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Obs and nowcast Major Nor'easter near blizzard Sunday afternoon Jan 31 - Sunrise Wednesday Feb 3

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4 minutes ago, TheManWithNoFace said:

Wow the Hunterdon/Somerset corridor is well represented here. 5" in Flemington. 

A few more people in our area have started posting during storms, which is great...I know of at least 3 people from Branchburg on here...

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8 minutes ago, TheManWithNoFace said:

Wow the Hunterdon/Somerset corridor is well represented here. 5" in Flemington. 

Representing Bernardsville here.

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Just now, HailMan06 said:

Representing Bernardsville here.

Waddup neighbor! I think that makes.at least 5 of us in.Hunterdon and Somerset. 

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Just now, HeadInTheClouds said:

I just saw 2 flakes in Hyde Park. Woo-hoo. 19/10. 

We knew this virga purgatory was coming, but it still grinds on the psyche a bit. No matter... distance makes the heart grow fonder.

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This may also be obvious, but I'm hyped up on snow fumes, lol.  With 5" down here and in many other locations in CNJ (and other locations, like EPA and soon in NNJ/NYC), at the rate we're going, we should have 7-9" by 7 am (6 hours), assuming 2-4" more by then.  And if the coastal cranks up and delivers the 10-14" of heavy snow from 7 am to 7 pm shown by all of the models, some are going to see totals of 17-23" by 7 pm Monday with another 3-5" forecast after 7 pm by most models - that could get some to 20-28", which would easily be top 5-10 for this area (at least for the 95 corridor; well inland has had more big storms than that), as there have been 7 storms over 20" in NYC (and 11 over 18") in 151 years of record-keeping. At this point, IMO, 12" is a lock for almost all of CNJ/NNJ/NYC (except the immediate NJ coast) and 18" is likely and 24" is very possible - barring some unforseen changeover or dry slot or nuts shooting lasers at the sky to kill the snow.  

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2" on the UES with moderate snow and really nice flake size. Looks like the radar is filling in in CNJ, should provide a great base for the CCB to do its damage tomorrow.

Another thing to note: KNYC has reported a total liquid equivalent of .11" since the snow started, and I assume that they have the same accumulations I do (the castle is about a mile to my NW). This would indicate excellent ratios, which isn't a surprise given it's only 22 degrees here at the moment.

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Just now, Gravity Wave said:

2" on the UES with moderate snow and really nice flake size. Looks like the radar is filling in in CNJ, should provide a great base for the CCB to do its damage tomorrow.

Another thing to note: KNYC has reported a total liquid equivalent of .11" since the snow started, and I assume that they have the same accumulations I do (the castle is about a mile to my NW). This would indicate excellent ratios, which isn't a surprise given it's only 22 degrees here at the moment.

I'd venture to guess there's a bit of a delay in their estimates, right?

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I actually wouldn’t be shocked if there is pingling near or in the city briefly tonight (the middle level warming with the waa snows) but it will recede quickly once the coastal takes over 

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