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Ginx snewx

February the climo snow month

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I dunno, that's a pretty crushing look for ORH to Ray's area on GFS...they basically stay on the NW side of the stalled bent back mid-level WF for like 18 straight hours. That's why it's like 1.5-2 inches of QPF in 24 hours.

Doesn't matter at this range obviousl on details....but you'd want to hit that if you were there....all the way back to western CT.

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Just now, 40/70 Benchmark said:

I haven't looked at the clownage....just H5, and it wasn't a looker.

Look at 8h inflow, you just talked about it lol. Thats a qpf maker.  

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Just now, ORH_wxman said:

I dunno, that's a pretty crushing look for ORH to Ray's area on GFS...they basically stay on the NW side of the stalled bent back mid-level WF for like 18 straight hours. That's why it's like 1.5-2 inches of QPF in 24 hours.

Doesn't matter at this range obviousl on details....but you'd want to hit that if you were there....all the way back to western CT.

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Just now, ORH_wxman said:

I dunno, that's a pretty crushing look for ORH to Ray's area on GFS...they basically stay on the NW side of the stalled bent back mid-level WF for like 18 straight hours. That's why it's like 1.5-2 inches of QPF in 24 hours.

Doesn't matter at this range obviousl on details....but you'd want to hit that if you were there....all the way back to western CT.

Gotcha. I didn't look at anything beyond H5 at this range.

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Just now, HoarfrostHubb said:

Don't forget to take out the Norlun stuff from that.

 

Still a huge hit

1.9 qpf versus 2.3

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Just now, dryslot said:

Don't look at the GGEM ha ha.

 

Just now, 40/70 Benchmark said:

Whiff?

GEM suite has been running south..not out far enough on wxbell

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Just now, 40/70 Benchmark said:

Whiff?

GEM suite has been running south..not out far enough on wxbell

Just gets SE SNE area and cape.

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Just now, 40/70 Benchmark said:

That models blows, anyway.

I would still be shoveling snow from this model, I don't use it but you can bet if it was a blizzard there would be plenty humping it.

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Yeah...this is not a majorly powerful system - it's impact is/was ( at this time and preceding indications...) by virtue of duration...

That's the thread start - I'm presently detained with work related gunk .. I have not been writing for the past 15 hours though Ray -  lol

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Just now, PhineasC said:

Right where we want it?

Really doesn't matter much where it is right now because its all over the place from Op run to run, As long as it stays consistent on the ensembles and we get to later this week it will be fine, Time will tell, We will need it to track further north and west for up here, Right now its an occluded POS on the op models by the time its up here.

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2 minutes ago, MJO812 said:

Just like the GFS. 

And you say the Euro does too, So whats the best one?

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