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Nathan Coram

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  1. Back end dropped 7.9" here. Combined with 12.3" from Sun night/Mon AM, event total is 20.2 (!!!!!!) here.
  2. Heavy bands last night put down 10.8" through 1 AM, when the heavy stuff ended. Light snow since then has put my location over the 12" mark (12.3" through 8:00 AM, haven't measured since then because snow is light and I've been shoveling.) Could be a combined total perhaps in the 16-20" ballpark by the time tomorrow morning comes, depending on intensity tonight. Need to comb over data more.
  3. 11:45 PM measurement here is 9.3". Heavy bands have been good to me tonight!!
  4. From 10:45 PM, had 7.8" snow total after 3.1" in the prior hour. Still heavy snow too.
  5. Up to 4.7" snow here as of three minutes ago. Snow has intensified a lot in the last few minutes.
  6. One heck of a Sunday night up this way. Over 3" here now, should take a measurement when I get a chance.
  7. The criteria is 6 inches in 12 hours or 8 inches in 24 hours. The BOX AFD says that it was a tough decision but where they thought 8 in 24 would happen, they warned (north of the Mass Pike). I agree, it looks weird.
  8. I'd have a solid laugh if my town were to get 2 feet of snow. I'd love it, yes, but I'd also have a good laugh. My thoughts (pre-12Z runs) for Southern New England..... excuse sloppy boundaries in east New York as that isn't really my focus. Was taking a bit of a risk with that mostly snow boundary but the 12Z runs seem to be a bit cooler.
  9. Late but I got 8.7" snow/sleet from the system and only a trace of brief freezing drizzle. Change to sleet was earlier than it even appeared in the short term (7.3" snow at the changeover) as WAA aloft seemed under modeled. As expected, CAD did its thing at the surface, keeping it so cold that ZR didn't have much of a chance this far north. Was in the teens for much of the day, except for just after midnight for a short time (when it was still snow) and from 3-6 PM, which is when we had the freezing drizzle (before 5, anyway, but after 5:00 is when it very briefly switched back to a meaningless snow with cooling aloft). As for today, our high so far is 3 degrees, at this current moment. (It was also 3 at midnight.)
  10. Thanks. Mad about the NW trend, but at least I'm getting a sizable snow from the front end before an icy mess takes over. I feel bad for the NY/NJ/PA/CT folks here.
  11. My going idea for southern New England. Disappointed by overnight trends, but still expecting a good 10-12 inches where I am from the front end thump. 1-3" sleet will also statistically count toward this map.
  12. The late afternoon headline update commences: BOX goes to Winter Storm Warning for the northern tier of MA (me!!!), keeps the Watch elsewhere. Expecting GYX to go to Warnings. As for OKX and PHI, would have to guess cancelled watches for some spots, Advisories for some, and maybe Warnings in a few spots. (I'm not as privy to the situation in the NYC area as I am in New England.)
  13. My going numbers for southern New England. Cut back on Boston/points south snow a little bit vs. last night, kept a relatively consistent forecast from northern MA on north, as the front end thump looks pretty good up this way.
  14. Never noticed that. Though it would make sense considering they are the exception in most storms in these parts.
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