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Jan 26-27 light snows

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1 minute ago, Ginx snewx said:

First time for everything, BDendy using Kuchie Koo

That's 6-8" here.  I'm selling until tomorrow morning.

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1 minute ago, CoastalWx said:

Inv trough may not be far fetched. 

Good setup for it with that PV lobe dropping through. Those isobars will be getting the Krafty tug.

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3 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

First time for everything, BDendy using Kuchie Koo

I’m safe with ptype so I went with the weenier map.

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Just now, dendrite said:

I’m safe with ptype so I went with the weenier map.

This is pretty crazy itself 498 ULL traveling south overhead with -40 plus 

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Half of what the GFS shows around here and other places falls as rain.  I don't trust those thermals.  It shows just under an inch of QPF here and more to the north.

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Just now, PhineasC said:

NH max will end up over my house by verification time. ;)  

That would be some real Randolph magic to get an inverted trough to jack you up there...lol

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Para GFS not really biting in the big IVT/norlun aspect for 1/28 that the OP GFS is selling. More like just very light stuff lingering. 

It likes the pike region though for 1/26 into early 1/27. 

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Looks like I might do good here.. Hoping models hold and don't change again.. Looks like things are moving in the right direction for multiple storms.. 

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6 hours ago, weathafella said:

Damn-wire to wire snow otg on our trip home Thursday/Friday.   

I drove from Boston to St. Louis and back via Nashville and Washington DC - leaving Thursday morning and returning yesterday at noon - 2,700 miles. I don't think I saw a single cloud! I assumed when I planned my route a few weeks ago, I would encounter a couple of storms!

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6 hours ago, Sey-Mour Snow said:

Well that was fun while it lasted, my gut was correct. Congrats rt 2 north; hoping for an inch here. GEFS look awesome for CNE

Never ever weigh the popecast heavily. 

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