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Upstate/Eastern New York-Springtime?


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51 minutes ago, TugHillMatt said:

12Z model runs kill me. Snow all across Western and Central NY, especially southern tier, white nothing here in the awful lake plain/mohawk valley.

If you hate winter weather and stay in Upstate NY, seriously live here.

Has been snowing all day here, not really sticking besides grass. Cold and windy, just a brutal April 1st. 

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1 hour ago, TugHillMatt said:

12Z model runs kill me. Snow all across Western and Central NY, especially southern tier, white nothing here in the awful lake plain/mohawk valley.

If you hate winter weather and stay in Upstate NY, seriously live here.

Only 5 more months before Fall arrives!!!  I love it when we have short summer and long cold winter. Best thing about living in the north! 

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34 minutes ago, brentrich said:

Only 5 more months before Fall arrives!!!  I love it when we have short summer and long cold winter. Best thing about living in the north! 

I'm already counting down the days til Fall. lol

I would be ok with 6 months of Fall-like weather with highs in the 60s/lows in the 40s and then FULL ON snow-filled winter for 6 months. The UP of Michigan is calling me...

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Sunday a deep mid level trough will cross the eastern Great Lakes,
eventually closing off into a progressive closed low moving from
eastern NY late Sunday into New England Sunday night. At the
surface, weak low pressure will move from Ohio tonight east across
Pennsylvania Sunday before moving off the southern New England coast
Sunday night and yielding to secondary cyclogenesis well off the
east coast. Abundant moisture and large scale forcing with the mid
level trough and surface low will produce periods of mostly
light rain and wet snow across the region Sunday.

The most concentrated area of rain and wet snow is likely to focus
across Central NY and southern portions of the eastern Lake Ontario
region from late morning through the afternoon Sunday where DPVA and
frontogenesis will focus just downstream of the closing off mid
level low. Higher precipitation rates and associated evaporative
cooling and cooling the column from melting processes may force a
change to all wet snow for a few hours in the middle of this band of
precipitation. Farther west, chilly northwest flow will also produce
an area of upslope enhanced precipitation along the Chautauqua Ridge
Sunday.

As far as snow accumulations go, the higher terrain of the
Chautauqua Ridge and Boston Hills may see 1-2" of slushy
accumulation. The Tug Hill may see 2-3" of accumulation. Most lower
elevations will see little or no accumulation where temperatures
will be several degrees warmer. The one exception may be from
eastern Wayne to Oswego counties where precipitation rates may force
a chance to all snow and suppress surface temperatures to allow for
a coating to an inch of slush.
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1 hour ago, wolfie09 said:
Sunday a deep mid level trough will cross the eastern Great Lakes,
eventually closing off into a progressive closed low moving from
eastern NY late Sunday into New England Sunday night. At the
surface, weak low pressure will move from Ohio tonight east across
Pennsylvania Sunday before moving off the southern New England coast
Sunday night and yielding to secondary cyclogenesis well off the
east coast. Abundant moisture and large scale forcing with the mid
level trough and surface low will produce periods of mostly
light rain and wet snow across the region Sunday.

The most concentrated area of rain and wet snow is likely to focus
across Central NY and southern portions of the eastern Lake Ontario
region from late morning through the afternoon Sunday where DPVA and
frontogenesis will focus just downstream of the closing off mid
level low. Higher precipitation rates and associated evaporative
cooling and cooling the column from melting processes may force a
change to all wet snow for a few hours in the middle of this band of
precipitation. Farther west, chilly northwest flow will also produce
an area of upslope enhanced precipitation along the Chautauqua Ridge
Sunday.

As far as snow accumulations go, the higher terrain of the
Chautauqua Ridge and Boston Hills may see 1-2" of slushy
accumulation. The Tug Hill may see 2-3" of accumulation. Most lower
elevations will see little or no accumulation where temperatures
will be several degrees warmer. The one exception may be from
eastern Wayne to Oswego counties where precipitation rates may force
a chance to all snow and suppress surface temperatures to allow for
a coating to an inch of slush.

Nothing says "spring" in upstate NY like a couple of inches of slush....:angry:

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2 hours ago, cny rider said:

Nothing says "spring" in upstate NY like a couple of inches of slush....:angry:

Can’t say I’m missing the wet slush. 

83F and sunny in Honolulu, enjoying a cold kona beer on the balcony while the wife takes a nap. No skin in the UNC-Duke game but I enjoy sports so that’s on as well haha 
 

the weather networks April forecast says mostly a wetter and below average month but stresses that averages are quickly going up so by mid-late April even below normal is still mid 40s to low 50s 

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1 hour ago, mississaugasnow said:

Can’t say I’m missing the wet slush. 

83F and sunny in Honolulu, enjoying a cold kona beer on the balcony while the wife takes a nap. No skin in the UNC-Duke game but I enjoy sports so that’s on as well haha 
 

the weather networks April forecast says mostly a wetter and below average month but stresses that averages are quickly going up so by mid-late April even below normal is still mid 40s to low 50s 

I was thinking about you today. Congrats! I hope you're enjoying the honeymoon.

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42 minutes ago, cny rider said:

It's all elevation.

It was 30F when I woke up.  Just ticked up to 33F.

 

 

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Yeah definitely, wasn't expecting much Imby but I'd still take it over rain lol Starting to slush up on the deck which is probably the best we'll do.. 

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