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Dr. Dews

March 2020 disc/obs

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18 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

So is that 1-3” along the trip along 95? Thank you for being semi civil at least. There’s a reason why that other freak job is ridiculed so much behind closed doors. If you’re around stop by Orono Brewing 

 

16 minutes ago, dryslot said:

Its going to be thin in that area along 95 and the coast no doubt, 2-4", You get north of AUG heading NW towards Skow on Rte 201 and the pack will be better,  I'm 2 hrs from Orono.

Yeah the highway through Cumberland County is going to be scorched out a bit, shadows will keep some snow and a sun bare ground. 

If you're staying in Waterville you should stop by the Proper Pig (my in-laws are part owners), though I'm not sure your frail frame could handle the burgers.

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Pretty nuts how we get 600mile nw trends from day 5 in the heart of winter but in a transitional month typical for producing fireworks the track is locked in for 5 days barely missing southeast... Really? 

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4 minutes ago, cleetussnow said:

As the snow line goes north, so do the posters.  If global warming keeps up we will be in the Labrador forum.  

Because we are missing this huge event to our north somehow?

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5 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

Pretty nuts how we get 600mile nw trends from day 5 in the heart of winter but in a transitional month typical for producing fireworks the track is locked in for 5 days barely missing southeast... Really? 

Peeps starting storm threads 5 days out. I miss the old days when we didnt start specific threads until it was obvious most would get a storm of semblance rain or snow

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The southern stream is more progressive while the northern stream is taking its slow time phasing in, this system is garbage for our region, we will miss it by about 103 miles to far east.

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Comparing snowpack for the past 4 years on this date.... thanks to BTV for posting this.  Wish we could see the entire New England area.  

Man ‘18 and ‘17 were pretty bleak right now.

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4 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Comparing snowpack for the past 4 years on this date.... thanks to BTV for posting this.  Wish we could see the entire New England area.  

Man ‘18 and ‘17 were pretty bleak right now.

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Amazing from March 2nd to March 15th 2018 most of Southern Vermont got 100" of snow.  It would be cool to see that map for 3/16. 

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1 minute ago, MJO812 said:

Is the northern stream sampled? Maybe we can pull off a boxing day special. 

Maybe it initialized with COVID-19?

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