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March 22-23 Storm Thread: Cabins and Pony-Os?

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Heading to the airport in a bit... 

Watching the Heavy Snow obs back home.  

If MVL is SN+ then the mountain is getting rocked.  Gotta be some wet paste/slop at 33/33 and 1/4sm.

KMVL 221354Z AUTO 34006KT 1/4SM +SN FG VV007 01/01 A2946 RMK AO2 SLP984 P0001 T00060006

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4 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Ugh. Interesting Nam runs , have to say it but FV did show that Mass CT snow band first

I won't have to trailer very far NW now to ride, Probably will go to Jay and head towards Rangeley.

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6 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

That model  always shows snow though lol. A bit too cold.

Yeah O.T. but ... ya get that sense of it using that thing. 

But, it leads me to curiosity as to how it will handle summer boundary layer meteorology...  

So now really off-topic, but considering how atrocious the current operational GFS is ... what it was doing through warm spells last summer, and also... how horribly it has been with hygroscopic thermodynamics in any season (for that matter), should give folks pause as NCEP prepares to replace it with a model that has that as its ancestral root - 

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2 minutes ago, Sugarloaf1989 said:

Sleet and snow mix here in Southwood Acres, totally not expecting that. 36F.

 

 

 

We expected surprises. Really interested in what happens tonight 

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Just now, Ginx snewx said:

We expected surprises. Really interested in what happens tonight 

Man we wish we were home right now. That’s gotta be mainly snow. Just sitting overhead 

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7 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

Normally you'd be up there this week...damn. Next year for you once you learn to manage your back for a year. 

Theres some pretty intense stuff that rolls through overnight too. I think the afternoon stuff in SNE is going to be fighting the insolation and BL a little too much for accums, but never say never. Tonight though could be pretty interesting...a few 3 spots wouldn't surprise me. 

Love this shit

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That burst of snow like Will said probably

will materialize in spots today. But, the boundary layer may be a little mild to sustain more than a coating. But who knows, maybe a narrow area gets lucky. 

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5 minutes ago, wxeyeNH said:

Up to 32.8F  Back to light snow after a heavy snow burst.   Going to get harder to accumulate now that Im pushing 33F

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I'm thinking it's a "bursty" affair until perhaps 7 pm through ...1 ...2 in the morning or so.  During which, there might be a but more cohesive homogenized rad appeal, with more general scoped two-level greens over central/NE NE 

Seems this third in the serious Lakes S/W will be fusing in during the afternoon and evening and we're even seeing a bit of a modeled intensification of the surface reflection ... as it whirls there anchored E of PSM ... probably because of that

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4 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Man we wish we were home right now. That’s gotta be mainly snow. Just sitting overhead 

Most likely, but the ground is a bit warm and soaking wet. WU has 2" of snow here tonight. I think that might be a stretch for us Valley folks.

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29 minutes ago, Arnold214 said:

I wouldn’t be so hard on yourself. 4 days ago i had partly sunny, breezy and somewhat mild for today. 

Nah, I'm parking the car on the pond off the first hole at Spring Meadows and letting nature take its course from there.

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12 minutes ago, wxeyeNH said:

Up to 32.8F  Back to light snow after a heavy snow burst.   Going to get harder to accumulate now that Im pushing 33F

 

Your killing me Gene, birch bender enroute 

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3 minutes ago, OceanStWx said:

Nah, I'm parking the car on the pond off the first hole at Spring Meadows and letting nature take its course from there.

That’s my spot. You go over to the electrical box on 15 and cross some wires.

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This zone is just getting rocked in VT right now.  Heavy snow at the ASOS.  Web cams look like pancakes in some spots.  

MPV just had 0.14" in the bucket last hour at 32F. 

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5 minutes ago, OceanStWx said:

Nah, I'm parking the car on the pond off the first hole at Spring Meadows and letting nature take its course from there.

 

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Man Gene on north may avoid any real significant dry slot and just keep on keeping on today. There may be a lull in lift, but it's not going to get any warmer aloft in NH than it is right now.

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Just now, OceanStWx said:

Man Gene on north may avoid any real significant dry slot and just keep on keeping on today. There may be a lull in lift, but it's not going to get any warmer aloft in NH than it is right now.

What location is Gene? I don't know who that is.

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