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April 2024 Disco- SNE’s favorite month


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2 hours ago, radarman said:

It was 630 AM or something.  Not that you'd rule it out back in those days.  But my initial thought was a brutal hangover until I heard the windows rattling.

Had a 3.2 2015 with 12 aftershocks. Woke me right up.

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6 minutes ago, Lava Rock said:

Lt sn. 31.7F. Trees covered again. Looks like mid feb. Make it stop already. Monday can't get here fast enough. Still no power

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Hope things improve bro especially with this coming next Sat. 925 winds GFS Euro and qpf

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"Upper level closed low vertically stacked with the stalled surface
low pressure over the Gulf of Maine begins to retrograde back
towards southern New England passing off shore to the east. Enough
forcing and wrap around moisture on the west side of the low will
bring an area of light to moderate showers south into eastern
portions of MA and much of RI. "

 

It had so much fun the first time it figured it would come back for another go.

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24 minutes ago, Lava Rock said:

Lt sn. 31.7F. Trees covered again. Looks like mid feb. Make it stop already. Monday can't get here fast enough. Still no power

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Look on the bright side, at least there's no power to knock out.

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That end of week storm has big wind signatures this far out. Floods, trees, lines, bridges, lifts … all coming down 

The risk of heavy rain, and perhaps stronger winds, is
highlighted with NAEFS situational awareness table of PWATs
already of 1.5 to 2.5 STD above model climo for the Northeast.
We`ve also got winds roughly 1.5 to 2 STD above model
climatology with perhaps a more amped up southerly component as
the V component is 2-2.5 STD above model climo in the Thu-Fri
timeframe.
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Something else that I just thought of is that both Atlantic Canada and Europe get many more stronger windstorms than us. Canada gets both more hurricanes in the summer and their winter wind events tend to be much stronger as well. Even during our "big" wind events like December 18th last year, areas outside of the immediate coast rarely pass 60 mph, whereas in England and Canada it happens quite a bit more. I wonder why this is?

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