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March 10 2019 Snow to Mix Event

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NAM is pinging CON by 18z tomorrow. It trended quite a bit warmer in that H75-8 layer in just 6hrs...not a good sign when that model is doing that.

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9 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Rgem is a decent thump pike north. Esp Ray.

Rgem near warning levels nema....sell

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1 minute ago, educate said:

Rgem near warning levels nema....sell

Yeah I'd sell. It went wild from near BOS northward in E MA. 

 

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Just now, educate said:

Rgem near warning levels nema....sell

I don’t think BLs will be an issue even on the coast early on in NE MA. Still a foot snow pack here literally against some chilly SSTs. If MLS can hold a little longer, it could surprise. Of course, I’m thinking a quick burst here. If it’s more...great. 

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GFS trended a bit warmer in the mid levels valid 18z tomorrow versus the 6z run at every site I checked...generally 0.4-0.7C in that H85-H75 layer.

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21 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Euro keeps cutting back on precip as snow.

I was surprised that NWS decided not to issue a winter weather advisory for Grafton County NH.  Still looks to me that 4-6" could fall as snow.  People out and about doing winter activities.  Heavier wet snow/sleet is a higher impact deal than a 4-6" fluff job.

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Kind of surprised the 18z NAM sounding is snow at ORH for 15z tomorrow. That's def a bit cooler. But would need to see 00z similar to think it's real. 

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Nam is gonna win this going away. It’s like an hour of snow to a scalping for hours then zr in all of SNE. Lean low low low on amounts . Unless the 1-3” is sleet 

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45 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

Kind of surprised the 18z NAM sounding is snow at ORH for 15z tomorrow. That's def a bit cooler. But would need to see 00z similar to think it's real. 

Definitely cooled some...looks a hair slower too which could be throwing some of the profile comparisons off. Now that Kevin is accepting a full pelt fest with glaze on top it'll turn back to a sn/pl mix.

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It goes like this. Brian says everything cuts back 24 before start, 6 hrs in Brian posts how he is surprised how he has 4 to 6 and still getting aggregates. Clockwork 

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10 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

It goes like this. Brian says everything cuts back 24 before start, 6 hrs in Brian posts how he is surprised how he has 4 to 6 and still getting aggregates. Clockwork 

We know the drill, Same ole, Same ole.

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1 hour ago, Ginx snewx said:

It goes like this. Brian says everything cuts back 24 before start, 6 hrs in Brian posts how he is surprised how he has 4 to 6 and still getting aggregates. Clockwork 

When has that happened?

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34 minutes ago, dendrite said:

GFS is QPF challenged.

18z Euro isn't, Actually bumped up another .10".

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4 minutes ago, dryslot said:

18z Euro isn't, Actually bumped up another .10".

I think I’m leaning split the difference between the euro and nam temps and toss the GFS into the trash. 

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5 minutes ago, dendrite said:

I think I’m leaning split the difference between the euro and nam temps and toss the GFS into the trash. 

Just like most of the winter, The GFS thermals are garbage.

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