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skonajezski31

march 8 potential event ???

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57 minutes ago, LVwhiteout said:

If I had to guess I would say less than 1" for all.

The only model showing more than an inch is the FV3 which has about 2". Not much qpf involved. (Haven't seen the Euro).

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24 minutes ago, Ralph Wiggum said:

C-2" at best and that is being VERY generous. Looks more white rain to me for most (snow falling but melting on contact). 

Pretty to look at and doesn't mess up the roads. Not the worst thing in the world.

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Yeah, Sun angle, light rates, whatever falls definitely won't mess with paved surfaces. To bad the cutter on Sunday won't follow the same path or a little more South of  this past Sunday.  But then again there won't be the cold air to work with this time.

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NAMs look better for an inch or 2 regionwide. Maybe a brief burst of moderate stuff. I think most here know this isnt a big deal just a typical March deal to pad seasonal stats. Dont see this impacting roads much if at all.

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Your right Ralph Thanks! Still have 8" of glacier on most open areas here since last Thursday. Sun not having a lot of success last 2 days. Will take the extra padding.

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38 minutes ago, LVwhiteout said:

Your right Ralph Thanks! Still have 8" of glacier on most open areas here since last Thursday. Sun not having a lot of success last 2 days. Will take the extra padding.

Same here irt lack of melting. Still 3-4" even in bright all sun areas. Very anomalous cold so far this week. Cant believe I am sitting at 22F this time of the day this time of the year in Warminster. Looks like we picked up a dusting overnight or early this AM as well....I must have missed that.

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im  thinking mason dixon line will once again be ground 0 for anything that does fall... timing will be key but yeah no more than 1-4" as i see it however that system coming into CA last night was beastly just dont see how its nothing out east 

 

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3 hours ago, skonajezski31 said:

im  thinking mason dixon line will once again be ground 0 for anything that does fall... timing will be key but yeah no more than 1-4" as i see it however that system coming into CA last night was beastly just dont see how its nothing out east 

 

It's a cutter on Sunday.  Guidance is trending cooler and possibly popping a low off the coast of Maine.  Could be some snow/ice right at the beginning but I'd think itd be mostly rain here.  Keeping an eye on it as I'll be in NNE during that time period.  

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2 minutes ago, ChasingFlakes said:

It's a cutter on Sunday.  Guidance is trending cooler and possibly popping a low off the coast of Maine.  Could be some snow/ice right at the beginning but I'd think itd be mostly rain here.  Keeping an eye on it as I'll be in NNE during that time period.  

this march 8 is friday not sunday. the  sunday event yes is a warm storm  i started this to talk about friday !

 

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22 minutes ago, skonajezski31 said:

" it however that system coming into CA last night was beastly just dont see how its nothing out east"

I was just mentioning that the system in cali would be the Sunday system.  Carry on.

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9 hours ago, bigtenfan said:

Pretty to look at and doesn't mess up the roads. Not the worst thing in the world.

I like your attitude. Agree 100%

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Filtered sun giving way to overcast skies. If I get any virga, I'll consider this "event" an over-performer.

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20 minutes ago, KamuSnow said:

Getting some very light snow here, 36F.

Freshen up that pile!

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Flakes falling and looks "Winter-ish" w/snow already on the ground and low clouds but in reality it's daylight, March and 37F....unless intense rates (which won't happen) this isn't an event (no stickage)  besides scenery.

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14 minutes ago, Birds~69 said:

Flakes falling and looks "Winter-ish" w/snow already on the ground and low clouds but in reality it's daylight, March and 37F....unless intense rates (which won't happen) this isn't an event (no stickage)  besides scenery.

Agree on all the above.

36F with a few flurries. The only thing notable about this "event" is this may be the last flakes we see until next winter.

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5 minutes ago, JTA66 said:

Agree on all the above.

36F with a few flurries. The only thing notable about this "event" is this may be the last flakes we see until next winter.

Somehow, someway, something will happen before the end of winter (Later in March, early April?)...yes it will be small but more flakes will fall at some point before the heat kills us.....just a guess.

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15 hours ago, JTA66 said:

Freshen up that pile!

Well here it is, got about 0.1" of snow late yesterday which accumulated in some places, and did freshen up the snow pile a little. Stats padder, lol. Brings the total snow here to 24.5" for the season.

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2 hours ago, KamuSnow said:

 

Well here it is, got about 0.1" of snow late yesterday which accumulated in some places, and did freshen up the snow pile a little. Stats padder, lol. Brings the total snow here to 24.5" for the season.

 

 

That is more likely a glacier than a snow pile. :)

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1 hour ago, MGorse said:

 

That is more likely a glacier than a snow pile. :)

Lol, it hardly lost any height this week (minimal settling). That's about to change...almost feels spring like outside today, with the sun and all.

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