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Feb 18-19th CNE/NNE Storm Thread

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That would put your total 1.1" ahead of mine, with Raymond leading the pack.    
Had 5.5" total with 0.46" LE, the initial 4" about 10:1 and the final (after 9 PM) 1.5" about 20:1.  Now 21" at the stake, 18th winter of 22 reaching the 20" mark.
Yeah it's nice to be slowly climbing the ladder and leaving those sne guys behind

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NOUS41 KGYX 191414
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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Gray ME
914 AM EST Wed Feb 19 2020

...SNOWFALL REPORTS...

Location                     Amount    Time/Date       Provider

...Maine...

...Androscoggin County...
1 NNW Auburn                 7.0 in    0154 AM 02/19   Trained Spotter
2 E Lewiston                 6.5 in    0754 AM 02/19   Trained Spotter
Mechanic Falls               6.5 in    0640 AM 02/19
Winthrop 9.4 W               6.5 in    0515 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Turner                       6.0 in    0700 AM 02/19   COOP
1.8 W Lisbon Falls           5.8 in    0700 AM 02/19   COOP
Lisbon 0.6 S                 5.5 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Auburn 2.1 NNW               5.4 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
4 S Turner                   5.0 in    0543 AM 02/19   Trained Spotter

...Cumberland County...
Standish                     7.5 in    0722 AM 02/19   Public
Sebago 2.4 ESE               7.0 in    0830 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
5 NNE East Baldwin           7.0 in    0142 AM 02/19   Trained Spotter
3 WSW Naples                 7.0 in    1235 AM 02/19   Trained Spotter
5 S Bridgton                 6.5 in    0330 AM 02/19
Gray NWS Office              5.4 in    0845 AM 02/19   Official NWS Obs
New Gloucester 3.0 SE        5.3 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
1 NE Gray                    5.3 in    1224 AM 02/19   NWS Employee
Cumberland Center 4.4 NW     5.0 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Gorham                       4.7 in    0903 AM 02/19   CO-OP Observer
1 W Freeport                 3.6 in    0817 AM 02/19   NWS Employee
Portland 5.5 WNW             2.7 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
South Portland 1.7 S         2.0 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS

...Franklin County...
Weld                         7.5 in    0622 AM 02/19   Public
Temple 1.8 W                 6.5 in    0600 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
1 N Farmington               6.1 in    0906 AM 02/19   CO-OP Observer
Farmington 1 NNW             6.1 in    0700 AM 02/19   COOP
2.1 NW Rangeley              6.0 in    0700 AM 02/19   COOP
Rangeley                     6.0 in    0600 AM 02/19   COOP
0.9 E New Sharon             5.5 in    0700 AM 02/19   COOP
New Sharon 2.0 NW            5.5 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS

...Kennebec County...
Sidney 2.6 NNW               5.5 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Winslow 1.2 SSE              4.2 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS

...Knox County...
Union 3.0 NW                 4.0 in    0800 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Union 3.0 W                  3.5 in    0701 AM 02/19   COCORAHS

...Lincoln County...
Waldoboro 1.5 NNE            3.2 in    0745 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
1 SE Alna                    3.0 in    0859 AM 02/19   Trained Spotter
Newcastle 2.1 SW             2.9 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Westport Island 2.2 SSW      2.1 in    0800 AM 02/19   COCORAHS

...Oxford County...
Bethel 6 SSE                 7.5 in    0633 AM 02/19   COOP
1 WNW Otisfield              7.0 in    0647 AM 02/19   Trained Spotter
Norway                       7.0 in    0609 AM 02/19   Broadcast Media
3 W Bethel                   7.0 in    0551 AM 02/19   Broadcast Media
Sweden                       7.0 in    0549 AM 02/19   Public
Bryant Pond                  6.8 in    0625 AM 02/19   Trained Spotter
2 SSE Hebron                 6.8 in    0619 AM 02/19
4 SSW Otisfield              6.6 in    0600 AM 02/19   NWS Employee
Hartford 1.4 N               5.8 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS

...Sagadahoc County...
Topsham 3.7 NE               2.5 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Bath 1.1 WSW                 1.8 in    0600 AM 02/19   COCORAHS

...Somerset County...
North New Portland 0.3 WSW   7.0 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Palmyra 3.5 NW               5.6 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
1.9 S Harmony                5.5 in    0700 AM 02/19   COOP

...Waldo County...
Searsmont 3.5 WNW            3.9 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Winterport 2.9 N             3.1 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Belmont 2.7 SSE              3.0 in    0600 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Prospect 2.6 W               2.8 in    0630 AM 02/19   COCORAHS

...York County...
Hollis Center 5.4 NW         4.7 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Acton 2.7 NW                 4.7 in    0530 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
North Waterboro 1.2 NE       4.5 in    0630 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
North Berwick 5.3 W          3.7 in    0730 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Biddeford 1.5 NNE            2.5 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
2.6 SW Ogunquit              1.7 in    0700 AM 02/19   COOP
York 5.2 N                   1.7 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS

...New Hampshire...

...Belknap County...
Belmont 1.7 SW               4.7 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Laconia                      4.5 in    0904 AM 02/19   CO-OP Observer
Laconia 7.9 E                4.5 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Meredith 2.9 SSW             4.4 in    0600 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Sanbornton 2.3 WNW           4.1 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Tilton Northfield 3.3 NE     4.0 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS

...Carroll County...
1 N Madison                  9.5 in    0631 AM 02/19   Trained Spotter
North Conway 1.8 SSE         8.5 in    0800 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Jackson 3.7 NW               8.5 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
North Conway 1.4 SSW         8.3 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Bartlett                     8.0 in    0700 AM 02/19   COOP
3 NW Sandwich                7.5 in    0708 AM 02/19   Public
Madison 1.7 SE               7.3 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Center Sandwich 4.9 E        7.0 in    0600 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Wolfeboro 0.6 SW             5.2 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
1 NE Wolfeboro               4.7 in    0900 AM 02/19   CO-OP Observer
Wolfeboro                    4.7 in    0700 AM 02/19   UCOOP

...Cheshire County...
1.6 W Keene                  2.7 in    0600 AM 02/19   COOP
Keene 2.5 NNW                2.5 in    0600 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Rindge 3.2 ESE               1.0 in    0550 AM 02/19   COCORAHS

...Coos County...
Gorham                       7.4 in    0530 AM 02/19   COOP
Randolph 1.4 NE              6.0 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Gorham                       5.1 in    0510 AM 02/19   COOP
Pinkham Notch                4.7 in    0546 AM 02/19   COOP
1 SE Lancaster               3.0 in    0603 AM 02/19   Trained Spotter
Northumberland               2.9 in    0810 AM 02/19   COOP
Lancaster 0.5 N              2.7 in    0600 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Pittsburg                    2.0 in    0902 AM 02/19   CO-OP Observer
Whitefield                   2.0 in    0706 AM 02/19   Trained Spotter
Pittsburg                    2.0 in    0700 AM 02/19   COOP
Jefferson 1 W                1.8 in    0700 AM 02/19   COOP

...Grafton County...
Ashland 2.4 NNW              6.0 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
3 W Holderness               6.0 in    1235 AM 02/19   Trained Spotter
5 SSE Thornton               4.8 in    0803 AM 02/19   Trained Spotter
Bristol 0.4 SSE              4.6 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Orange                       2.5 in    0700 AM 02/19   COOP

...Hillsborough County...
Mont Vernon 1.3 SSW          2.8 in    0630 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Peterborough                 2.0 in    0700 AM 02/19   COOP
Milford 1 ESE                1.0 in    0730 AM 02/19   COOP
1.1 SE Nashua                0.4 in    0700 AM 02/19   COOP

...Merrimack County...
Northfield 2.8 E             5.7 in    0518 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Sutton Mills 0.1 ENE         4.5 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Newbury 1.6 NW               4.5 in    0600 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
South Sutton 1.3 SE          4.3 in    0800 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Canterbury 2.5 SSW           4.0 in    0710 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
1.8 N Franklin               4.0 in    0700 AM 02/19   COOP
Chichester 2.7 SSW           4.0 in    0245 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
South Sutton 2.5 SSE         3.5 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Bow 1.6 NW                   3.2 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
3.3 SW Contoocook            2.8 in    0700 AM 02/19   COOP
Concord 3.8 SSE              2.7 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS

...Rockingham County...
Northwood 2.9 WSW            2.8 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Auburn 1.8 E                 2.0 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Deerfield 3.2 WSW            2.0 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Northwood 1.9 WSW            2.0 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Hampstead 3 NW               1.6 in    0716 AM 02/19   COOP
0.5 W Epping                 1.0 in    0700 AM 02/19   COOP
Stratham 1.9 ESE             0.3 in    0600 AM 02/19   COCORAHS

...Strafford County...
Barrington 3.2 E             2.4 in    0600 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
Dover 0.8 E                  2.0 in    0800 AM 02/19   COCORAHS

...Sullivan County...
West Unity 0.7 WSW           6.5 in    0700 AM 02/19   COCORAHS
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8 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Wish GYX wouldn’t use that Northfield cocorahs. :axe:

Northfield, the Lunenburg of Merrimack Co 

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16 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Wish GYX wouldn’t use that Northfield cocorahs. :axe:

6 observations between 4.0" and 4.5" and then 1 observation that's 1+ inch more than the rest.  It does sort of stand out... it's not *that* bad but all the others are so close within a half inch there.

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5 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

6 observations between 4.0" and 4.5" and then 1 observation that's 1+ inch more than the rest.  It does sort of stand out... it's not *that* bad but all the others are so close within a half inch there.

It happens in almost every event. It’s not like the guy lives at 1500ft

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39 minutes ago, dendrite said:

It happens in almost every event. It’s not like the guy lives at 1500ft

Do you know that elevation?  Ten years ago this month brought the late great Feb slopfest, in which I got 10.7" of 4:1 mashed potatoes plus 1.1" of 34° RA.  I wondered how the "Temple 1.8 W" cocorahs (noted in Jeff's post of GYX snow reports) could've gotten 3X the snow (26.4" vs 8.8") of the Farmington co-op, just 6-7 miles away.  Using Google Earth I followed the only road heading west from the small center of Temple and learned that at 1.8 miles the elevation at the nearest house was about 1220', or 800' higher than the co-op.  Given that event's character, the difference suddenly made sense.  (And made me jelly!)  Of course, yesterday's storm was of entirely different character.

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5 minutes ago, tamarack said:

Do you know that elevation?  Ten years ago this month brought the late great Feb slopfest, in which I got 10.7" of 4:1 mashed potatoes plus 1.1" of 34° RA.  I wondered how the "Temple 1.8 W" cocorahs (noted in Jeff's post of GYX snow reports) could've gotten 3X the snow (26.4" vs 8.8") of the Farmington co-op, just 6-7 miles away.  Using Google Earth I followed the only road heading west from the small center of Temple and learned that at 1.8 miles the elevation at the nearest house was about 1220', or 800' higher than the co-op.  Given that event's character, the difference suddenly made sense.  (And made me jelly!)  Of course, yesterday's storm was of entirely different character.

Nah he's just bad. I've known the elevations of all of these people for awhile. They'll report similar water equiv sometimes with 2" more in moderate events to totally skew against everyone else's ratios. There's not a lot of elevation difference around here anyway and I'm not in that much of a low spot for the town.

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4 hours ago, dendrite said:

Nah he's just bad. I've known the elevations of all of these people for awhile. They'll report similar water equiv sometimes with 2" more in moderate events to totally skew against everyone else's ratios. There's not a lot of elevation difference around here anyway and I'm not in that much of a low spot for the town.

Yeah you know your local climo.  I’m always hard pressed to call anyone out around here knowing how vastly different the snowfall can be in very short distances, like 1” wouldn’t even be a red flag.  But you know your area... heck I’m at a higher elevation than JSpin by 250 feet but 30” behind him and he’s the next town south.  But it’s legit.  Even if someone two miles from me said they got a couple inches more in a synoptic event I’d believe it, ha.  Even in those with strong low level jet there can be decent orographic changes.

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I could not find a BTV Info Statement with snow totals, just two for the wind.  Did they issue a snow total statement or map?

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Just now, klw said:

I could not find a BTV Info Statement with snow totals, just two for the wind.  Did they issue a snow total statement or map?

They have their daily climate summary maps which could fill that void...

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1 minute ago, powderfreak said:

They have their daily climate summary maps which could fill that void...

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Was it really that bleak up in the CV for this storm?  Did the AM squall today help out?

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Just now, klw said:

Was it really that bleak up in the CV for this storm?  Did the AM squall today help out?

Yeah and southeast flow really downsloped that area.  Not that it upsloped on the east side but being on the edge of the precip shield AND downsloping really dropped totals off fast east of the Spine... from like 2" to a heavy dusting. 

We had the worlds smallest flakes yesterday up here... looked like arctic sand type snow you'd get when its -5F but it was actually in the 20s.  The squalls this morning probably doubled the "storms" totals, lol.

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1 hour ago, powderfreak said:

Yeah you know your local climo.  I’m always hard pressed to call anyone out around here knowing how vastly different the snowfall can be in very short distances, like 1” wouldn’t even be a red flag.  But you know your area... heck I’m at a higher elevation than JSpin by 250 feet but 30” behind him and he’s the next town south.  But it’s legit.  Even if someone two miles from me said they got a couple inches more in a synoptic event I’d believe it, ha.  Even in those with strong low level jet there can be decent orographic changes.

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