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01-26-2011, 01:17 AM
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01-26-2011, 02:13 AM
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Sorry for the delay guys. Just walked in and caught up with some of the computer models. Frustrating game but I'm happy I got Wolski and Sauer autographs. The team looked tired and too much standing around defensively. We should consider packaging Gilroy.

Anyways,....onto the weather! Everything seems on cue. The title of the thread still seems like a good call IMO....some models have cut some of the precip by a bit b/c they keep things more progressive. I'm not sure that's right though. This always happens before a storm and things begin to readjust themselves right before it's game time.

For now stick with 6 or more in the 5 boros and many of the surround areas like Nassua/Suffolk/North East NJ/Eastern NJ. I would like to say the max is 10 inches but I'll hold off before I put in a max. I want to make sure if the cut back in precip is in fact legit or if it's the same old games before a storm. 6Z Nam will be coming in shortly

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Sorry for the delay guys. Just walked in and caught up with some of the computer models. Frustrating game but I'm happy I got Wolski and Sauer autographs. The team looked tired and too much standing around defensively. We should consider packaging Gilroy.
Sauer ran right past us!

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01-26-2011, 02:24 AM
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01-26-2011, 02:27 AM
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Sauer ran right past us!
So you must have been right next to me!

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Some places that should have started as rain in Virginia are snowing instead. Same goes with D.C.

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01-26-2011, 02:46 AM
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Some places that should have started as rain in Virginia are snowing instead. Same goes with D.C.
Does that mean more snow rather than rain for us tomorrow?

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Does that mean more snow rather than rain for us tomorrow?
It's definitely a sign pointing towards that.

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It's definitely a sign pointing towards that.
Nice. Any chance this goes off course and smacks NYC with a foot or more? Do I have any hope?

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Nice. Any chance this goes off course and smacks NYC with a foot or more? Do I have any hope?
Possibility of a foot right now is at 40-45%
It's possible for sure..but not sure it's likely to happen at the moment. Let's see-- things can still change and some good reports coming out of maryland and virginia

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Nice. Any chance this goes off course and smacks NYC with a foot or more? Do I have any hope?
First time checking anything all day.

Looks like a lot of things have trended colder for a good portion of the area.

Problem is, a lot of the models also have brought those heavy bands we'll be seeing in the afternoon today further south.

It will all depend on those bands. If there's certain areas stuck under those bands for 3-5 hours of the event, certainly. Expect snowfall ratios to be anywhere from 1-3 inches per hour in those bands, 3-5 hours and you can see 3-5/9-12 inches of snow just from that.

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First time checking anything all day.

Looks like a lot of things have trended colder for a good portion of the area.

Problem is, a lot of the models also have brought those heavy bands we'll be seeing in the afternoon today further south.

It will all depend on those bands. If there's certain areas stuck under those bands for 3-5 hours of the event, certainly. Expect snowfall ratios to be anywhere from 1-3 inches per hour in those bands, 3-5 hours and you can see 3-5/9-12 inches of snow just from that.
Just as you write that the 6z NAM has come in with a very nice hit for NYC....not as progressive or east as 00z. Much more moisture to work with. Wetter.

edit 24 hrs on NAM Jersey shore..PHL...up to NE and LI getting hammered

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As I anticipated the runs at 00z were typical bloopers right before a storm...especially the NAM. They're going to be readjusting through 12z...and we're seeing it w/ the NAM at 6z right now.

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Winds become an issue for those on the eastern end of the island. Gusts look in the 35 kts area.

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I'll start the new thread.

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First time checking anything all day.

Looks like a lot of things have trended colder for a good portion of the area.

Problem is, a lot of the models also have brought those heavy bands we'll be seeing in the afternoon today further south.

It will all depend on those bands. If there's certain areas stuck under those bands for 3-5 hours of the event, certainly. Expect snowfall ratios to be anywhere from 1-3 inches per hour in those bands, 3-5 hours and you can see 3-5/9-12 inches of snow just from that.
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As I anticipated the runs at 00z were typical bloopers right before a storm...especially the NAM. They're going to be readjusting through 12z...and we're seeing it w/ the NAM at 6z right now.
Interesting. So if it hits harder south is that way south or say like Central Jersey south?

Excellent job as always

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Interesting. So if it hits harder south is that way south or say like Central Jersey south?

Excellent job as always
No....Jersey shore line is going to be pounded and so is parts of LI. The NAM has brought back the liquid..it's wetter.

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No....Jersey shore line is going to be pounded and so is parts of LI. The NAM has brought back the liquid..it's wetter.
How we looking for Pennsylvania (around Harrisburg)?

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Time to look this up. http://hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=869443

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