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Ralph Wiggum

Coastal Storm Dec 1-2

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Band over Bucks is starting to slowwwwly fade and migrate NE. Looks like a break coming and a second batch later today. Have a very light coating here in Warminster...skeptical if we can squeeze an inch of snow out of this system here. The afternoon/evening will be crucial irt totals across the area.

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7 minutes ago, ChescoPaWxman said:

My updated forecast below - of course high variability further SW you go - pretty confident to the northeast

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I would love it !!! Fingers crossed.....B)

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27 minutes ago, Ralph Wiggum said:

Band over Bucks is starting to slowwwwly fade and migrate NE. Looks like a break coming and a second batch later today. Have a very light coating here in Warminster...skeptical if we can squeeze an inch of snow out of this system here. The afternoon/evening will be crucial irt totals across the area.

It’s pivoting back south and I continue to accumulate here in Wrightstown with heavy snow

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20 minutes ago, hazwoper said:

It’s pivoting back south and I continue to accumulate here in Wrightstown with heavy snow

"Heavy" snow? Congrats. Heaviest convection now moving across the river and N of Trenton like the models caved to last night. Flurries here....all but over. Doubt we see much with the afternoon/evening batch:

Eta: Headed to BK soon for my routine snowfall Whopper in your honor sir 

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6 minutes ago, Ralph Wiggum said:

"Heavy" snow? Congrats. Heaviest convection now moving across the river and N of Trenton like the models caved to last night. Flurries here....all but over. Doubt we see much with the afternoon/evening batch:

Eta: Headed to BK soon for my routine snowfall Whopper in your honor sir 

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Yep heavy.  413 snow covered right now

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4 minutes ago, hazwoper said:

I’ve been under this band for quite some time now

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I'm in Ivyland on the edge lol. Starting to see it pivot away on radar outside of that narrow band. Fingers crossed on the afternoon/evening but guidance continues to back off.

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yikes, mt. holly may want to start cancelling those winter storm warnings for bucks/lehigh valley. Ain't even going to be close... I'll be happy if I get an inch.

 

 ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Light rain and drizzle is expected to
  change to snow this morning. The snow will become heavy at times
  into this evening. Snowfall amounts are forecast to vary across
  the area, but they should generally be in the 5 to 8 inch
  range.

 

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8 minutes ago, _AR_ said:

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Mt Holly shifted east.

 

Light snow and nothing sticking in Allentown.

Will probably verify well in the northern half. From Trenton south though, yikes.

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34 here. A few flurries. We don’t have sunshine like some of you are mentioning. The sky here looks like a solid grey sheet of paper. 
 

*Note pic is from this morning after the ten minutes of lightly heavy (it was a bit more than moderate) snow. No snow since other than occasional flurries.

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I have yellow radar echoes spinning over my head and what do i have to show for it? Some errant flakes and wet ground it's hard to believe. 5" from this really that is the official forecast?

 

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Still getting a light but cold drizzle here and whatever snow fell this morning is gone.  Am up to 0.17" of liquid today and temp is currently 35.  Have been watching that wide band in Jersey pivoting and backing in from the NE as the low moves east but am not sure if a band would make it this far west before the storm moves away.

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