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ORH_wxman

Feb 13 threat

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I woke up to a coating (if you could call it that) of snow...was pouring like crazy though so perhaps had more than a coating before we flipped to rain. 

Driving on the highway basically into Wallingford was a disaster...I don't understand this state...highway completely dark with no lights. Very scary to drive in these conditions. 

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Beautiful out. Even up here was a complete paste job. I’ll def take it, no issue on roads but a nice scenery. Don’t think there’s more than 3” here, eyeballing it. 
 

 

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5 minutes ago, jbenedet said:

Beautiful out. Even up here was a complete paste job. I’ll def take it, no issue on roads but a nice scenery. Don’t think there’s more than 3” here, eyeballing it. 
 

 

Definitely no warm ground 

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12 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Definitely no warm ground 

Looks more like an early spring type snowfall. I’ll leave it at that. Especially given that it happened overnight and temps already pushing above freezing.

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Jeebus when I woke up at four and five in the morning from my bed looking out the window it looks like it was snowing hard because it looked kind of milky and you couldn’t see the trees that well. So then I’m laying in bed at like 630 and I read Brian’s. comment about the radar looks like crap and then I will walk over to the window and it’s actually more fog it’s barely snowing and I think we might’ve had an inch LOL.  Was any model showing this outcome?  That said, I’m glad some of you snow starved MFers got some love

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Just now, TauntonBlizzard2013 said:

Nada at home. Must have started as plain rain? Thought we could squeeze 1 or 2 our. Beat goes on though 

Tried to tell you.

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2 minutes ago, TauntonBlizzard2013 said:

Yeah.... I took the cheese. Which is a bad idea in a winter like this. Hedge meh.

Marginal aloft with south winds. Always take under in those. Sort of the opposite with a pig high north of Maine and good cold off the deck. 

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56 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Happy for the SNE crew that saw some snow.  Good pics of a quick burst last night from some of you guys!

Really small flakes, only a dusting overnight.  This thing fractured in half pretty fast... really decent banding north of here from NNY into S.QC but then large dry slot with little forcing and terrible snow growth temps in between.

Yes, very underwhelming here

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2 hours ago, dendrite said:

Just woke up. Radar looks like hell up here. Wtf

Ea run the last two days ticked south with the better qpf, Maybe we see 2-3” tops.

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7 minutes ago, dryslot said:

Ea run the last two days ticked south with the better qpf, Maybe we see 2-3” tops.

Models were still giving 0.30”-0.50” this way. Looks like a bust though. I may have setup the new armorskids on the Ariens for nothing. I may just shovel the whole thing when I get home. 

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