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March 10 2019 Snow to Mix Event

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44 minutes ago, 40/70 Benchmark said:

Mainly IP now....still mixed with some large flakes.

3" Final

32.8

 Do you and I ever not get the same amount during non-coastal storms?   Like clockwork.  About 3.5" here. 

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27 minutes ago, jbenedet said:

Roads are a mess around here

 Our first plowers did not come through until almost 1 PM!   I was watching cars fishtail all morning. 

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25.8F  Light snow grains.  Vis about 1 mile    4" should be about storm total.

Good job NWS Gray for forecasting 4" in my hood.  Snow was dry and snowblowing a breeze.  Temps 21-25F during snowfall.

Now we head into mud season up here.

With todays 4" brings me to 92" on the season.   My seasonal average is probably 80-85".   As of this Wednesday, we will have had a constant snowcover of 4 months except for a short period around Christmas.  Very long season.

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12 minutes ago, wxeyeNH said:

25.8F  Light snow grains.  Vis about 1 mile    4" should be about storm total.

Good job NWS Gray for forecasting 4" in my hood.  Snow was dry and snowblowing a breeze.  Temps 21-25F during snowfall.

Now we head into mud season up here.

With todays 4" brings me to 92" on the season.   My seasonal average is probably 80-85".   As of this Wednesday, we will have had a constant snowcover of 4 months except for a short period around Christmas.  Very long season.

Gene, I bet you pick up another 20+.

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3.0" here, which is a little more than I thought last night. Snow never really transitioned completely to sleet. It mixed in at times, but it stayed pretty much all snow. Going back and forth between snizzle and freezing drizzle now, 25.8° F. 

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Just now, Damage In Tolland said:

Nice icing event ongoing on the trees this afternoon 

Pics?

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29.0° -SG

3.5”

Pretty much snizzle under the beam with bursts of better growth in the showers that show up on rad.

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1.6" here was the final earlier before we switched over to all IP for a while. Then temps went above freezing and its been a light, spotty rain since. About an inch more of snow then I was expecting but I'll take it for being right on the water (Boston Harbor) here.

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Mount snow looked like 4" at the base, 6 inches near the summit and in the woods.  I drove to mt snow from my buddies house near Springfield mass this am.  I was basically in the heaviest part of the frontogenesis band the whole way up.  Now I'm driving up to Jay peak, solo for the next two days unfortunately.

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5 hours ago, ChasingFlakes said:

Mount snow looked like 4" at the base, 6 inches near the summit and in the woods.  I drove to mt snow from my buddies house near Springfield mass this am.  I was basically in the heaviest part of the frontogenesis band the whole way up.  Now I'm driving up to Jay peak, solo for the next two days unfortunately.

Freezing rain at Mount Snow and Stratton per webcams. I'm skiing at Mount Snow on Wednesday.

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4 hours ago, wxeyeNH said:

25.8F  Light snow grains.  Vis about 1 mile    4" should be about storm total.

Good job NWS Gray for forecasting 4" in my hood.  Snow was dry and snowblowing a breeze.  Temps 21-25F during snowfall.

Now we head into mud season up here.

With todays 4" brings me to 92" on the season.   My seasonal average is probably 80-85".   As of this Wednesday, we will have had a constant snowcover of 4 months except for a short period around Christmas.  Very long season.

Can someone explain how it’s been one of the Worst and warmest winters EVER here in SNE, and just a little into NH it’s an Above-Average Season with Great Cover????  

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Awesome ski day. Magic ended up with solid 4-5" at the base and more up top. Left at 6am and there were a few flakes, by the time I hit Greenfield it was a wall of white and 91 had over an inch on it. Took an extra 45-minutes to get there. Ended up with 1.5" at home in Belchertown.

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4 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Boston with a 0 snow in the daily climate report, wut

I thought I saw 1” from them at least?

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1 hour ago, Sugarloaf1989 said:

Freezing rain at Mount Snow and Stratton per webcams. I'm skiing at Mount Snow in Wednesday.

Yup, was freezing rain/drizzle when I left around 330-4pm.  Wednesday should be nice!

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