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February 18/19th Storm Potential

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Both NAMs put down .5" of QPF between 10 am and 1 pm in DC, the big question seems to be what the precip type is but that's a crazy 3 hours either way. 

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2 minutes ago, clskinsfan said:

Through 45 with still tons of precip to the west. Dont know if any of it will make to us though. 

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Ok I’m happy. I don’t give two shits what form it’s in. At least I won’t have to look at a radar that looks like Swiss cheese

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The track is damn near perfect now. Duel low structure with a primary into east TN and coastal tracks from outer banks to about 75 miles off Delmarva and northeast. 

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5 minutes ago, Snowchaser said:

TWC is very bullish with the snowfall.:arrowhead:

Even some isolated spots of 12”-18”.

 

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They’re still naming winter storms?

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16 minutes ago, Winter Wizard said:

Yeah that’s one of the most bizarre looking warm tongues I’ve seen. Can’t say I’d put much weight into it tbh. 

It usually doesn’t matter much because when it has that kind of feature it’s typically subsidence induced between banding.  The bigger problem being you are in between meso death bands so warm layer or not you weren’t getting heavy snow at that moment anyways.  Plus it won’t be correct on the exact placement of it either. 

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Just now, psuhoffman said:

Who has a good street map of Montreal?  Trying to figure something out. 

It’s way off. At least 4 blocks

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4 minutes ago, LeesburgWx said:

They’re still naming winter storms?

The last one was called Uri, an every time they put that name on the screen I was trying to figure out what the University of Rhode Island had to do with anything.

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5 minutes ago, digital snow said:

I was in Greensboro NC for 2016 storm. We had pouring sleet the size of quarters. I remember NWS writing it was the largest sleet pellets they had ever seen. 

There was some massive sleet pellets in the March 1994 storm where I was in Northern VA near Dulles. 

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Just now, jewell2188 said:

That is actually depressing. Literally a heartbreaker.

And almost certainly wrong

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Can't say I've seen a sleet sounding like this before.  Cover your cars and wear a helmet.

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