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December 5, 2020 -- High Impact Nor’easter Discussion


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It's the fact that the process that goes into upgrading models is very out-of-touch with operational forecasting. We don't need global models to pick up on the fine resolution of a thunderstorm in Kan

First winter storm watch of the season issued. Fingers crossed. Wont be long till its all of us 

Winter storm warning for Boston and they got .2      Looks like the low level temps were a huge issue there. Reminds me of what happen here last December. 

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Some deformation banding setting up over E MA/RI/into ME coast. Generally under this will be very heavy snow and with it very low visibility. The one exception is parts of Boston where snow has been slow to move into the region. However, correlation coefficient suggests that the rain/snow line has finally moved into Boston proper, likely due to increased evaporational cooling. Still will be very wet snow or a mix for a bit for those areas though

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Snow fell apart very fast. Hearing that it may of been a radar issue but seems more than that 


Yes, saw report of bean placement may be covered by snow layers disfiguring data back on radar. 

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