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Friday (3/1) & Saturday (3/2) -- SN- & Sneaky Coastal

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4 minutes ago, Allsnow said:

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You kidding me?? We were NAM’d?

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3 minutes ago, Psv said:

 

You kidding me?? We were NAM’d?

That’s for tonight. The costal really ramped up this run.

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1 minute ago, Allsnow said:

That’s for tonight. The costal really ramped up this run.

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Would think that’s bad for Saturday 

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Saturday event. BL issues for the coast 

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1 minute ago, Allsnow said:

Saturday event. BL issues for the coast 

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Very marginal air mass for the coast. I wonder if this being more amped effects the boundary for the Sunday/Monday one? Interesting 

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Even for NW posters, I really wouldn't expect anything more than 2" max early Saturday, maybe more as you head into New England. Boundary Layer is fairly borderline with surface temps around 30-32. I could see it being mostly a grassy-accumulation event. It is March, but at least it should be coming in overnight so there's that.

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15 minutes ago, CCB! said:

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Better development off the Delmarva?

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1 minute ago, MJOP8 said:

 

More development off the Delmarva?

Yup. The more amplified shortwave does lead to a deeper coastal signature.

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Just now, CCB! said:

Yup. The more amplified shortwave does lead to a deeper coastal signature.

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The more warm it becomes as well? As it looks now. 

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Not a ton of moisture to work with, but if vertical velocities perform well enough, there could be a very brief period of moderate to heavy snow that quickly accumulates in parts of the area. Intermittent pockets of excellent snow growth associated with quality low level lift.

 

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