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While record warmth has become the norm around here, Monday into Tuesday will be one of those rare chances for record cold. We usually don’t see this type of unmodified Arctic airmass directly from near the North Pole. The 850 mb temperatures will be among the lowest on record since 1979 for this time of year.


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30 minutes ago, bluewave said:

While record warmth has become the norm around here, Monday into Tuesday will be one of those rare chances for record cold. We usually don’t see this type of unmodified Arctic airmass directly from near the North Pole. The 850 mb temperatures will be among the lowest on record since 1979 for this time of year.


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Stratwarm advertised by the EC 10MB weeklies in late February?  Seems like it, but counter arguments will be reviewed. Might take longer to dissipate this cooler spell than currently ensembled?

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23 minutes ago, wdrag said:

Stratwarm advertised by the EC 10MB weeklies in late February?  Seems like it, but counter arguments will be reviewed. Might take longer to dissipate this cooler spell than currently ensembled?

Yeah, it was part of the final warming event and record Scandinavian Ridge buckling the flow. The EPS has the record cold potential into early next week with the strong blocking. Weaker blocking and cold during the first week of April. Then a lingering Northeast trough  at the end of the run on the 10th. 
 


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8 hours ago, donsutherland1 said:

No. NYC had a low of 21.

weird, a 5 degree difference between EWR and NYC for the low? I wonder why?  Don, did JFK get into the teens?  Also how did EWR get 12.8" and NYC only got 9.6"?  The other airports were even lower (8")-- and I thought ISP had more snow (more snow further to the east)?

 

 

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2 hours ago, bluewave said:

Yeah, it was part of the final warming event and record Scandinavian Ridge buckling the flow. The EPS has the record cold potential into early next week with the strong blocking. Weaker blocking and cold during the first week of April. Then a lingering Northeast trough  at the end of the run on the 10th. 
 


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Chris, any prediction on when our last freeze might be for NYC/JFK/EWR?  Early April?  Any snow chances then too?

 

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3 hours ago, bluewave said:

While record warmth has become the norm around here, Monday into Tuesday will be one of those rare chances for record cold. We usually don’t see this type of unmodified Arctic airmass directly from near the North Pole. The 850 mb temperatures will be among the lowest on record since 1979 for this time of year.


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Colder than April 1982 or April 1995?

 

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2 hours ago, LibertyBell said:

weird, a 5 degree difference between EWR and NYC for the low? I wonder why?  Don, did JFK get into the teens?  Also how did EWR get 12.8" and NYC only got 9.6"?  The other airports were even lower (8")-- and I thought ISP had more snow (more snow further to the east)?

 

 

ISP had 16”.  There was an area of < 10” that included BDR, JFK, LGA, and NYC. I suspect subsidence contributed to those lower amounts, as higher amounts were recorded to the east and west.  If there wasn’t such an area of reduced amounts, the argument about measurements might have had greater validity.

JFK had a low of 20.

 

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