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March 21-22 2019 Coastal Storm Obs

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Mt.Holly pulls the trigger and issues a Flood Watch here from 8:00 am this morning thru late tonight for 1.5"-2.0" of rain w/locally higher amounts possible.

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Flood watch all the way back here to the coal region. So far 0.02" in the gauge, but much more to come. A nice event to finally wash the salt from earlier in the month off the roads...as long as we don't get any back end snow to make PennDot put it back again...lol

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Only .15" of rain so far. Heaviest rains look like they want to avoid all of Ocean County. If this was snow I would be pissed.

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52 minutes ago, Bosswx said:

Only .15" of rain so far. Heaviest rains look like they want to avoid all of Ocean County. If this was snow I would be pissed.

Check out how far west this low is tracking now the heavy rain is focused in eastern PA. No complaints here fook the rain.

 

 

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22 minutes ago, RedSky said:

Check out how far west this low is tracking now the heavy rain is focused in eastern PA. No complaints here fook the rain.

 

 

That's the first thing I noticed too when I looked at a surface map.  WAY inland from the progged "coastal hugger".  Am up to 0.59" so far with light to moderate rain and temp at 47.

 

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0.84" here and coming down steady. Quite a well defined system, but yes, inland a bit from what was progged.

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2 hours ago, RedSky said:

Check out how far west this low is tracking now the heavy rain is focused in eastern PA. No complaints here fook the rain.

 

 

We’ve been under those heavy returns all day I don’t have a gauge but it has to be over 1” for sure

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Looks like a pretty good slug of heavy rain moving up from the south. It should be moving into portions of the area over the hour from the looks of the radar.

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Just flipped to heavy snow here and starting to accumulate. Just kidding....heavy rain but this woulda been a hell of a deformation deathband if this was in the middle of a normal winter season.

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