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8 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

41 here. 

Pretty mild there.
 

 33 and grey here..feels like a typical cold November (albeit way below normal) day.  Way below forecast highs so far.

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4 hours ago, TauntonBlizzard2013 said:

Bring on the pig.... we’re due for a real ratter in SNE. Maybe we can get some nice weather out of it and transition into some Morch 12’ like weather. 

if married life doesn't buzzkill, this winter should do it

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EPS saves the weenies. It’s pretty clear though the AK region is volatile for whatever reason. We’ll need to keep an eye on it.

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Just now, CoastalWx said:

EPS saves the weenies. It’s pretty clear though the AK region is volatile for whatever reason. We’ll need to keep an eye on it.

Could the volatility be related to the unusual amount of open water to the north of AK?

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4 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

EPS saves the weenies. It’s pretty clear though the AK region is volatile for whatever reason. We’ll need to keep an eye on it.

From oh no to oh yeah in 12 hours.....

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Short term, the models continue to show the upper level feature strengthening as it swings through tomorrow night....Euro actually show a band of snow in the Western areas of SNE, maybe even a flashover to snow down this way?

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14 minutes ago, Thunderblizzard said:

Hanging out at 33.8F here instead of the forecast 42.

Just about the same temp here in Plainville. Temperatures were supposed to be in the 40s today, I wonderto if they will hoist winter weather advisory for Hartford County as well.

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2 minutes ago, Go Kart Mozart said:

Could the volatility be related to the unusual amount of open water to the north of AK?

I think it’s guidance handling the trough up there. Some bring in a s/w and beat down the ridging like 00z. Given volatility, I’d still want to stay a little cautious.

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53 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Banana hammocks

Check out this 50-degree diurnal swing at Island Pond, VT.... ISPV1 went from a low of -11F to a high of 39F.  

Thats like tree trunk popping cold to start the day and then hoodie weather in the afternoon.

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Edit:  that 39F High seems suspect.  Even BTV only hit 36F, MVL 34F and MPV 30F. 

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