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January 2021

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3 minutes ago, dryslot said:

You know its bad times when all i see when i come in here is reminiscing about past storms and the haves and have nots, Someone should start a nostalgia thread.

There is one.  

 

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2 minutes ago, 40/70 Benchmark said:

Do you hate to see it?

Yeah, I'd rather see the phantom norlun talk where some may get a coating in here.

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There are no past snowstorms being discussed right now...it is pattern talk....the 3 composites I posted are 2000-2001, 2012-2013, and 1986-1987....all blockbuster snow years in SNE. They had some similarities to the Atlantic pattern of 1979-1980 but they produced.

The pattern currently being forecasted resembles some similarities too.

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4 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

There are no past snowstorms being discussed right now...it is pattern talk....the 3 composites I posted are 2000-2001, 2012-2013, and 1986-1987....all blockbuster snow years in SNE. They had some similarities to the Atlantic pattern of 1979-1980 but they produced.

The pattern currently being forecasted resembles some similarities too.

Slick....I though they were terd seasons.

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Boston:

Year/Snowfall

2001/2002 45.9"

2012/2013 63.4"

1986/1987 42.5

I think the word "Blockbuster" seasonal totals is a little strong of a word to use but I guess the 63.4" comes somewhat close depending upon ones point of view.

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5 minutes ago, Greg said:

Boston:

Year/Snowfall

2001/2002 45.9"

2012/2013 63.4"

1986/1987 42.5

I think the word "Blockbuster" seasonal totals is a little strong of a word to use but I guess the 63.4" comes somewhat close depending upon ones point of view.

2000-2001.

2001 and 1987 were def. better across the interior.

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37 minutes ago, dryslot said:

You know its bad times when all i see when i come in here is reminiscing about past storms and the haves and have nots, Someone should start a nostalgia thread.

The banter forum was talking snow blowers and snow plows last week.
Fun times fursure

Edit: There were even a few videos of snow plowing and snow blowing in action.

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1 minute ago, 40/70 Benchmark said:

Unreal...the pattern is a N stream bomb factory.....out in the ocean due to the slanted nature of the entire hemisphere. N stream playing ball more for 1/29, too.

Fish need love too.

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14 minutes ago, Greg said:

Boston:

Year/Snowfall

2001/2002 45.9"

2012/2013 63.4"

1986/1987 42.5

I think the word "Blockbuster" seasonal totals is a little strong of a word to use but I guess the 63.4" comes somewhat close depending upon ones point of view.

ORH:

2000-2001: 102.1"

2012-2013: 108.9"

1986-1987: 93.6"

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GGEM came quite a bit north with 1/26....we'll see what the other foreigns do before linking our doom and gloom fate to the GFS.

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1 minute ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

Damn Ray...we’ve gotta tell your company to give you some work to do. 

Dude, you have no idea.....its slow here, anyway.....now with the covid hardbreak, they are discouraging face-to-face unless necessary. That's why I don't post much at home, anymore...its all I do, all day.

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