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03-01-2013, 03:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Noreaster96 View Post
I hate to be the bearer of more bad weather news but... Latest models are coming into some form of agreement with a powerful low pressure system affecting the coast... The latest GFS puts over 2" liquid equivalent precipitation... And is mostly rain verbatim for our area...

This would lead to extensive flooding from an already, what I would imagine, high water table from all of the rain and snowmelt we received recently...

In addition, if this were to verify winds would be gusting close to if not exceeding 60 mph at times

If this were to trend colder and be snow it's be even worse because chances are its be HEAVY, roof collapsing snow... And ALOT of it IF IT TURNS OUT COLDER

I'll keep an eye on it a well as the other mets here I'm sure

Just know its going to be impossible to start to nail down specific effects until 2-3 days out, but a major storm is looking possible at this point

And to make matters worse it looks like a LONG duration event, from Wednesday morning thru Friday morning attm, though that can change as well

Just wanted to give a heads up
Snow is not a concern for us for this storm

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