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Nickisweather

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  1. as others have alluded to, in North Jersey/New York City metro the criteria for a winter storm warning is 6 inches in 12 hours or 8 inches in 24 hours
  2. Wow didn’t even know they did them back then, wonder why mount holly doesn’t do the same?
  3. I agree that the impact could be there, but hard to say they would get maximum confidence 3 days out from an event especially in an area so volatile
  4. Mount holly WSW... accumulations over 5 inches for Middlesex County
  5. add the deep thunder to the list of 18z bangers!
  6. I would think so, we would have to see the mid-level lows truck further west for mixing concerns to get in to Philly, not off the table, but I don’t think we’re there yet
  7. Yeah, definitely stinks when everyone can cash in, but that’s every storm, certainly going to be hard to stay all snow at the immediate coast with it 850 jet screaming in off the Atlantic
  8. Well we all share that pain, and there are definitely concerns on the coasts, the synoptic set ups are apples and oranges.
  9. I apologize if I missed their reasoning, but why exactly does that raise the ceiling, does the whole evolution slow down?
  10. It’s not that anyone is saying it can’t happen that way, we are just providing actual factual, scientifically relevant reasons for explaining what’s going on. Forgive us if your hunch is not given as much weight as science.
  11. not to downplay the wind threat at all because we’re too early, but this was the Euro a couple days before the December system and there were no blizzard warnings anywhere. Just Have to wait and see.
  12. What would you want do see different, so we know what to look out for or for future reference
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