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not sure what to think here. Upton says 1-3” but I don’t see it. Expecting at most an inch of powder, at least it will be cold

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2 minutes ago, Allsnow said:

Nam is 3-6 for all of Massachusetts 

Sharp cutoff south of Mass. 1-2 ct and less then a inch in Montauk by @Psv

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Same deal with the 3k Nam. That’s  using the kuchera maps that count in ratios. The 10-1 maps are 2-4 with the best band in Massachusetts 

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1-2" here in NENJ near NY State border is a good call.

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Both 0Z 3K NAM and 12 K NAM have me in the 2" domain. I'll take that or half and run with it. If we get 2" could cause delayed openings for schools up here. Timing is what counts for that. HV most likely will have delayed openings and even closures for this.

 

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Cranky the man who poo poos every storm and if we listen to him thousands would be dead with his hcane forecasts these past few years.  

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19 minutes ago, LowerHudsWXGeek said:

I highly doubt NYC metro sees over 1 this event. This is very similar to last events last minute failure as Cranky points out in his blog. 

http://www.stormhamster.com/entry2/e022619.htm

 

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If Cranky was ever right, we'd average 14" of liquid equivalent precipitation per year.

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2 minutes ago, amugs said:

Cranky the man who poo poos every storm and if we listen to him thousands would be dead with his hcane forecasts these past few years.  

 

1 minute ago, Analog96 said:

 

If Cranky was ever right, we'd average 14" of liquid equivalent precipitation per year.

I was just pointing out the similarity of the events.

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1 hour ago, Allsnow said:

Sharp cutoff south of Mass. 1-2 ct and less then a inch in Montauk by @Psv

 

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nice system for sne! Once this horrible winter is over for us, we will see maps like this over our area next winter 

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11 hours ago, LowerHudsWXGeek said:

I highly doubt NYC metro sees over 1 this event. This is very similar to last events last minute failure as Cranky points out in his blog. 

http://www.stormhamster.com/entry2/e022619.htm

 

I wouldn't call this a last minute failure per say. No pro met/respected amateur I know ever thought this would be much of anything for NYC, regardless of what any model has been showing over the past week. That being said, the snow should be high ratio in nature & bring about a nice event for parts of NYS into SNE.

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Snowing nicely here at the rcc campus

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Cold temps at the surface & aloft... Decent lift at the lower levels. And hey, it's always nice when the base of your DGZ is sitting at 800mb! Nice fluffy snow up in SNE.

 

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Nice snow shower now, 22/11

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