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About to leave S VT hotel .

That band on radar is about done and that narrow second part of the band moving into SE VT has pingers now at 2k

17” total . Cleared once at 9am. Most fell after 7am . Basically skunked last nite 

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Fun event... NAM was excessive but had the right idea most of the way and before most other guidance

HRRR / RAP yesterday were spot on for 495 belt...

Almost to Plymouth Bay in her little loop...

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8 minutes ago, TheSnowman said:

I can NOT believe this: The Monson, MA F3 Tornado?  Damage 8 years later All across Route 20...

 

 CLEAR AS DAY!!  Wow!  

It's going on 10-years

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8 minutes ago, TheSnowman said:

I can NOT believe this: The Monson, MA F3 Tornado?  Damage 8 years later All across Route 20...

 

 CLEAR AS DAY!!  Wow!  

You should have taken the back road high routes not the low elevation turnpike. Rookie at weenie drives

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44 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

You should've drove up winter hill.....:lol:

 

I mentioned earlier there was a huge elevation gradient. Southenr part of the city below 500 feet prob has 2-3" at the peak before it melted back to slop.

I don’t know where that is!  Tell me sometime.  
 

Wales, MA - GORGOUS btw.  The Smell of Fire Burning.  Old New England.  
 

9”-10” Compact.  So 12” total possible.  But just Mike’sf from here, it was 4”

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1 minute ago, Ginx snewx said:

You should have taken the back road high routes not the low elevation turnpike. Rookie at weenie drives

I have no time.  Have to go back and teach a lesson.  And AGAIN, like with Will. TELL me then.  
 

We need a thread for tips on roads in areas and special spots in New England.  

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3 minutes ago, TheSnowman said:

We need a thread for tips on roads in areas and special spots in New England.  

Totally agree. Need good spots for shelf cloud season, high elevation vistas, and big surf.

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I feel like I'm on another planet in this storm. Kind of a surreal feeling. This must be what it feels like to be James...minus the novel writing.

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6 minutes ago, TheSnowman said:

I have no time.  Have to go back and teach a lesson.  And AGAIN, like with Will. TELL me then.  
 

We need a thread for tips on roads in areas and special spots in New England.  

I told you earlier 

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1 minute ago, dendrite said:

I feel like I'm on another planet in this story. Kind of a surreal feeling. This must be what it feels like to be James...minus the novel writing and gerbils.

Not as bad as that 32.8F rain event You had in December couple years ago 

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Just now, STILL N OF PIKE said:

Not as bad as that 32.8F rain event You had in December couple years ago 

Jesus...when was that? I don't even remember it. I get plenty of 32F rain too.

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Just now, WxWatcher007 said:

Totally agree. Need good spots for shelf cloud season, high elevation vistas, and big surf.

Big surf spots Watch Hill lighthouse. Point Judith light. Newport Cliff walk. Beavertail Point Jamestown. Weekapaug Breachway. All in RI.

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4 minutes ago, WxWatcher007 said:

Totally agree. Need good spots for shelf cloud season, high elevation vistas, and big surf.

BDL is pretty sick to go to. Even UCONN hospital in Farmington is really good but that mostly looks north and east...and speaking of that Rockledge Golf Course in West Hartford which actually looks over UCONN hospital. Also next to North Branford PD...very nice open field which looks west. 

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16 minutes ago, STILL N OF PIKE said:

About to leave S VT hotel .

That band on radar is about done and that narrow second part of the band moving into SE VT has pingers now at 2k

17” total . Cleared once at 9am. Most fell after 7am . Basically skunked last nite 

Wow, Mitch only had like 7.5" at 1pm. cant imagine he has more than 10".  What town again?  Being a little further east helped with that band it seems.

Measured 11.1" depth in Winhall around 2k..prob little more with a clear.

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Lol if someone posted a still shot from the BOX radar without a date on it, I'd probably guess it was from a dying cat 1 cane. Wild stuff. 

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1 minute ago, Hoth said:

Lol if someone posted a still shot from the BOX radar without a date on it, I'd probably guess it was from a dying cat 1 cane. Wild stuff. 

So much for the elongated POS low the 18z NAMs had yesterday afternoon.

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44 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Like I told @RUNNAWAYICEBERG  Princeton is the spot 13 there

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Do you know where that is. Guessing its by the auto road, pine hill rd maybe? That’s at like 1400’.  I was thinking of taking the 12 minute or so drive up there last night but then we flipped. There are some lowish spots in Princeton too so probably big differences across town.

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Just now, White Rain said:

Do you know where that is. Guessing its by the auto road, pine hill rd maybe? That’s at like 1400’.  I was thinking of taking the 12 minute or so drive up there last night but then we flipped. There are some lowish spots in Princeton too so probably big differences across town.

Near base of WAWA

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