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January 27-28, 2019 | Clipper Winter Storm

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Central northern NH had some good squalls this afternoon.  Maybe a few inches in spots.  Big fluffy flakes 😍.

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We ended up with about 3" here.  It was enough for me to get out the snowblower and take care of the driveway in preparation for the Tuesday/Wednesday event.

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Interesting little green blob popped up in NE Morris County.   Passaic River a little over flood stage in Pine Brook

Hasn't rained for a while. What happened upstream ?

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The tears of all those who wished for a snowy NE winter

18 minutes ago, Miller A said:

Interesting little green blob popped up in NE Morris County.   Passaic River a little over flood stage in Pine Brook

Hasn't rained for a while. What happened upstream ?

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I-89 had snow squalls pretty much all the way yesterday, roads completely snow covered mere minutes after a plow passed. A lot of snow.

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11 hours ago, PA Snow 84 said:

The tears of all those who wished for a snowy NE winter

 

I heard there was a clog of thrown towels that broke free in Chatham, sent a rush of water down stream.  

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11 hours ago, Miller A said:

Interesting little green blob popped up in NE Morris County.   Passaic River a little over flood stage in Pine Brook

Hasn't rained for a while. What happened upstream ?

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The Passaic River usually takes about 3 days to crest past a significant rain event.  My guess is since we had a lot of rain last week and freezing temperatures, yesterdays warm up released a bunch of the water that was frozen in the soil.

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