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The Little Storm That Could - March 3/4

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26 minutes ago, EastonSN+ said:

If dewpoint and temp are 33, can temps still fall?

Only if you drawing in cold air from a colder source region.

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While I need to be more objective, this storm is getting colder on observations down south.  I think we should lean towards a colder scenario across SNE.  Does that mean Harwich sees more snow than 3-5", I don't know yet.

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10 minutes ago, USCAPEWEATHERAF said:

While I need to be more objective, this storm is getting colder on observations down south.  I think we should lean towards a colder scenario across SNE.  Does that mean Harwich sees more snow than 3-5", I don't know yet.

 

5 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Getting sleet a coupl hours ahead of time in philly. May need to watch that for srn areas.

Sorry James, this one is not for us. 

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pressure dropped big here in Rocky Mount, just about 1000....33/27 and snow in Winsted and the pressure home is 1020

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1 minute ago, ScituateWX said:

Why?

Rain, likely.  I think the storm track is still uncertain until the storm hits the coastline.  Right now the greatest pressure falls/3 hours is just off the NE North Carolina coast, right off of Cape Elizabeth, NC, of around 5mb/3 hours

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The surface center of our storm is broad and low, around 1008mb over a large area, and as low as 1006mb over the GA/SC border.

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2 minutes ago, USCAPEWEATHERAF said:

Also there pressure field all over the East Coast is quite low, around 1019mb here in Harwich.

Is that a record?

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1 minute ago, JC-CT said:

Is that a record?

No but what I mean is that normally storms pre-event have pressures quite high north of the low like over 1020mb

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4 minutes ago, TauntonBlizzard2013 said:

Gotta drive from Taunton to Duxbury... thinking of leaving at 2am...  might I miss the brunt that early?

should be going good then

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A lot of convection down in the FL Pan Handle, GA, and SC with tornadoes; is that all being pulled northward into this?   

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4 minutes ago, TauntonBlizzard2013 said:

Gotta drive from Taunton to Duxbury... thinking of leaving at 2am...  might I miss the brunt that early?

That's gonna be pretty heavy by 2am though the worst there might be a little after that. 

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6 minutes ago, TauntonBlizzard2013 said:

Gotta drive from Taunton to Duxbury... thinking of leaving at 2am...  might I miss the brunt that early?

She must be a keeper

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looking how the radar returns are coalescing, you can almost see another band further NW from like PSF to CON perhaps

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