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Upstate/Eastern New York- Jan 9-11 Lake Effect Snow Event


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1 hour ago, BuffaloWeather said:

To each their own. For me its all about the snow falling and crazy rates. Inside of a LES band you'll never experience that in a synoptic storm. We had rates of 6-8" per back in 2014 peak stuff, off Ontario in the strongest bands 10-12" per hour has been recorded. Good luck finding that in synoptic. The worst synoptic storm I've been doesn't even compare to a marginal LES event. I've seen some crazy storms hiking in various mountain ranges and the middle of a crazy LES band is unmatched. Going outside and seeing snow on the ground just doesn't do it for me. I need this

 

Impressive video for the snow rates, but the guy shooting it sucks as a videographer. Hold the damn camera still for a bit and let people actually process the scene. All he did was keep turning circles, which was very annoying.

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1 minute ago, Syrmax said:

The fat Part of the inland band may keep us in SN+ a bit longer from Lysander to Brewerton area. Glad it didn't get hung up and bone us.

I was just about to say that. It may have lost some intensity, but it is still dumping at a couple inches per hour AND the band is fanning out a bit more.

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Just now, TugHillMatt said:

I was just about to say that. It may have lost some intensity, but it is still dumping at a couple inches per hour AND the band is fanning out a bit more.

Gonna measure in about 10 minutes as that's about when this started for real. 

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