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Just now, weathafella said:

One day I’m going to be watching the snow change to rain after 3 inches while you book 20*

Anybody who knows that area knows how well they do. Just a wee bit more patience that's all.

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Just now, PhineasC said:

I am hoping for a solid 5 inches (that doesn’t take like 3 days to accumulate) and like 3-4 days of temps in the mid 20s to enjoy it. 

Did your neighbors or the previous owners have any pics of winter up there? Just curious. 

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2 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Did your neighbors or the previous owners have any pics of winter up there? Just curious. 

I have seen a few pics. The prior owner had a few on Facebook. More stories from the neighbors here telling me I will be begging for mercy any day now... it does precipitate here a lot in certain patterns. I’m sure when temps are not near 60 the snow can really pile up. 

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46 minutes ago, klw said:

Was it 2015 when the high on July 4th was lower in parts of NE than it was on Christmas?

Close.  BOX was 72 on 7/4 and 69 on Christmas eve.  NYC recorded 72/63 that day; their average for 12/24 is 35° and that 32.5° positive departure is the greatest I've found for any individual day in their 150+ year POR.

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30 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Wow. We take.

In fairness to Phin, he doesn’t know any better coming from the Mid-Atlantic—both in when NOT to panic AND about being ok with a SNE centric storm. 

He’ll be telling us how great winter has been when he has 78.2” and we have 6.5” in January, and will be openly pulling for a 985mb rainier track over our heads in February if it means 24+ for the northern crew. 

He just needs some more seasoning. 

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2 minutes ago, WxWatcher007 said:

In fairness to Phin, he doesn’t know any better coming from the Mid-Atlantic—both in when NOT to panic AND about being ok with a SNE centric storm. 

He’ll be telling us how great winter has been when he has 78.2” and we have 6.5” in January, and will be openly pulling for a 985mb rainier track over our heads in February if it means 24+ for the northern crew. 

He just needs some more seasoning. 

It’s all fun and games until you’re smoking cirrus from a SNE 2ft bomb.

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30 minutes ago, PhineasC said:

I am hoping for a solid 5 inches and like 3-4 days to enjoy it. 

The lack of inappropriate responses to this post shows how people here have matured over the past few years.

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6 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Let’s extrapolate the 18z NAM and take guesses.

ha, Just looking at H5 tells me it will be a nuke but we would not probably be in favor of the results.

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6 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

The thought did cross my mind.

Perhaps for too many of us it would have been I “the pot calling the kettle” realm. As always ....

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5 minutes ago, dryslot said:

ha, Just looking at H5 tells me it will be a nuke but we would not probably be in favor of the results.

That most certainly would be a nuke. 

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5 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

That most certainly would be a nuke. 

Would prob be east of euro but hard to say by how much. We’d prob be screwed down here but powderfreak to Alex/phineas would prob like it. 

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Models are all actually going back to the original solutions they had with a second soueast screamer cutting waaay west. They all had that before going offshore. We’ve probably got at least one more this weekend and then we’ll have to see.Trend each run now should be farther west and inland 

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7 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Models are all actually going back to the original solutions they had with a second soueast screamer cutting waaay west. They all had that before going offshore. We’ve probably got at least one more this weekend and then we’ll have to see.Trend each run now should be farther west and inland 

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1 hour ago, PhineasC said:

I am hoping for a solid 5 inches (that doesn’t take like 3 days to accumulate) and like 3-4 days of temps in the mid 20s to enjoy it. 

I spent a long weekend at Bolton a few years ago, it snowed all three days for a total of about 7 inches, it was great, it was light to maybe moderate once in a while. They had about 3 feet on the ground at the time.

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1 hour ago, WinterWolf said:

Just amazed at how bad the Euro has become...I knew this for a while, but it’s really not very good anymore.  

Just another model. Scores well at h5 but one can’t hang their forecast on it. Just ask DT...he’s been crushed by the euro busts of Jan15, Jan16, and some others. Just have to weigh it accordingly and not be all in on its output. 

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