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Dec 5/6th major coastal/ west Atlantic cyclogenesis ...?

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1 minute ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

Deff. You are fine there imo, either way. You’ll accumulate. 

I think you’ll be ok there but man it’s a tough call. 

Just now, ORH_wxman said:

I made a map of it years ago for SNE

 

December1992_snowfall_revised.PNG

As a valley dweller, I’m triggered.

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1 minute ago, CTValleySnowMan said:

Still painful to this day.  

Scooter just smashed his laptop over his snow blower.

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9 minutes ago, wxsniss said:

Great rain-snow flip story. My fondest memory is still 3/31/97.

Awesome storm to track. I'm most confident in ORH northeast into NH / ME.

Farther west? With this nuking out as quickly as guidance suggests, I'd think western extent of biggest accumulation might not be as far as we'd usually expect from midlevels... Also given how quickly this nukes (and some downstream ridging) I would not be surprised to see a closer track...

For Boston metro area / eastern SNE, we were threading the needle of dynamics + temps yesterday with a slightly further eastern track... with these western tics, the 4+ amounts are at risk. Will be extremely close and fun to watch with dynamics, and still think a quick 2-4"/3-6" is possible. Euro has not been jumping around as much as other guidance, let's see...

If euro tics west, then I maybe in trouble.

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6 minutes ago, wxsniss said:

Great rain-snow flip story. My fondest memory is still 3/31/97.

Awesome storm to track. I'm most confident in ORH northeast into NH / ME.

Farther west? With this nuking out as quickly as guidance suggests, I'd think western extent of biggest accumulation might not be as far as we'd usually expect from midlevels... Also given how quickly this nukes (and some downstream ridging) I would not be surprised to see a closer track...

For Boston metro area / eastern SNE, we were threading the needle of dynamics + temps yesterday with a slightly further eastern track... with these western tics, the 4+ amounts are at risk. Will be extremely close and fun to watch with dynamics, and still think a quick 2-4"/3-6" is possible. Euro has not been jumping around as much as other guidance, let's see...

My favorite too!

 

Sunday 3/30: 63˚, biking in shorts. Prediction of 10-14 overnight Monday which no one believed.

Monday 3/31: 45˚ and raining in the morning 8 SM W of KBOS. Prediction of a flip between 4 and 6. 1030 math class, bored looking out the window at the rain. Look back at the board. Look back out the window and I couldn't see across the field. My middle school math teacher did not care for my weather report.

1400: All after school activities canceled. Our bus driver usually left the door open and had to be woken up when it was time to leave but had to open and close it for everyone getting on to keep the blizzard out of the bus. With all activities canceled, we had about 80 people on the bus, sitting on laps. Barely made it up a couple of hills.

No school Tue-Wed, since many streets hadn't been touched.

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Euro looks slightly weaker with the southern stream at 12h vs the 06z run through 12h...not a big change though.

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4 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

I made a map of it years ago for SNE

 

December1992_snowfall_revised.PNG

ouch, I would assume my mini valley would have not done so well there, but eyeballing it on that map it has right on the light to dark blue line....do you know where that 13.8" tally came from in New Haven County?

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5 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

I made a map of it years ago for SNE

 

December1992_snowfall_revised.PNG

Loved this storm! I was on a cub scout overnight at the Museum of Science! They woke us up on the intercom at 6:45 with "good morning campers, it's snowing outside" and indeed it was. The morning activities were called off and everyone piled in to go home. We only had to make it a few exits out the Pike; not sure if there were folks from ORH county and how they fared!

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Just now, CoastalWx said:

Mini 12/92 maybe tomorrow. 

Yup. Smaller and further east.

 

1 minute ago, Spanks45 said:

ouch, I would assume my mini valley would have not done so well there, but eyeballing it on that map it has right on the light to dark blue line....do you know where that 13.8" tally came from in New Haven County?

Waterbury?

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Just now, Spanks45 said:

ouch, I would assume my mini valley would have not done so well there, but eyeballing it on that map it has right on the light to dark blue line....do you know where that 13.8" tally came from in New Haven County?

That map looks like it's somewhere near Prospect or Wolcott which are both up around 900 ft+

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Just now, Spanks45 said:

ouch, I would assume my mini valley would have not done so well there, but eyeballing it on that map it has right on the light to dark blue line....do you know where that 13.8" tally came from in New Haven County?

I believe it was the woodbury coop

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5 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

I promise you, if I see 6”...I’ll do something for you, non sexual. Maybe wash your truck in tight shorts?

 

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9 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Mini 12/92 maybe tomorrow. 

I remember 12 9 05 like it was yesterday. It was sleeting raining then all of a sudden I looked up and could see a huge cloud of snowflakes make their way to the surface. The transition was also accompanied by constant thunder and lightning. I hope we have a daytime transition cuz they are so cool. Great PDF on 12 9 05

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://ams.confex.com/ams/pdfpapers/126185.pdf&ved=2ahUKEwjwzuKG8rTtAhX3GFkFHZ7nC8MQFjABegQIEhAB&usg=AOvVaw2jflWRlCag-mjmdXTJUKNd

 

 

 

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