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Power still not back. Have to run out for more gas.  No skiing. It was 2 at 330 am as I restarted the generator.  It lasted until 5:30 

made it to the minus. 

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Light snow continues to fall. Temp at -7F and we picked up 1 1/2" of snow last night.  This brings my storm total to 18 1/2".  It is possible we get up to an inch of additional snow today.

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1 hour ago, StretchCT said:

Power still not back. Have to run out for more gas.  No skiing. It was 2 at 330 am as I restarted the generator.  It lasted until 5:30 

made it to the minus. 

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yes -2 here also wind chill -19 ccccold

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Local road crews are so good at their jobs, this is just like another winter day in Maine. We have one more band pressing through as the storm exits stage right that could produce a couple more inches.

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Didn't think I would still be posting in this thread, but currently snowing lightly. :classic_blink:.

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1 hour ago, mainiac said:

Local road crews are so good at their jobs, this is just like another winter day in Maine. We have one more band pressing through as the storm exits stage right that could produce a couple more inches.

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man look at the piles of snow :forumsmiley1697-1:

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6 minutes ago, brodoser1 said:

man look at the piles of snow :forumsmiley1697-1:

I'm guessing this parking lot "mountain" will still be there in June, lol. 

 

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Been snowing micro flakes on and off all morning with blue skies

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Thanks for the graph.  I was wondering if my snow accumulation calculation was close to being correct due to wind and compaction.  I live just south of the Burlington area and this puts me in the 18 to 24 range.  My calculation was 18 1/2 inches.  

Snow continues with BTV reporting it as Moderate Snowfall, and i tend to agree.

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Total in Ballston Spa NY was 17", at least at my place.  Cold is absolutely brutal right now 0 degrees with wind.  A lot of my work is outside but I'm going to just stay in the office today, flannel lined carhartts or not. 

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2 hours ago, mainiac said:

I'm guessing this parking lot "mountain" will still be there in June, lol. 

 

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ok that's enough don't depress me anymore

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Not the best pic but this was one of the three trees in my neighborhood causing problems.  

Still no power. Have to start hand washing dishes.  

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2 hours ago, Stxprowl said:

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The Pittsburgh NWS did a local map for the area too. I got kind of lucky with at or just above 3 inches as places to my east look to have gotten one to two or even less. That mix line made it way north of what was expected in my area.

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Snow finally stopped here.  It was microflakes all day with the temp running around zero.  Probably got about an inch.  The snow started on Saturday at 2 pm so we had over 48 hours of snowfall with the majority of the accumulation happening in about a 6 hour window.

On to the next storm.

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3 hours ago, Snow11 said:

No snow at all with this storm here

same 🙄

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I measured 20" in my backyard this morning in BTV. Finally stopped snowing around 7ish last night. Pretty nice storm.

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Some post mortem on this storm.  Snow map results are at 

I didn't get to track it much after losing power.  My last SPC mesoscale analysis had the LP just south of LI .  USCG_ast also posted a picture of it south of LI.  After this I'm not sure where it went but think it went inside ACK over the Cape.  

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Why do I ask?  Every model, but the three in the spoiler, had this storm as of their 12z Saturday runs going over CT or further north.   This includes the NAVGEM.  

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And the only one close to precip type, at least in CT, was this run by the WRF-ARW2.  Scary.

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