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02-24-2010, 10:05 AM
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When is this thing supposed to start for Long Island and NYC?
tonight is what they said on the weather on the 1's

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weather.com is telling me its gonna do the rain/snow thing as early as 9PM tonight

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lol they said paralyzing.

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I wonder if it calls for emergency weather plan for MTA. Perhaps, they'll store trains underground. That means all express trains will run on local tracks and an early termintation of B's and W's... Hm.

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snow

Jersey is getting pounded. Last week 2 feet, Now were getting 6-10 inches tomm! unreal! Hopefully Rutgers will cancel class!

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The real question, and I'm surprised/disappointed that no one has asked it yet, is whether or not we're going to be getting any thundersnow. I was seriously bummed out that it never happened a couple of weeks ago.

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The real question, and I'm surprised/disappointed that no one has asked it yet, is whether or not we're going to be getting any thundersnow. I was seriously bummed out that it never happened a couple of weeks ago.
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The real question, and I'm surprised/disappointed that no one has asked it yet, is whether or not we're going to be getting any thundersnow. I was seriously bummed out that it never happened a couple of weeks ago.
We had thundersnow in the second leg of the last storm here in DC. Pretty cool. Then we also had transformers or something popping on a regular basis all night, which would create this awesome blue light that lit up the entire night sky for a second or two. Though the lack of power for days after sucked.

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no updates on this complex storm from our storm chasers?

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Here in the City we're not looking at that much, snow in the am Thursday then rain/sleet the rest of the day until Friday morn when it turns back to snow. They're saying 6" for the City.

So glad i've had off these last two weeks, working from home ftw !

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Jersey is getting pounded. Last week 2 feet, Now were getting 6-10 inches tomm! unreal! Hopefully Rutgers will cancel class!
I hope so, I have an accounting exam I'm not ready for at all

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just saw on the weather 8 to 12 inches of snow for NYC or just rain.... wtf that's a big stretch.

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I don't think it's going to be cold enough for snow to stick, if it does stick. I just think it's going to be wet and miserable.

Good night for cocoa or a hot toddy and some hockey!

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Been way to busy fella's, sorry for not chipping in earlier.

This baby is unbelievable. It's going to do LOOOPS with its center of circulation over the hudson valley area, and for days. You can expect snow showers through sunday. Yes, a thursday to sunday affect from this system. Very slow mover.

It will start as rain, although latest temperature readings out of LGA(LAGUARDIA) are suprising, coming in cooler than first anticipated. But rain in the beginning, but for how long is the question?

Eastern and Central LI stays rain longer than anyone. This ones going to be a nailbiter for Nassua/Queens/NYC(Central park)...off the 3 locales, central park will see the heftiest amounts of snow, I'm willing to at this point go with 12" as the minimum for them. However, any snowfall forecasts will be extremely difficult with this one, it's going right down to the wire. You're going to see a ton of variance from the media, try to stay away with them. Stick to this thread and weather.gov

A great analog for this system? The Great Blizzard of 1888, GOOGLE IT.

What im noticing is a very nice deform band setting up, one that reminds me of december 24-26 2002. Where the system started off as rain, but ended as blinding snows with central park recieveing 5", parts of queens getting around 8"

The difference with this coming storm and december 24-26? This one will be crawling, if moving at all, which should increase totals drastically.

A this point I'd put NYC(CPK), Queens, and eastern Nassua in the 9-16" ZONE, Less further east around 9" give or take. This is a changing situation, literally changed by the hour.

Great storm, better than the last one for surre, if you like these historic systems.

Enjoy, more updates later.

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Any update for coastal NJ (07720, in particular)? We've heard 8-12" likely over Thursday night into Friday.

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^^ any idea what Buffalo will be getting?

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Any update for coastal NJ (07720, in particular)? We've heard 8-12" likely over Thursday night into Friday.
That's a good number for now. I'll be on later to answer any questions. Likely around midnight.

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How is Western and Central Suffolk looking? This afternoon they were saying minimal snow accumulation and now they are saying 3-5 inches. What are you guys hearing?

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All of you wanting thunder snow....move on up here off of lake ontario. Just about a weekly occurrence with the lake effect storms.

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how about southern Connecticut by trumbull and fairfield?

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When will it star and how much will we get around Montclair and Newark? Particulary Bloomfield NJ.

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I advise a couple things here...

1. The title needs to be changed, as it's unfair to those who are Meteorologists with degrees. This is just a strong passionate hobby of mine, has been since I was very young 6-7 years old.

2. Those of you in CT, I suggest follwing your NWS office @ weather.gov Just type in your zipcode. This is a very sensitive situation and keeps changing by the hour, literally by the hour.

My focus area is NYC/LI/and parts of Northern NJ. I'd be reaching if i Gave detailed info for other locations

North and North-Eastern New Jersey is going to get pumelled.

Latest canadian model (GGEM) has 4.23 QPF right over central park. Even if 1/2 of that was all snow that would be about 20 inches of snow. However, this is just one computer model.

Remember 1" qpf is 10" of snow.

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