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Handkerchief sized flakes. Everything is white. 

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Was fun while it lasted. 1/4 of an inch in total. Would have been a lot more had it not taken so long for it to start sticking and if temps were below freezing.

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Sleet/Rain mix

 

watching heavier returns just to the SW--might be my shot to get the projected 1-3. 

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Picked up 0.99" of rain for the day.

Current temp 37

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Insane radar rn for SNE. Multiple thunder snow reports. Lots of this is heavy rain but you can see the dynamic cooling 

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Look at how close this was - with blocking what could have been peeps!

From EPWA

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Current temp is 69 here.

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Morning thoughts...

 

1. Clouds re rolling in. The region is in line for a moderate rainstorm from late morning into mid-day tomorrow. Cities such as Bridgeport, Islip, New York City, Newark, and Philadelphia should pick up 0.50" - 1.00" rain. Boston will likely see 0.25"-0.75".

 

2. Following the storm, temperatures will rebound.

 

3. The first week of April looks to be cooler than normal, but not exceptionally cool.

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At 2 pm, the temperature was 47° at Central Park. Meanwhile, record heat is again scorching parts of the southeastern United States. As of 2 pm, new record temperatures were set at among the following cities:

 

New Bern, NC: 87° (old record: 85°, 1939)

New Orleans: 87° (old record: 84°, 1972)

Pensacola: 84° (old record: 83°, 2009)

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Rainfall amounts through 9 pm include:

 

Allentown: 0.72"
Boston: 0.01"
Bridgeport: 0.06"
Islip: 0.36"
New York City: 0.42"
Newark: 0.20"
Philadelphia: 0.97"
Providence: 0.17"

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Picked up 0.25" of rain for the day yesterday.

Current temp 46

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Morning thoughts...

 

1. The system responsible for the rain yesterday and overnight will be moving well north of the region today. The area of steadiest rain is now moving eastward across parts of upstate New York, Ontario, Quebec, and parts of northern New England.

 

2. Select rainfall amounts through 8 am include: Allentown: 0.77"; Boston: 0.25"; Bridgeport: 0.28"; Islip: 0.49"; New York City: 0.47"; Newark: 0.23"; Philadelphia: 1.14"; and, Providence: 0.74"

 

3. More record heat is likely in the Southeast. Following its March record high temperature of 94° yesterday, Jacksonville could reach 90° for a record-breaking 5th time in March later today.

 

4. On March 28, Arctic sea ice extent (JAXA) was 13,559,443 square kilometers. That was the lowest figure on record for March 28. The old record was 13,572,036 square kilometers, which was set in 2017.

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1.63" of rain yesterday while significant nowhere near our daily record of 2.26" set back in 1932

Monthly rainfall now stands at 4.87" (+1.13" above normal)

YTD precipitation stands at 12.03" (+1.47" above normal)

Snowfall 5.8" - 29.9" below normal through today.....

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Massive thunderstorm here an hour ago - sick CTG lightening, loud overhead thunder and hail size of nickels with torrential rains picked up .50".

 

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Just had a flash here in jamesbug.. make that 2

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