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Got about 4 inches here overnight, all in the wrong place. Lets hope Mother Nature works on her navigation skills a bit for the next one. 



Edited by PolarisCobra

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The NWS is making noises about a possible storm Sunday night-Monday.We certainly need something to save this season in the lower-half of the state.

BTW: cyclogenesis is just a rapid drop in atmospheric pressure at a cold/warm front that results in a circular wind pattern ( a cyclone). Bombogenesis is a stronger version, and the weather guy's favorite word. So, stay tuned, there'll be more on this later in the program. Channel 9 should have a teaser on this story tonight.

We'll see.


Monday: Confidence is increasing for a coastal low to impact the
area on Monday. Ensemble members and deterministic guidance all
have cyclogenesis occurring somewhere near Delmarva and moving
northeast up the coast through the day in a classic nor`easter
track. As with any coastal storm, the exact track will be
paramount to determining the precipitation type along the coast.
While some mixing is certainly possible, have leaned a bit
colder with the surface temperatures with this forecast package
keeping the rain/snow line just offshore as models tend to be
aggressive in bringing warm air inland.

Another wave moves in with additional snow possible Wednesday
into Thursday.

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5 hours ago, AdrenalineJunky said:

did Lancaster up to Colebrook pick up anything? even a couple inches would help.

 Drove from North Stratford, NH to North Conway today. They hadn't picked up anything new. However, it is snowing lightly here in the NEK of VT now, so they may get something tonight.

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