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Spring Fever Spreading

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Roughie82

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  1. Man, not really seeing much heavy stuff here in Allentown right now and the radar looks rather “meh”
  2. Sticking to most roads here in the Allentown area now. Light to Moderate snow here
  3. Not sticking to the roads yet, but I bet it does within the hour. Sun coming down shortly
  4. Light to moderate snow here in Allentown. Went to the gym quick so I can’t comment on the roads as of yet.
  5. Looked iffy for a little bit but it was awesome to see everything come back into an agreement. Let’s hope we can get this storm to beat out the surprise we had in November!
  6. Amazingly. I think the EURO has shown for now maybe 6 runs in a row? Possibly more for 6-9in in the Lehigh Valley.
  7. Funny how all models kind of came around or back to the 6-9in solution for those around the Lehigh Valley/NW Burbs of Philly. Game on 👍
  8. Should we be at all concerned about being at 36 degrees right now in SE PA
  9. Sigh. May not even get a Warnin at this rate. Leave me alone.. I just like the danger of the word Warning 😂 LV
  10. Thanks for the info! Albeit I really don’t know much about anything other than spotting an “L” on a model lol, but i think Cranky Weather has also been beating that drum as well on Twitter
  11. All I want is a warning level ALL snow event for the Lehigh Valley and I can put this winter to bed. Going to be verrryyyyyy close to the threshold by the looks of it
  12. Models can stay exactly where they are for now. Idk mind the quick hitters but I agree. Would be nice to actually witness it.
  13. Looks like a solid 3-5in snowfall for the Lehigh Valley after 2-3in of snow tonight. Pretty awesome first weekend of March 👍👍👍
  14. I couldn’t think of a more fitting ending of winter than for the Lehigh Valley to be 25-30 miles south of a Rain/Snow line
  15. Roughie82

    February 12-13, 2019 | Winter Storm

    I do have to ask. I am confused as to why places like the Lehigh Valley in PA have a WSW for 5-7in of snow to go along with .1-.25 of ice? Is the NWS seeing something we aren’t?
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