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The 4 Seasons

Quick Hitter Obs/Nowcast, Feb 7-8th

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2 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

I go gigggetity when I saw the snow growth videos coming out of NJ this morning. Back under the band here again. Rip city

 

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8 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

What kind of beers?

Just like Sam or allegash white too. Not a real beer snob or ipa guy...but enjoy those two.  Blue moon sometimes too.  

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6 minutes ago, H2Otown_WX said:

1.4" at BDL, 15:1 ratios last hour.

BDL has to have more than that, right?  They've had at least a couple hours reported of SNICR 1.

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Man, that band in Norfolk county right now. I’m on the northern edge of it and absolutely ripping again but it must be 3” per hour stuff in the heart of it. 

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3 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

I’ll kindly disagree . They were the only output showing the heavy Banding farther west. Everything else had SE Mass as ground zero. You even had Mets this morning saying “ take em down” “ we downgrade “ etc. Globals were putrid 

Warnings to NH was a little wild, they were right to take 'em down. Overcorrected though.

Honestly blending the NAM with the drier guidance was the way to go overall. Take the NAM alone and it's going to be too wet. But I honestly think the mid levels were always pointing to a nice NYC to Pike band. Check the receipts, I don't think I ever harshed your buzz on higher totals for KTOL.

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Just now, ORH_wxman said:

Man, that band in Norfolk county right now. I’m on the northern edge of it and absolutely ripping again but it must be 3” per hour stuff in the heart of it. 

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push that 3 miles north! either way, terrific snowgrowth here.

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1 minute ago, powderfreak said:

BDL has to have more than that, right?  They've had at least a couple hours reported of SNICR 1.

Nah, that's all we have here man, I'm putting those SNINCRs in lol. We had 0.5 and 0.6 the last two hours.

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23 minutes ago, CT Valley Snowman said:

Riding the line here, just a bit too far NW for the heavy but steady and moderate bursts.  

I feel ya man..., vis down but growth has been far from stellar here, minus a few bursts here and there... just over 2" since 0945, closing in on the 3" I thought... amazing NWS had me at 6 less than 24 hours ago, only if I was 20 miles south, congrats those under that band that's now pivoting, looks like perhaps some double digit totals under that when done

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2 minutes ago, H2Otown_WX said:

Nah, that's all we have here man, I'm putting those SNINCRs in lol. We had 0.5 and 0.6 the last two hours.

:lol: Awesome.  So you get a SNINCR 1 for anything over 0.5"?  For some reason I thought you had to get to 1" or more to get that.  And 2" or more to get the 2, etc.  I just saw the depth go from 6 to 7 and then 7 to 8.

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snow growth was meager last hour, less than a half inch, but got much better last 15 minutes, 1.75" total OTG portsmouth RI 32/30

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4 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

Man, that band in Norfolk county right now. I’m on the northern edge of it and absolutely ripping again but it must be 3” per hour stuff in the heart of it. 

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The goods are tantalizingly close.  Seems to be inching north.  Hopefully it doesn't consolidate back south

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1 minute ago, powderfreak said:

:lol: Awesome.  So you get a SNINCR 1 for anything over 0.5"?  For some reason I thought you had to get to 1" or more to get that.  And 2" or more to get the 2, etc.  I just saw the depth go from 6 to 7 and then 7 to 8.

It's 0.5" or more and the depth has to increase by a whole inch. So like if you got 0.6 and your depth went from 6.7 to 7.3 then  you wouldn't report it.

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14 minutes ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

Dang it... the Gillette Stadium webcam is all covered up...

Cam must be on the field throwing 5 yard passes into the ground....

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11 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

Back into the edge of “the band” after being outside for about half an hour. Flake size has drastically increased again. Breached 3” 

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Are you still up on Winter Hill? Not more than a couple of miles as the crow flies from me. 

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8" and still dumping even though radar says I am now on the northern edge of the goods. Stuff will settle to like 3" though lol

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7 minutes ago, OceanStWx said:

Warnings to NH was a little wild, they were right to take 'em down. Overcorrected though.

Honestly blending the NAM with the drier guidance was the way to go overall. Take the NAM alone and it's going to be too wet. But I honestly think the mid levels were always pointing to a nice NYC to Pike band. Check the receipts, I don't think I ever harshed your buzz on higher totals for KTOL.

Lol .. not you no. I didn’t mean you. The guilty know who they are. I was bullish on 4-8” statewide based on exactly what you just stated.  If one looked past snow maps and looked at fronto and forcing one could see that being signaled the last couple days. I thought the NAM (while having some high outputs) and the HREF mean showed the overall idea the best. These coastals almost always have that . I just think overall it was a pretty poor performance by the globals as a whole. I’m enjoying the beer out of this today! 

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