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02-24-2010, 07:30 PM
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Any idea how White Plains will look tomorrow? Debating if I should call out if the office is open. Will it be worse overall on Friday in terms of daily accumulation?

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What should we be expecting up near Poughkeepsie in the Hudson Valley? We just got about 9" yesterday but I'm hearing another 8"+ in the coming days?


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02-24-2010, 07:36 PM
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PLEASE READ THIS

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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02-24-2010, 08:05 PM
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PLEASE READ THIS

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.
Yeah, but isn't this supposed to be a rain storm more than anything? At least out on the Island?

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02-24-2010, 08:06 PM
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PLEASE READ THIS

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.
How much snow would you estimate for the Northwestern Suffolk area?
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Yeah, but isn't this supposed to be a rain storm more than anything? At least out on the Island?
Where in the Island? Suffolk is going to mix w/ rain/sleet alot.

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hpnyr.....10913 zip...what ya got for me?

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02-24-2010, 08:16 PM
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I'm in Suffolk but at the western edge, right near the Nassau border.
Most places are predicting 3-6 inches from what I'm seeing.
I wonder how much of the snow that does fall will actually stick though, since the ground will be wet and warmer than freezing.

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Where in the Island? Suffolk is going to mix w/ rain/sleet alot.
Eastern Suffolk, out by Riverhead, I'm sure we'll get nothing more than some gusty wins and a wintry mix that doesn't stick because of the rain..

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02-24-2010, 08:22 PM
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You'll get around 3-7" of snow in eastern Nassua,and east of that.

The initial rain in NYC is going to fool the ordinary person.

This has December 24-26 2002 written all over it in terms of the blinding snows we recieve from the deform band later on in the storm.

This is on the verge of being epic, even for NYC. Points west say around Newark or so, wow. Get ready for something truely amazing.

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02-24-2010, 08:32 PM
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Some places just west of NEWARK will see around 30" of snow.

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hp...any chance this system shifts a little and LI could see some more snow?

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You'll get around 3-7" of snow in eastern Nassua,and east of that.

The initial rain in NYC is going to fool the ordinary person.

This has December 24-26 2002 written all over it in terms of the blinding snows we recieve from the deform band later on in the storm.

This is on the verge of being epic, even for NYC. Points west say around Newark or so, wow. Get ready for something truely amazing.
I have a flight to Hawaii on Saturday morning...is this "epic" storm going to be out of here in time for that to happen?

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02-24-2010, 08:38 PM
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No. Expect flight problems for sure. It's going to be snowing on saturday...still.

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02-24-2010, 08:39 PM
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hp...any chance this system shifts a little and LI could see some more snow?
Theres always a possibility. It changes by the hour, very tricky system. As of now, this is how it stands.

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I got a bus going out of the city @ 3:30 PM on Friday, anybody think i'll have problems?

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i'm having trouble buying into these apocalypse reports in this thread. weather.com says 5-7 inches for midtown, ny1 is saying similar things. neither are prediction winds in excess of 10-20 mph. it wont be pleasant out, but i don't see anything to panic about

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02-24-2010, 08:58 PM
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i'm having trouble buying into these apocalypse reports in this thread. weather.com says 5-7 inches for midtown, ny1 is saying similar things. neither are prediction winds in excess of 10-20 mph. it wont be pleasant out, but i don't see anything to panic about
Nobody is asking you to panic.

In fact, tomorrow is going to be wet most of the day. It's tomorrow evening into night where the party starts for NYC.

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02-24-2010, 09:08 PM
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Nobody is asking you to panic.

In fact, tomorrow is going to be wet most of the day. It's tomorrow evening into night where the party starts for NYC.
sorry if it sounded like i was coming after you, not my intention at all.

what time would you estimate things to start getting dirty in nyc tomorrow? and will it be co mpletely nasty on friday evening?

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No. Expect flight problems for sure. It's going to be snowing on saturday...still.
Wow, I thought this was supposed to be a Thursday into Friday storm. I guess the storm slowed down or strengthened or both. That's just dandy.

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What are the chances of no school for either of the next two days?

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Wow, I thought this was supposed to be a Thursday into Friday storm. I guess the storm slowed down or strengthened or both. That's just dandy.
weather.com shows nyc as having 50% chance of precipitation for friday am, and 30% in the evening. it'll barely be 32 degrees tomorrow night, i don't think it'll get so ugly in the city...especially with all of the extra workers they've been hiring.

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02-24-2010, 09:26 PM
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Never use weather.com

Weather.gov is what everyone should use.

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Wow, I thought this was supposed to be a Thursday into Friday storm. I guess the storm slowed down or strengthened or both. That's just dandy.
95% chance your flight saturday is canceled or delayed.

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95% chance your flight saturday is canceled or delayed.
hmmm....1 in 20 eh? that's not so bad. lol

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