LibertyBell Posted November 17, 2022 Share Posted November 17, 2022 2 hours ago, wdrag said: I don't study these situations in quite the detail as I did when working NWS, but... some of the factors are probably related to less qpf up north, some valley reports?, and timing best lift just south in our I84 area...maintaining enough dendrites to make it to the ground. Less lift=less chance keeping all snow and more sleet-freezing rain in the similar thermal profile. I didn't check all the ice data but in my opinion, the GFS/NAM total positive snow depth change worked better than the EC. The EC also missed the icing down into Sussex County higher terrain and the Poconos. US models triumphed inside 84 hours. As an aside: I was driving an ambulance (volunteer WTFAS) in the heavier snow band around 7P last evening and the snow reflection off the strobe blue and red light was very very cool. Patient lived. Thanks Walt. I saw a report of about 0.1" icing from Sussex NJ and there was a report of 5.6" of snow from some town in the Southern Poconos and also near Altoona. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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