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MAG5035

Central PA - Jan 31 to Feb 2 Winter Storm

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35 minutes ago, Blizzard of 93 said:

Bingo!

It’s actually a fairly wide jackpot from Harrisburg to Selinsgrove back towards Altoona.

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I wonder what's up with that circle of lower totals the NAM keeps showing in eastern PA? It jumps around a bit from the Lehigh Valley to the Poconos, but it seems to be there nearly every run.

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5 minutes ago, Itstrainingtime said:

I was disappointed with the NAM until I remembered it is actually 2" more snow for me over 18z. (5" up to 7")  :)

Icon just went south with decent precip in central Md. also brought out totals up a bit. Just looking fir wiggle room. 

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6 minutes ago, Bubbler86 said:

Incredible amounts on Rgem a bit east from before but thinking maybe a 40" total.

 

Edit....46 inches!

I'm thinking someone took the 00Z Canadian R-Gem and gave either their latent heat equations the LFM treatment or treated the upslope into the southern Poconos the old Canadian Regional lower mainland of BC treatment. no way in heck the Lehigh Valley and I-78 corridor down to the Reading Outlets see 40-55" of snow out of this event.

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1 minute ago, pasnownut said:

Icon just went south with decent precip in central Md. also brought out totals up a bit. Just looking fir wiggle room. 

This is the 10-1 map for the ICON... I don’t think Kuchera is available for it that I have seen.

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1 minute ago, Jim Marusak said:

I'm thinking someone took the 00Z Canadian R-Gem and gave either their latent heat equations the LFM treatment or treated the upslope into the southern Poconos the old Canadian Regional lower mainland of BC treatment. no way in heck the Lehigh Valley and I-78 corridor down to the Reading Outlets see 40-55" of snow out of this event.

But it’s sure nice to watch on screen. That loop is pure Pornographic for eastern pa

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Just now, Blizzard of 93 said:

This is the 10-1 map for the ICON... I don’t think Kuchera is available for it that I have seen.

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Gotta say this east gig being shown is a bit of an eye opener. Hope it’s just a blip on da digital snow radar. 

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3 minutes ago, Jim Marusak said:

I'm thinking someone took the 00Z Canadian R-Gem and gave either their latent heat equations the LFM treatment or treated the upslope into the southern Poconos the old Canadian Regional lower mainland of BC treatment. no way in heck the Lehigh Valley and I-78 corridor down to the Reading Outlets see 40-55" of snow out of this event.

Hah maybe they forgot to change the units from cm to inches. Funny thing is that still would convert to 18-24" there, lol.

 

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Just now, MAG5035 said:

Hah maybe they forgot to change the units from cm to inches. Funny thing is that still would convert to 18-24" there, lol.

 

And we’ll end up with...mm’s

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3 minutes ago, pasnownut said:

Gotta say this east gig being shown is a bit of an eye opener. Hope it’s just a blip on da digital snow radar. 

Enjoy your 6-12”. That’s a great, great storm. 

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