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Baroclinic Zone

December 5-6, 2020 Storm Observations and Nowcast

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2 minutes ago, PhineasC said:

Fire roaring, whiskey in my coffee, sitting by the picture windows looking out at moderate snow falling. This is it, folks!

Congrats...enjoy up there. Maybe you've brought some luck...this wasn't looking like much of anything a week ago. Keep complaining your way to big snows and we'll all benefit. ;)

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11 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

Fighting midlevel temps there but it should go back to snow soon. You can see the CC collapsing back SE in the last couple frames. 

Meanwhile, getting blitzed in ORH 

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What a difference in 10 miles.

Just flipped back to all snow.  Hopefully this time will be the charm and we're there for the duration.

35*

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Just now, It's Always Sunny said:

Looks like melting later is pivoting NW and encroaching towards 495/north shore so a change over back to rain/mix could be possible soon for cntrl-nrn Middlesex county.

Yeah I'm thinking our coastal areas up this way could do a rain-snow-rain-snow scenario.

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5 minutes ago, rimetree said:

Congrats...enjoy up there. Maybe you've brought some luck...this wasn't looking like much of anything a week ago. Keep complaining your way to big snows and we'll all benefit. ;)

It worked! The snow gods sometimes will give a weenie snow just to shut him up for a bit.

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5 minutes ago, Hoth said:

May be hallucinating, but appears to be some very wet flakes mixing in.

No need to do that ... :)

...go to you car.  Enter said vehicle.  Observe particle impact behavior upon windows/windshield... If the 'blatting' pattern ends up in 'star' structures - your transition level is probably not that high up and you are close...  Rain drops in that phase of early transition will catch your attention as they zip by ...sort of 'glowing' a little bit but ... they may also not be falling quite at the same terminal velocity of straight liquid particulates...

 

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