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  1. I'm starting to hear thunder in the distance in Manhattan.
  2. Central Park has received 61.89 inches of rain since 5/5/18. Last year we were at 18.98 inches so far, which is 2.75 inches above average. This year, we are at 15.32 inches so far, which is 0.88 inches below average.
  3. I agree that it has been rare. I feel like 2018 had a lot of that pattern, which is why I liked that summer, despite the high dew points, but the few years before that haven't. 2018 felt like a departure from those summers.
  4. March is now the snowiest month of this winter season in NYC. We've had a crazy run in March. For the past 3 years, March has been the snowiest month of the season at KNYC, and of the past 5 years, 4 have had their snowiest month in March.
  5. Sidewalks and roads are slushy, about 1” on cars, probably 1” on grass too in Upper Manhattan.
  6. We’ve also never gotten more than 5 days in a row of snow over 0.1 inches. It doesn’t look like we can get 6 though, but it will be interesting to possibly tie a record.
  7. I have about 4-4.5” as well in Upper Manhattan. I may have undercounted though because I’m not sure exactly how much snow remained from yesterday.
  8. It’s just with the next wave, as it starts at 24 hours. That’s an impressive amount of snow!
  9. We’ve been getting lucky with our storm timings since yesterday. The past 2 and the next 2 storms are all starting at night. That really helps in March.
  10. We might tie a record this week. The most amount of consecutive days with at least 0.1 inches of snow at KNYC is 5 days, in 1938 and 1923. We already have Thursday and Friday, and we could get Saturday, Sunday, and Monday too, tieing that record.
  11. I got just about 2 inches snow in Upper Manhattan. Finally made it over 10 inches for 2018-2019.
  12. The 18z GFS has made a sizable jump north with the first wave. The northern extent of precipitation has moved from Dover Delaware to Monmouth County NJ.
  13. In December 1989 the average temperature was 25.9 degrees F with a -11.6 F departure.
  14. Very heavy snow, maybe 500 ft visibility in Downtown Manhattan
  15. Here are some temperatures outputted by the latest versions of these models at 12z tomorrow (from tropical tidbits): HRRR: 3F NAM 3km: 3F NAM 12km: 5F RGEM: 5F GFS: 10F FV3: 4F CMC: 10F ICON: 1F Per weather.us: ECMWF: 4F
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