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Significant upper middle Atlantic S/CNE mix/snow potential Jan 3+

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34F, decent wet flakes on this side of the CF.

Actually quickly whitening cars under these 30 dBZs!

To quote Jerry, "this is what it's come to?"

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Almost an inch here eyeballing. Hopefully some more intense batches roll through. Most of that fell in under an hour

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27 minutes ago, The 4 Seasons said:

yeah i know what you mean, and theres definitely one storm in the 2004-2006 time frame that immediately comes to mind that had a convective pop corn like looking radar, i just cant think of exactly when it was and its driving me crazy

The one that became a massive short-duration blizzard in eastern NE?

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Rain falling at BDR and the extreme SW and SE CT shoreline. Sometimes its helpful to live 5-10 miles inland even though im still close to sea level.

Light snow. 32F

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7 minutes ago, The 4 Seasons said:

Rain falling at BDR and the extreme SW and SE CT shoreline. Sometimes its helpful to live 5-10 miles inland even though im still close to sea level.

Light snow. 32F

Light snow here but no accumulation

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This looks pretty interesting all the sudden.  Those are some solid returns coming up from the south for this great snow growth.

I bet J.Spin is now seeing 1"/hr rates at least as it just moved over the Interstate/Winooski Valley corridor.

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17 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

This looks pretty interesting all the sudden.  Those are some solid returns coming up from the south for this great snow growth.

I bet J.Spin is now seeing 1"/hr rates at least as it just moved over the Interstate/Winooski Valley corridor.

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A little deformation with that band from N PA up through there. Models have it fizzling out within a few hours so capitalize while you can.

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2 minutes ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

0.75”.   But that radar...:whistle:

Probably 0.5” here but just light baking soda right now.  Radar empty over most of Franklin Co.  That hole is coming your way... 

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23 minutes ago, Thunderblizzard said:

Ugly. Maybe the stuff in Fairfield county can hold together a bit as it goes ENE, but probably not much more otherwise.

But.. There is a nice little spin in Pa. Plus.. The precip seema to backfill in Eastern PA. That is coming towarda us. 

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