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Saturday February 16th - Another CT/ Cape special?


Sey-Mour Snow
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All 12z guidance ramping up a bit with HRRR most impressive. 1-3” to 84 possible, with some iso 3”+ on the south coast. Rhode Island and SE MASS look to get in on the action as well with a dusting to an inch up to the pike? Haven’t had much of a chance to dig in yet. Let’s discuss here and free up the other thread?

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GFS looks good for an inch or two for southern half of CT…there’s actually a decent little area of H7 fronto that clips LI and the south coast so can’t rule out a little band that drops 3”+ lollis if that ends up verifying. 

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1 minute ago, ORH_wxman said:

GFS looks good for an inch or two for southern half of CT…there’s actually a decent little area of H7 fronto that clips LI and the south coast so can’t rule out a little band that drops 3”+ lollis if that ends up verifying. 

Ya gfs ramped up again, hrrr was wild here, will be something to watch closely down here, all of our clients are right along coast. 

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21 minutes ago, ma blizzard said:

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Not a bad look .. 

ha…TTs of 55. Could get thundersnow on that sounding. Nothing else supports that look though so I’m expecting it to disappear as we get closer. 

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1 minute ago, WeatherX said:

Nice 18z 12k NAM run so far. That QPF just keeps bumping north

Wow, with some decent ratios, that would get warning criteria in NYC metro suburbs.. We have some big accounts there, might have to bump up there this evening if this does actually bump north.. This was congrats DC to Philly yesterday

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1 minute ago, Sey-Mour Snow said:

Wow, with some decent ratios, that would get warning criteria in NYC metro suburbs.. We have some big accounts there, might have to bump up there this evening if this does actually bump north.. This was congrats DC to Philly yesterday

Up to 3 inches SW CT.

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2 minutes ago, Sey-Mour Snow said:

Wow, with some decent ratios, that would get warning criteria in NYC metro suburbs.. We have some big accounts there, might have to bump up there this evening if this does actually bump north.. This was congrats DC to Philly yesterday

It's just nice to see one improve as we close in on business time :)

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