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Dec 16-17 obs/nowcast thread

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2 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

Seriously...lucky sob. 

That has to be his best positive bust ever, What did you end up with Luke?

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2 minutes ago, Bostonseminole said:

HRRR give dendrite and general area another 15-20" lol

whoa...biggest of my life was PD1 in Delaware at 25"

you think that is for real?  that would mean this  band  sits and pivots over us.  

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Calling 7.75” here. There are drifts of about a foot or more, and exposed areas of 5-6”. Stuff seems to be tapering off now. I can’t really quite call it a “bust”, more like we just ended up low-balled.

 

 

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1 minute ago, bobbutts said:

Crushed..   Probably about 15"

given where the band is, I wasn't sure how you were doing there.  you are like 12 miles south of me and probably 15-20 south of Brian.

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10” Compact, 11.5” Total.  
 

Shows just How crappy and sleety the snow was last night to have such a uniform 10” but 11.5 total.  
 

Past 5 Hours...... 2.5”.  Putrid.  Meanwhile half the board North and West of me has 20” and still getting killed.  But can’t complain as much s that Historic subby zone.  But they probably already have 12” while I catch up, but this little rounded band may not last.  

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