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  1. I'm more interested in the possibility of snow in Texas this week than our chances here in the city. Fun to watch how southern snow forms.
  2. And the 00z begins. Regardless of the outcome.. it's still 4+ days out and as we saw with that last storm- big changes can happen within 72 hours
  3. Thats all jolly and good, but no need to post the same exact sentiments 4 times in a row. With all weather, there are quite a few possibilities with how this storm tracks, the temp profiles, etc etc. It's just fun to watch how it evolves and what the final outcome will be.
  4. Good lord dude, its 5+ days out. Chill. it's going to change its current look.
  5. We are tracking a system. It's what we like to do on 33andrain. Wild concept.
  6. Baby flakes here in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Temp is 29 DP is 28
  7. I dunno, according to HRRR you should be done with accumulating snow.... 3 hours ago.
  8. What this storm should have told anybody is that: HRRR is freaking trash. Snowing heavy and fast here in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
  9. 4.3" in Central Park! Dang it looks like it could hit a foot+
  10. This storm to begin with was convoluted and had many moving parts. Each model has its bias, weak points and strengths that, if you know them well enough, you can begin to create your own ideas. (aka the NavGem rule is one since its typically the most progressive). Doesnt always work, but it gives you a good starting point. But it really just goes back to that mathematical equations cannot be 100% correct for something as chaotic as weather.
  11. This storm is really murdering the models. Comes to show how important OBS is and how it should be placed wayyy ahead of what model output is. -Snowing in Bushwick Brooklyn. Probably about 1.5-2" and everything is covered.
  12. Speaking of rain in NYC... it's snowing lightly in Brooklyn,
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