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The Little Storm That Could - March 3/4

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1 minute ago, 40/70 Benchmark said:

I think it ends up a bit more amped than some thing, but we'll see...been wrong plenty this season.

I may sleet right at the end but hopefully QPF is done. Probably also means fluff for Dendrite 

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Just now, CoastalWx said:

I may sleet right at the end but hopefully QPF is done. Probably also means fluff for Dendrite 

Yea, I have the sleet making it up to like Norwell ish....

Even if you sleet, should be pretty inconsequential.....however best banding maybe north of you.

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5 minutes ago, 40/70 Benchmark said:

I think it ends up a bit more amped than some thing, but we'll see...been wrong plenty this season.

I figure that bodes well for up here, Maybe a few more NNW ticks, I have not seen that end yet on modeling.

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Up here in Arlington near Boston it hasn't started snowing yet, still torching at 37 degrees but the wind is starting to pick up

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Just now, 40/70 Benchmark said:

Yea, I have the sleet making it up to like Norwell ish....

Even if you sleet, should be pretty inconsequential.....however best banding maybe north of you.

The banding won’t do too much in SNE I don’t think. Maybe nrn and western fringes it helps, but for a lot of us it’s basically a massive omega thump. It’s basically a QPF thump. What will help are higher elevations and interior where it’s below 32. I think the banding aspect is probably more north of us where models don’t have a ton of QPF. But for me it’s just a giant thump. Ratios here will be lower because it will hover near  32. 

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1 minute ago, CoastalWx said:

The banding won’t do too much in SNE I don’t think. Maybe nrn and western fringes it helps, but for a lot of us it’s basically a massive omega thump. It’s basically a QPF thump. What will help are higher elevations and interior where it’s below 32. I think the banding aspect is probably more north of us where models don’t have a ton of QPF. But for me it’s just a giant thump. Ratios here will be lower because it will hover near  32. 

I'm talking like an extra inch...like the difference between the 5-9" and 6-10" on my map.

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25.9° F, moderate snow. Good snow growth. The high was 29.4° F and the 0.6" I had from last night didn't really melt at all.

The radar looks decent. That band running through BGM may translate up here, which would be good. I still don't think I get much more than 4-5" though.

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14 minutes ago, Sn0waddict said:

This is more like it . 32F moderate snow starting to stick on everything 

Yeah it's thumping now. I wonder if this will be a little like that paster we had last March that caused all the power issues... 

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1 hour ago, ScituateWX said:

Why?

Scott in Weymouth has stated he wont stay all snow, you are further north than me, ive got a southerly wind component. I can see plymouth out theough the cape is rain...

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2 minutes ago, Hoth said:

Yeah it's thumping now. I wonder if this will be a little like that paster we had last March that caused all the power issues... 

Ugh don’t go there, I work at United illuminating and that storm was a pain in the ass. I think it won’t be as bad as Inland areas, where a lot of the trees are, should be closer to 30. No wind either.  But we will see.

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4 minutes ago, #NoPoles said:

Scott in Weymouth has stated he wont stay all snow, you are further north than me, ive got a southerly wind component. I can see plymouth out theough the cape is rain...

I never  that, I said it wouldn't shock me at the tail end. But anyone north of PYM would be mostly snow before that ever happened. 

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Been pretty slow going here this far...probably

Not sure why this cutoff...just saying probably only about 1/2” so far...still bare pavement...not a surprise given warm surface temps at onset...but flake size has increased so expecting things to pick up a bit now

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