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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BUFFALO NY
113 AM EST TUE NOV 12 2019

...SNOWFALL REPORTS...

LOCATION                     AMOUNT    TIME/DATE       PROVIDER             

...NEW YORK...

...ERIE COUNTY...
BUFFALO AIRPORT              9.4 IN    0100 AM 11/12   OFFICIAL NWS OBS     
2 SE WEST SENECA             6.5 IN    1040 PM 11/11   PUBLIC               
1 WSW AKRON                  5.5 IN    1000 PM 11/11   NWS EMPLOYEE         

...JEFFERSON COUNTY...
6 NNE CHAUMONT               4.9 IN    0930 PM 11/11   PUBLIC               

...MONROE COUNTY...
ROCHESTER AIRPORT            8.6 IN    0100 AM 11/12   OTHER FEDERAL        
2 NW ROCHESTER               7.5 IN    1115 PM 11/11   TRAINED SPOTTER      
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Finished with 11.1” here. 9.8” on the ground. Exceeded forecast of 6-10”. The top few inches is very fluffy and the bottom is mashed potatoes. Actually averaged very close to 10:1 with 1.08” of liquid. 

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9.5” in NE Buffalo (with compaction). Definitely the best early season storm in the northern part of the city at least since I moved here in 2012. I haven’t had a chance to look at KBUF’s records, is this the biggest pre-Nov 15th storm since the October Surprise?

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2 minutes ago, 96blizz said:

The new 3KM shows one heck of a lake effect band. That could drop 3-5” easily if it parks for any duration!

Not sure why WSWs weren't replace with Lake Snow advisories...

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11" here.  Biggest early season synoptic storm that I can remember in a very long time.  Will this be BUF's largest synoptic event of the season?  Time will tell, but it's a nice early season bar to set.  

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Just now, Buffalo Bumble said:

11" here.  Biggest early season synoptic storm that I can remember in a very long time.  Will this be BUF's largest synoptic event of the season?  Time will tell, but it's a nice early season bar to set.  

Certainly hope not.

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7 minutes ago, wolfie09 said:

If it's a single band on a NW Flow it tends to go south of Oswego county from past experiences..

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I'll take this one, please.

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I measured 3.2 inches of snow and 0.49 inch of liquid which shows how much mixing occurred.  It’s been snowing steadily for the last 2 hours with good flake size.

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48 minutes ago, Buffalo Bumble said:

11" here.  Biggest early season synoptic storm that I can remember in a very long time.  Will this be BUF's largest synoptic event of the season?  Time will tell, but it's a nice early season bar to set.  

Damn I was just thinking the same thing!!! Here's to hoping we get another 2 or 3 big synoptic events and one blockbuster LES event around Christmas

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1 hour ago, 96blizz said:

The new 3KM shows one heck of a lake effect band. That could drop 3-5” easily if it parks for any duration!

The 3KM NAM is dead to me.  I blame it in whole for last night's bustogenesis. 

3.5" storm total as of 8 a.m.

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17 minutes ago, tim123 said:

Looks nice tonight for roc area. 3 to 6 inches I think. Especially east burbs penfield webster walworth ontario.

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Looks like a potential (and rare) single NW band event? Likely some other smaller ones to the east as well.

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Areas from SE Roc to Syracuse really busted pretty hard. There were signs but the hi res models consistently underestimated the NW push of warm air at the mid/upper levels. Lower levels stayed plenty cold (at least around here). 
8” compact snow in Irondequoit. The lake added the last 2”. 
About what I hoped for but it was too stressful riding that taint line. Forgot about how much I hate sleet (or technically rim). 
On to the next. 
Overnight looks like a Penfield/ Walworth special. Good luck Tim!

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