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2-7-21 Sunday 8-12 hour nor'easter snowstorm roughly 5A-5P

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14 minutes ago, psv88 said:

30/25 in nw Suffolk 

38 in Long Beach still. I miss Huntington. :( 
 

Not much difference in snow that fell on Monday but a pretty big negative difference in snow left from there to here driving down last night. 

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The GFS cut back QPF from 18z. Shifted east slightly. No help there. Minor accumulations NW of NYC. Could still be a quick and disruptive 1-3.

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Half inch to 2 inches for the boroughs, though i doubt it sticks given weak rates predicted on the models. 

Next 2 threats look good.

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21 minutes ago, eduggs said:

The GFS cut back QPF from 18z. Shifted east slightly. No help there. Minor accumulations NW of NYC. Could still be a quick and disruptive 1-3.

This is one in a series of snow events unlike last winter when it was pulling teeth even to get tomorrow to happen. 

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22 minutes ago, wizard021 said:

Half inch to 2 inches for the boroughs, though i doubt it sticks given weak rates predicted on the models. 

Next 2 threats look good.

Thursday and next weekend, correct? 

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6 minutes ago, eduggs said:

The GFS cut back QPF from 18z. Shifted east slightly. No help there. Minor accumulations NW of NYC. Could still be a quick and disruptive 1-3.

Unfortunately seems the trend is undeniable and this is becoming a nuisance event west of LI 

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35 minutes ago, HVSnowLover said:

For north of the city Tuesday is also a threat 

It looks as if GFS gets a few inches of snow down to NYC with that one now. With leftover cold air from monday's cold blast, it's starting to look as if tuesday is turning into an interesting little event.

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I’m banking on 5-7” near me in eastern Suffolk. 
I think they’ll be a thumping for 2-3 hours and that’s about it. Maybe sleet for an hour to start us off. UVV in the frontogenesis zone then should make for some decent dendritic action before the low zips off to the NE into the Gulf of Maine. 

After years of activity on social media as TARC, later known as The Meteorological Eclipse, I have finally made it to a forum. 
 

Greetings and salutations to all American weather lovers. 
 

I’m eager to chase something in February and will travel anywhere within the CONUS. Any ideas? 
 

 

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1 hour ago, weatherpruf said:

Can you elaborate....this still looks like the heaviest stuff is south and east to my untrained eye, and not good for areas like Wayne. 

Really,  the movement north and west of the forcing  band  is a good move for all of us in the metro area.  We shall see

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1 hour ago, winterwx21 said:

It looks as if GFS gets a few inches of snow down to NYC with that one now. With leftover cold air from monday's cold blast, it's starting to look as if tuesday is turning into an interesting little event.

what about the Thursday into Friday event?

 

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28 minutes ago, LibertyBell said:

what about the Thursday into Friday event?

 

0z GFS gives the NYC area a few inches of snow thursday before mixing, but much higher amounts to the north where it takes much longer to change over.

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48 minutes ago, winterwx21 said:

0z GFS gives the NYC area a few inches of snow thursday before mixing, but much higher amounts to the north where it takes much longer to change over.

are temps in the 20s throughout the event?  If so even the mixing would stick, we haven't had a big snow to ice event here since 2007

 

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10 minutes ago, LibertyBell said:

are temps in the 20s throughout the event?  If so even the mixing would stick, we haven't had a big snow to ice event here since 2007

 

They start very cold in the 20s, but how long it stays cold enough depends on what model you look at. Tonight's Euro, as Anthony showed in the February thread, gives the entire area a LOT of snow thursday afternoon into thursday night. For today's event, the Euro is still giving the NYC area a solid 4 inches of snow.

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1 hour ago, winterwx21 said:

They start very cold in the 20s, but how long it stays cold enough depends on what model you look at. Tonight's Euro, as Anthony showed in the February thread, gives the entire area a LOT of snow thursday afternoon into thursday night. For today's event, the Euro is still giving the NYC area a solid 4 inches of snow.

wow that model doesn't have any changeover until south of Toms River and 6-12 here with the storm ending Friday afternoon, a 24 hr storm

 

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Can anyone tell me by looking at the radar, which model had the location at THIS TIME where the energy is right now correct ? I mean is the Nam onto something is it more West then depicted yesterday or is it more East ?

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