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Following a Miller A/B hybrid type coastal potential, Feb 13th ... As yet untapped potential and a higher ceiling with this one


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3 minutes ago, HinghamBoss said:

Looking at temps, anyone to the south and west of route 3 is snowing.  Seems like the R/S line is slowly working east from Rt 24 to Rt 3.  

All snow in norwell now.  Went from rain to mix to flurries in the last 30 minutes.  

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Any snow is good snow. I'm pleased to see many cashing in, many more disappointed, bummer. 
Oh, what could (should) have been.  
How many times must I learn to start conservative, setting the amount and effects to high and then only to pull back? 
In the Winter of little still nice to track.

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Definitely a fringe job here.  Aggregate types fluctuating.  Sometimes uniform small ...back to mix of plump sizes with saw-dust sizes mixed together. Vis 1/3 mi, then 1 mi, then 1/2 mi ... back to 1 mi   That behavior is typical of non-fully committed into the storm head but being grazed by it. 

Rad seems to confirm.  A 10 min drive N of here is probably frustration flurries at best.  10 min drive S is up over 3" already. 

But ... all told this event is working out as 6-9" and counting down in CT/RI into interior SE Ma ( unfortunately west of the village of "Scottage" ) will be meaningful enough to justify this event coverage.  Phew.   what the f*    right?

Anyway, couple of clippers ...well, one clipper and one leading edge of an arctic outbreak ...whatever you call low later in the week.  

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1 minute ago, Typhoon Tip said:

Definitely a fringe job here.  Aggregate types fluctuating.  Sometimes uniform small ...back to mix of plump sizes with saw-dust sizes mixed together. Vis 1/3 mi, then 1 mi, then 1/2 mi ... back to 1 mi   That behavior is typical of non-fully committed into the storm head but being grazed by it. 

Rad seems to confirm.  A 10 min drive N of here is probably frustration flurries at best.  10 min drive S is up over 3" already. 

But ... all told this event is working out as 6-9" and counting down in CT/RI into interior SE Ma ( unfortunately west of village of "Scottage" ) will be meaningful enough to justify this event coverage.  Phew.   wtf the f*    right?

Anyway, couple of clippers ...well, one clipper and one leading edge of an arctic outbreak ...whatever you call low later in the week.  

Yes, you have earned the privilege of starting the next storm thread, lol....let's just hope that's not December!

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