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February to Forget Volume 2 - 2020

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1 minute ago, moneypitmike said:

Well after a week or so of self-exile, I just poked back in here.  Looks like I can return to my bunker.

Take some snacks back with you !

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2 hours ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

Nah, winter is over.

You’re patience will be rewarded, there is a big bomb coming in the next few weeks.  

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1 minute ago, 8611Blizz said:

Hey bouchard is all in on the day 8-9 euro storm ( or maybe  their shithouse model).

2/27 does have multi-model support and is showing up on their ensembles too...it’s just a little bit marginal on the airmass. So we can’t really afford a wide girth of tracks. The front runner system is actually helping out though making it hard for the 2/27 system to cut. Almost like a pseudo 50/50 low but it’s a tedious setup. 

I’ll start getting a lot more intrigued if we’re seeing the same look by Saturday night or Sunday.

 

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9 minutes ago, 8611Blizz said:

Hey bouchard is all in on the day 8-9 euro storm ( or maybe  their shithouse model).

In general -(Pete Bouchard forecast) works best. Not good. 

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14 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

Scooter’s good friend:

 

Does he even have a clue about any of this? A 10mb disruption does not have an immediate impact on the troposphere. Christ. 

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5 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Does he even have a clue about any of this? A 10mb disruption does not have an immediate impact on the troposphere. Christ. 

Sweet. We’ll get our block in time for Patriots Day. 

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4 minutes ago, NorEastermass128 said:

Sweet. We’ll get our block in time for Patriots Day. 

I’m getting married that Sunday!  I fully expect days and days of onshore flow that weekend with sheet drizzle:raining:

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1 hour ago, CoastalWx said:

Does he even have a clue about any of this? A 10mb disruption does not have an immediate impact on the troposphere. Christ. 

Most of the folks that read that crap don’t know a high pressure system from a low pressure system...so that’s how clowns like that get away  with stuff like that for the most part. 

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5 hours ago, MJO812 said:

And yet people praise this model. It has been terrible this year.

 

5 hours ago, WinterWolf said:

You ain''t kidding...It's flat out Blown this year.   

 

5 hours ago, Ginx snewx said:

Nailed yesterday.  

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16 minutes ago, codfishsnowman said:

Has it really been that great a winter up north?

No it just seems like it because it’s been near average snowfall in most spots there while it’s been dogshit in SNE. So normal snowfall for an already snowier climate will feel like a blockbuster when measured against a garbage winter here. 

Looks like PWM and GYX are a bit above normal, CON a bit below...BTV slightly above. Not sure about the greens...powderfreak can prob give us the numbers but I think I recall him saying recently it hasn’t been a great winter there. Just kind of near average...which again, will feel like late Jan/February 2015 when measured against the winter here. 

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21 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Man , I hope you snowers are right with your forecasts 

You were once a snower in your young age. Then, you aged fast...and got grumpier during winter. 

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No it just seems like it because it’s been near average snowfall in most spots there while it’s been dogshit in SNE. So normal snowfall for an already snowier climate will feel like a blockbuster when measured against a garbage winter here. 
Looks like PWM and GYX are a bit above normal, CON a bit below...BTV slightly above. Not sure about the greens...powderfreak can prob give us the numbers but I think I recall him saying recently it hasn’t been a great winter there. Just kind of near average...which again, will feel like late Jan/February 2015 when measured against the winter here. 
Certainly hasn't felt like a winter above avg snow wise

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14 minutes ago, Lava Rock said:
1 hour ago, ORH_wxman said:
No it just seems like it because it’s been near average snowfall in most spots there while it’s been dogshit in SNE. So normal snowfall for an already snowier climate will feel like a blockbuster when measured against a garbage winter here. 
Looks like PWM and GYX are a bit above normal, CON a bit below...BTV slightly above. Not sure about the greens...powderfreak can prob give us the numbers but I think I recall him saying recently it hasn’t been a great winter there. Just kind of near average...which again, will feel like late Jan/February 2015 when measured against the winter here. 

Certainly hasn't felt like a winter above avg snow wise

Well I think GYX was like 1” above average. Lol. It’s been pretty warm too so not great for really deep pack. 

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17 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

Well I think GYX was like 1” above average. Lol. It’s been pretty warm too so not great for really deep pack. 

I think that's main issue. Average snow with lots of rain storms mixed in doesn't really make for a great winter. Took this long to have the resort 100% open, the glades really struggled. They are finally in good conditions

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1 hour ago, ORH_wxman said:

No it just seems like it because it’s been near average snowfall in most spots there while it’s been dogshit in SNE. So normal snowfall for an already snowier climate will feel like a blockbuster when measured against a garbage winter here. 

Looks like PWM and GYX are a bit above normal, CON a bit below...BTV slightly above. Not sure about the greens...powderfreak can prob give us the numbers but I think I recall him saying recently it hasn’t been a great winter there. Just kind of near average...which again, will feel like late Jan/February 2015 when measured against the winter here. 

Near average snowfall but really warm, which has kept lack depth a bit lower than normal. It’s not awful but not great. Hate to agree with Dr. Dews but it has been mediocre to my way of thinking. 

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2 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

That's misleading because that stretch was a real weenie stretch. So it's not really a good comparison. 

Yeah I think northern Maine, northern New Brunswick, and eastern Newfoundland are the only places with significant positive snowfall anomalies in eastern North America lol. 

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11 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

That's misleading because that stretch was a real weenie stretch. So it's not really a good comparison. 

The dude that posted it couldn’t get hires data going back 30 years

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