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telejunkie

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  1. That mean I'm in the ice zone now Stretch? Hope you're resting up and stabilizing...
  2. Weird...Albany has hoisted a winter storm warning for 12-18” here... just kidding everyone...
  3. telejunkie

    February 15, 2019 | Northeastern FROPA

    Yeah...bummed about the warm nature of this one...but remaining optimistic about the next 10 days. 6z GFS goes gangbusters for us. Anyway...currently 36F, DP at 33F.
  4. telejunkie

    February 15, 2019 | Northeastern FROPA

    rain started here at about 8am. Not sure if I cleared my rain gauge, but looking at a couple tenths of an inch of rain...maybe upwards of a half inch.
  5. telejunkie

    February 15, 2019 | Northeastern FROPA

    Define "North Country"...cause the frontal passage mean something wet falls from the sky to basically to north of the Canadian border...but White Mountain of NH through Maine should see some white before the changeover. For all frozen, looks like Mt Tremblant through Gaspe could see some decent accumulations without any mix.
  6. telejunkie

    February 12-13, 2019 | Winter Storm

    You don't have to be indoctrinated by these loser elements...
  7. telejunkie

    February 12-13, 2019 | Winter Storm

    Alright so ended up with 5.25" when all was said & done. Here's what actually verified imby. Tuesday afternoon: Flurried broke out at 1pm (NWS hit that nail on the head), but heavier returns didn't make it into the area until 3:30. Was at the 1" mark at 4:30. Snow measured at 6:30 was 2.5". We both went too aggressive in this time period. Tuesday night: Flipped to sleet by 8:00 (nailed that one) seemingly way ahead of NWS timing, but they never made a call for time of a changeover. 1.75" total sleet/snow in the overnight hours. NWS way overshot this period. We never flipped to fzr or rain and flurries were falling when I awoke at 6:30am...i miffed that one. Wednesday: Morning snow showers and brief squalls, accumulated an additional 1". Stayed much colder than either of us were expecting...NWS had a high temp of 38F here. Anyway, as StL pointed out, it's way easier to forecast a specific place than to forecast an entire region...but it's their job and they've been doing a pretty bad job as of late.
  8. Would definitely make up some ground for the snow-starved regions...
  9. telejunkie

    February 12-13, 2019 | Winter Storm

    I never took you as a pessimist RT...now Doorman...he was a pessimist...I think. Often he would just post a map of the Pacific and write something like "see what I'm saying..." and I'd be like "wait...i didn't know you said anything and no, I don't see". Maybe that was just me though...
  10. Huge differences aloft...check out the ULL over James Bay that vanishes on 0z...also have in incoming storm along the Washington coast where ridging was seen on the 18z...different structure off the Baja coast and the confluence overtop of New England. Gonna take time to resolve as winter warlock pointed out
  11. telejunkie

    February 12-13, 2019 | Winter Storm

    Was trying to explain to a colleague...like being out in the ocean trying to catch a wave. The east coast is standing on the edge of the sandbar and the sandbar just isn't moving. The waves just continue to break outside of our location and we continually are getting the wash with rising and falling temps, but still unable to really catch the wave. We've got some big wave action, but we're just poorly situated...@RTC2...the sandbar finally gonna move or what?
  12. telejunkie

    February 12-13, 2019 | Winter Storm

    At this rate...may seen more snow on the backside then the front half...coming down at a decent clip this morning
  13. telejunkie

    February 12-13, 2019 | Winter Storm

    4" here with some flurries coming down
  14. telejunkie

    February 12-13, 2019 | Winter Storm

    Kenny, I would normally...i’ the first to appreciate what NWS does for the public. But this time I can’t. Their lack of raising any flags during the flooding event around the 24th of January was just negligent. So for NWS to raise now three false red flags for “winter storms” yet not willing to raise one for a flood event...nope...holding the candle to their skin. I swear i’ll get over it soon.,,
  15. telejunkie

    February 12-13, 2019 | Winter Storm

    Dear Albany office...how is that WSW forecast looking? Oh, right...BUSTED... From a faithful follower, could you please look at winter storm potential and flood potential with a similar eye toward life hazards? The fact that you guys post winter storm warnings days ahead of times for flizzard and yet won't post a flood warning as street are being closed due to creeks overrunning roads and nursing homes are readying for evacuations...it's to the point where I can't trust NWS anymore. Hoping NWS can begin to rebuild my trust soon...but as of now, have zero faith in them.
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