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The event of the season - 2 days of hell!


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6 minutes ago, WxWatcher007 said:

Is there an easy way to look up dates on the NWS site?

For example—the last time BDL recorded -5, the last time BDL recorded 12” in 24 hours, etc.?

You can find it in here on "First and last dates" on the single station options.

https://xmacis.rcc-acis.org/

 

Then for snowfall, I chose 5" with >= qualifier and used Jul 1st and selected "Seasonal"

 

Here's BDL for 5 inch snowfalls (they actually broke 5" in the 12/11 event):

 

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Only drawback for snowfall is that it is "single day" snowfall, so it wouldn't capture an event over multple days which happens all the time. You can sort of get around this by going to "Extremes" instead of first and last date, and then check the highest 2 day snowfall totals for any given season.

 

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34 minutes ago, WxWatcher007 said:

Is there an easy way to look up dates on the NWS site?

For example—the last time BDL recorded -5, the last time BDL recorded 12” in 24 hours, etc.?

Apples and oranges here, but if anyone needed this link for daily records for the 4 climo sites...

https://www.weather.gov/box/dailytopten?wfo=box

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2 minutes ago, dendrite said:

That's the coldest 2m run for up here yet...-21F

I wonder if some of the rad pits can go lunar Saturday night when the high is directly overhead. We obviously lose the epic mid-level and upper boundary layer cold by then, but sfc will be starting from a really low point and dead calm with snow cover....I'd think there could be some interesting readings in NNE.

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It's going to be a humanitarian crisis here in PWM Friday night/Saturday.  A lot of people are going to die in their sleep.

There are a number of compounding factors that have led to hundreds of unhoused spending nights outside this winter - new shelter opening delayed until March; covid & migrant funding for hotels to put these people up just ended in December.  Simply not enough bed space and so you have hundreds of people living in makeshift camps - woefully unprepared to endure a night like this.

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