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6 minutes ago, PB GFI said:

 

 

You're full of it. 

 

Holmdel has 5 

Manalapan has 5 

I have 6 

Stop with this stuff 

 

 

 

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that looks like mall snow...:P

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14 minutes ago, PB GFI said:

 

 

You're full of it. 

 

Holmdel has 5 

Manalapan has 5 

I have 6 

Stop with this stuff 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

That's not correct. 

 

The data indicates that most of Monmouth County likely has anywhere from 2.5-4.5" season to date. If there are lollipops higher than 4.5", they are the exception rather than the rule.

 

Here are the two primary events thus far, plus approximately Trace-0.2 in squalls.

 

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I have 4.6" so far imby...not bad but less than I thought we would get in December...its not over yet so something might pop up at the end of the month...

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7 minutes ago, Isotherm said:

 

 

 

 

That's not correct. 

 

The data indicates that most of Monmouth County likely has anywhere from 2.5-4.5" season to date. If there are lollipops higher than 4.5", they are the exception rather than the rule.

 

Here are the two primary events thus far, plus approximately Trace-0.2 in squalls.

 

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Tom,  those maps are garbage. 

 

Feel free to submit my measurements and the multitude of posters who had 4 to 5 in early December from Colts Neck to Holmdel to Manalapan. 

 

Please with this trash. 

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5 minutes ago, uncle w said:

I have 4.6" so far imby...not bad but less than I thought we would get in December...its not over yet so something might pop up at the end of the month...

 

You're in Staten Island correct? 

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8 minutes ago, PB GFI said:

 

Tom,  those maps are garbage. 

 

Feel free to submit my measurements and the multitude of posters who had 4 to 5 in early December from Colts Neck to Holmdel to Manalapan. 

 

Please with this trash. 

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I agree. The maps posted were highly inaccurate and cherry-picked for obvious reasons. Off in my area as well. 

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5 minutes ago, PB GFI said:

 

You're in Staten Island correct? 

My area has about 4.5", but also experienced part of the ice event as well, so that was wintry as well.  

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13 minutes ago, uncle w said:

I have 4.6" so far imby...not bad but less than I thought we would get in December...its not over yet so something might pop up at the end of the month...

That's what I have also ( give or take  a tenth)... Just about my average for December.

 

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17 minutes ago, 33andrain said:

I agree. The maps posted were highly inaccurate and cherry-picked for obvious reasons. Off in my area as well. 

 

 

The data on the maps is derived directly from trained spotter submissions to the NWS. So, take up the issue with the NWS and the other trained spotters if both of you are skeptical of all of the totals.

 

The data indicates the vast majority of Monmouth County does not have more than 4.5" total. Most are likely in the 2-4.5" range. There may be lollipops slightly higher in Marlboro-Holmdel as noted.

 

Three events:

 

 

Monmouth County...

 Howell                       0.4 in    0903 PM 12/18   Trained Spotter

 

 

 

.Monmouth County...
 Marlboro                     3.0 in    0845 AM 12/11   COOP                 
 1 E Freehold                 2.2 in    0900 AM 12/11   Trained Spotter      
 Tinton Falls                 2.0 in    0129 PM 12/11   Public               
 Freehold                     1.5 in    0730 AM 12/11   Trained Spotter      
 Howell Twp 3.7 SSW           1.4 in    0704 AM 12/11   COCORAHS             
 Union Beach 2.1 SSE          1.2 in    0700 AM 12/11   COCORAHS             
 0.7 SW Long Branch           0.8 in    0630 AM 12/11   COOP                 
 Long Branch 1.7 SSW          0.7 in    0700 AM 12/11   COCORAHS             
 Belmar                       0.1 in    0708 AM 12/11   Public   

 

 

 

...Monmouth County...
 Long Branch                  4.0 in    0631 AM 12/03   CO-OP Observer       
 Long Branch 0.5 W            4.0 in    0630 AM 12/03   COCORAHS             
 Red Bank 0.6 ENE             2.6 in    0700 AM 12/03   COCORAHS             
 Freehold                     2.5 in    0124 AM 12/03   Trained Spotter      
 Spring Lake Heights          1.0 in    0137 PM 12/02   Broadcast Media      
 Belmar 1.5 W                 0.5 in    0401 PM 12/02   COCORAHS     
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Just now, Colin said:

Tom, i appreciate the post and it was very informative as usual.  I hope everything is ok and you pop in more often!  I don’t understand the hostility...it’s the weather, nothing we can do about it one way or another.

 

Happy Holidays!

 

Colin -- thank you, and I agree. Happy holidays to you, too.

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24 minutes ago, Jason said:

I agree that it should be respectful, although I’ve also seen several instances when the “snow weenies” appear to have been talked down to by folks who were claiming to be the victims themselves, which obviously causes problems.

 

Jason

Tom as far as I remember was a snow weenie as well.  I remember him talking about spraying snowpack at night to ice up to last longer and also filling in footprints in the snow with shoveled snow from snow piles.  This was years ago, but that never really leaves you 😀

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