event as a final. That's now the largest snow event of the season here. That brings me to 10.5" for the season. 

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2.5” in Lindenhurst.

 

Went to sleep ar 4AM with it raining so I thought for sure we were getting skunked.  Was a nice surprise to see everything covered!  Now 5.7” on the season.

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1 hour ago, bluewave said:

A North Shore special as expected here on Long Island. 1.5” here in SW Suffolk.

At 7:00 AM EST, Centerport [Suffolk Co, NY] CO-OP OBSERVER reports SNOW of 5.20 INCH

 

NS did better but not that much better lol.

3" of snow and sleet here

 

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1 hour ago, bluewave said:

A North Shore special as expected here on Long Island. 1.5” here in SW Suffolk.

At 7:00 AM EST, Centerport [Suffolk Co, NY] CO-OP OBSERVER reports SNOW of 5.20 INCH

Wow. I wasn’t expecting to see totals this high, but the north shore really is a different entity.

I’m equidistant from the LI Sound and the Great South Bay. Finished with exactly 3 inches here.

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1 hour ago, RU848789 said:

Well, we did get another 1/4" with the last hour of light snow, so final tally (snow really looks to be over now) is 4.5".  

 

Where are we for the winter so far? Over ten I'd imagine. This was a nice event, not too big and a it went right for a change.

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I have about 4" outside now, very wet snow. May have been more and it settled beforehand, but I'd say 4-5" fell here. Nice scene outside for once. 

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22 minutes ago, FreeRain said:

Measurements between 5.7 and 6.0 inches.

Other people in your area got 5-7".  Nice!

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