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January 16 2021 - Inland runner Rain/Snow/Wind

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Just now, dendrite said:

Phin pounding with the E flow. Heavy subby just to the west. 
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Looks like the slot is filling in. 6” easily doable. Maybe 8+

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Back to just pounding wet snow over here.

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The upslope signal tonight and tomorrow is just sick.  There’s a lot of residual moisture around to get wrung out.

Most models have 0.5-1.0” QPF as upslope for the Spine.  Here’s the GFS starting at 9pm tonight through 9pm tomorrow.

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5 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Looks like the slot is filling in. 6” easily doable. Maybe 8+

Yeah...rain filled back in here, but at least we’re into the 40s now. The ice on the driveway is vaporizing. 

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4 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Back to just pounding wet snow over here.

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The upslope signal tonight and tomorrow is just sick.  There’s a lot of residual moisture around to get wrung out.

Most models have 0.5-1.0” QPF as upslope for the Spine.  Here’s the GFS starting at 9pm tonight through 9pm tomorrow.

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Bread and butter is back

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9 minutes ago, PhineasC said:

Randolph raking. 

Nuking big flakes on your cam. That circular stone yardscape piece is buried now. Not sure how much was showing before but you prob have at least 6”. 

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1 minute ago, ORH_wxman said:

Nuking big flakes on your cam. That circular stone yardscape piece is buried now. Not sure how much was showing before but you prob have at least 6”. 

Based on my other cams from the front of the house it’s probably about 6. I have a good shot of a railing and it’s piled up tall on there. 

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Just now, Lava Rock said:

So close to our hood

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But yet so far, Eustis/Rangeley getting smoked.

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16 minutes ago, dryslot said:

Nice subby zone on the NH/VT border.

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I wonder how far north the heavy rain/snow line goes. Hoping a hard stop at the southern Piscataquis County border and that the storm is bringing in more cold air than CAR first thought. I know we'll warm as rates calm down but maybe by then we can pick up close to 6 inches at 850'

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16 minutes ago, LongBeachSurfFreak said:

Had about 20” above 2k at Stratton. About 16” of wet snow at my house at 1600’. Power is out with lots of tree damage 

That’s awesome.  Lots of of 12-18” in the southern/central Greens.  My buddy at Killington showed what looked like 10-12” on roof of car.

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19 minutes ago, TheMainer said:

I wonder how far north the heavy rain/snow line goes. Hoping a hard stop at the southern Piscataquis County border and that the storm is bringing in more cold air than CAR first thought. I know we'll warm as rates calm down but maybe by then we can pick up close to 6 inches at 850'

I think i have 3-5" up where you are on HCS.

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Man, it is nuking on the SR cams. Awesome stuff. North country needs a good base builder. 

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17 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

That’s awesome.  Lots of of 12-18” in the southern/central Greens.  My buddy at Killington showed what looked like 10-12” on roof of car.

Jack 

Just a great storm for all NNE mtns 

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3.5" with 3" 11:30-1:15 when it changed to IP, with till the odd flake and occasional raindrops.  The 3.5" is wonderful snowman material, 6-7 to 1.  Now some scattered fatties hurtling down.

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4 hours ago, CoastalWx said:

Looks like bread and butter is back for a couple of days once the main slug of precip passes. 

 

40 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Bread and butter is back

 

“Sigh” You’re getting there I guess.  The first usage is close, but you still need some work on the analogy.  It looks like almost a week of a bread and butter-style pattern after this storm passes.  If you’re responding to PF’s post regarding this storm’s upslope component, that’s not the correct analogy at all.  If this storm was bread and butter we’d probably average 500-600” of snow a season.  Don’t make me go Miyagi on you; Phin helped set up the appropriate analogy for this type of system a while back:

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Just now, J.Spin said:

 

 

“Sigh” You’re getting there I guess.  The first usage is close, but you still need some work on the analogy.  It looks like almost a week of a bread and butter-style pattern after this storm passes.  If you’re responding to PF’s post regarding this storm’s upslope component, that’s not the correct analogy at all.  If this storm was bread and butter we’d probably average 500-600” of snow a season.  Don’t make me go Miyagi on you; Phin helped set up the appropriate analogy for this type of system a while back:

 

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That’s what I said? :lol:  I guess I wasn’t clear when I said after this slug passes. I meant that the upslope machine turns on after the Synoptics go. 

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