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Sunday (3/3 into Monday (3/4) -- Back to Back Snow?

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3 minutes ago, Radders said:

Yeah i am in Hudson Heights, just north of the GW bridge at around 260'.  It is the highest point in Manhattan up here.  Every little helps and often up here it can look like a totally different world to midtown and the busier neighborhoods.

@Radders in da house 

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After a brief period of drizzle/light rain we have already switched over to light snow here in West Chester PA.

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1 hour ago, 33andrain said:

Disagree. I think the heaviest axis will be well SE of there. 

Ratios will be better for them so I'd expect a 10.

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It has started as snow here but it's way too light for any accumulation. Until rates pick up, it'll be very little accumulation here. Temp is 38. Dew is 28.

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24 minutes ago, 33andrain said:

Savings

Are you leaving the last "s" off for savings?

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8 minutes ago, CCB! said:

Going to be rocking tonight. 

 

Looks like I might sniff some 7/10 hourly rates for a time tonight  

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5 minutes ago I could see the sun barely through the clouds.  Now, I can't.

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6 minutes ago, donsutherland1 said:

For what location was that report broadcast?

The 5 boroughs Don, incredibly iresponsible  , ironically enough, the scroll below was announcing the Winter storm warning in effect for the 5 boroughs.

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My temp has dropped from 36° to 33°, moderate snow still falling.

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Wow, those are some HUGE flakes falling out there right now. It won't accumulate quite yet but it's pretty to look at.

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NYC just got NAM'd. It is warmer but City is now 1"+ QPF on the 12KM.

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@33andrain just wondering what you think about this. The HRRR and now the NAM show 12 inches north and south of Boston. Do you buy this? I think it may be a bit over done. 

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1 minute ago, Henry said:

@33andrain just wondering what you think about this. The HRRR and now the NAM show 12 inches north and south of Boston. Do you buy this? I think it may be a bit over done. 

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Did you just take a picture of your computer screen? lol.. 

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