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2" more last hour at ALB.

10" on the ground at the airport.  One of the more impressive 5-6 hour thumps you'll ever see in Eastern NY.

Still at 1/8sm +SN.

KALB 020151Z 02008KT 1/8SM R01/5500VP6000FT +SN VV007 M03/M06 A2975 RMK AO2 SFC VIS 1/4 SLP077 SNINCR 2/10 P0008 T10331061

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Just now, powderfreak said:

2" more last hour at ALB.

10" on the ground at the airport.  One of the more impressive 5-6 hour thumps you'll ever see in Eastern NY.

Still at 1/8sm +SN.

KALB 020151Z 02008KT 1/8SM R01/5500VP6000FT +SN VV007 M03/M06 A2975 RMK AO2 SFC VIS 1/4 SLP077 SNINCR 2/10 P0008 T10331061

Found this from the Campbell Scientific manual...

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C.4 Measurement Below 0 °C

The CS215 provides a humidity reading that is referenced to the saturated water vapor pressure above liquid water, even at temperatures below 0 °C, where ice might form. This is the common way to express relative humidity and is as defined by the World Meteorological Organization. If an RH value is required to be referenced to ice, the CS215 readings will need to be corrected.
One consequence of using water as the reference is that the maximum humidity that will normally be output by the sensor for temperatures below freezing is as follows:

100% RH at 0 °C
95% RH at –5 °C
91% RH at –10 °C
87% RH at –15 °C
82% RH at –20 °C
78% RH at –25 °C
75% RH at –30 °C
In practical terms this means that, for instance, at –20 °C the air is effectively fully saturated when the sensor outputs 82% RH

 

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Absolutely pounding right now....had 4" at 8:50pm, and just went out at 9:20pm and snapped these:

 

Dec1_snow1.jpg

Dec1_snow2.jpg

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5 minutes ago, PowderBeard said:

The question is...does UMass close so I can skin the range? lol

I say yes.  Berkshire East is opening for the powder day, fwiw.  

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Ripping biggest flakes and lowest visibility of the whole storm in Winchester. Probably right on the NW-moving coastal front now. Almost hoping the dryslot now in CT gets here before the change to rain, I'd prefer no precip to rain now

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16 minutes ago, radarman said:

Yep.  6.25" across town at slightly lower elevation.  Nice and fluffy right now.

Nice E. 2.75 here with .5 sleet now rain 33. 

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9 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

Absolutely pounding right now....had 4" at 8:50pm, and just went out at 9:20pm and snapped these:

 

Dec1_snow1.jpg

Dec1_snow2.jpg

Sweet Will.  Looks great. 

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Just now, HIPPYVALLEY said:

Close to 7".   2"/hr+ rates right now.  Almost 2" in the past 45 minutes.

Yeah it's ripping out there now. Not sure my forecasted 12-18" will verify though. 

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