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October Discussion: Bring the Frost-Hold the Snow


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21 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Rainer now only for S and E areas ?

he ECMWF is the much
wetter solution, bringing widespread showers to much of central and
coastal Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Other solutions, namely the
GFS, provide a much dryer forecast for Sunday, suggesting that we
will remain dry the entire day. Winds on Sund

If that...the new GFS continues dry

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Why fester over rain on a Sunday night  anyway.  

low confidence obviously but snow atmosphere … the ole CU shrouds spitting grits by the 20th+ is gaining some; in the distant mass field/modulation handling. We’ll see where it goes but that is siggy telecon convergence … albeit extended lead. 

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10 hours ago, Typhoon Tip said:

Why fester over rain on a Sunday night  anyway.  

low confidence obviously but snow atmosphere … the ole CU shrouds spitting grits by the 20th+ is gaining some; in the distant mass field/modulation handling. We’ll see where it goes but that is siggy telecon convergence … albeit extended lead. 

Why fester... because of the big car show in Brookline Sunday. The old VWs don't have the most effective wipers!

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24 minutes ago, Lava Rock said:

Already up to 68F

Crazy.  Still stuck under the inversion down in the valley.  It's torching up at 1,500ft with 67F at the ski area (feels like summer).

MVL actually went from 52F back to 51F it looks like in the last 10 minutes in the fog.  Nice 15 degree delta between 1,500ft and 750ft.

All the higher elevation sites outside of the fog are up in the mid 60s to near 70F.... while the low spots are still upper 40s to low 50s.

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Very pronounced in N.NH too next to the Upper Valley where the fog is still thick.  15-20F difference between Phin's area and the valley sink around Whitefield and Jefferson.

It's crazy how long it takes for the inversions to mix out this time of year.  By November they won't mix out at all sometimes.  Then when there's an elevation snow event it's the exact opposite, lol.

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1 hour ago, dendrite said:

Coworker said the leaves up north are the best he’s ever seen it and he grew up in Gorham. 

We are past peak on the hill now I think.  Best color is at 1,500ft... above 2,500ft has a lot more bare trees mixed with the yellows.  Crazy how fast it happens.  Like literally in 72 hours you can watch it go peak and then move past.

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