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Significant Miller B Nor'easter watch, Apr 3rd-4th

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19 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

FWIW HRRR has trended colder overall since 6z. Most noticeable borderline areas and just over the MA/NH/VT border.

12z GFS is so F’ng close here. Verbatim, the column goes below freezing by 06z. Then between 06z and 12z… 0.87” of QPF falls as presumably snow. 

Edit: looking closer the column is frozen closer to 03z. From 03z to 12z ~1.4” of QPF falls. 

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1 hour ago, dryslot said:

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Are you down with PDC? Yeah you know me.

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Looks like some increase in snow totals is coming for some areas.

1030am Update...Steady precip will begin re-entering SW NH this
morning. Dewpoint temps back here, sheltered from strong low
level NE winds, are well in the 20s yet. This creates a large
dewpoint depression and will likely see temperatures drop back
into the 30s once precip begins. This should result in a daily
mix of rain/snow/sleet for much of the area that sees precip
through this afternoon. Some impressive downslope winds already
in the lee of the Greens/Berks, and will likely be increasing
winds similarly this afternoon for the Monadnocks up through the
Whites. Local guidance really increases winds towards
Whitefield this evening and overnight, with some peak gusts
toward 45 or 50 mph possible. Will be perusing morning guidance,
but increase in local QPF values up interior ME and the coast
is probable. Low level FGEN has trended a bit steeper than
yesterday, and very high 00z HREF probs show that most of the
Lakes Region and southern coast of ME will see at least 8" of
snow by 8am Thursday. This includes the population corridor of
York/Cumberland counties. Thus an increase in coastal snow
amounts is likely for this afternoon`s package, but would still
expect a very tight gradient.
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57 minutes ago, dendrite said:

I’d argue those were my strongest prolonged winds since moving here. Coop door almost blew off. Blizzard conditions with the lgt/mod snow and BLSN. 

Probably the strongest blizzard winds I've seen since April 1982 in Fort Kent.  Our rescue Lab mix from TX, who had arrived here on Feb 4, was utterly terrified.  However, the strongest sustained winds here were last Dec 18th; probably blew down at least 5 times as many fir as any other event here.

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