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Post by nutleyblizzard on Sun Mar 11, 2018 7:54 am


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Re: Tracking Another Possible Godzilla Mon-Tues, March 12th-13th

Post by WeatherBob on Sun Mar 11, 2018 7:59 am

Sroc - you locked the topic on your recent post. We can,t respond
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Re: Tracking Another Possible Godzilla Mon-Tues, March 12th-13th

Post by weatherwatchermom on Sun Mar 11, 2018 8:01 am

billg315 wrote:I should probably throw out a word of caution for people reading my posts in regard to this storm: I operate in a slightly different plane than some in regard to this particular event (if not most snow events) in that I consider it a win if I get a 2-4” or 3-5” snow out of a system that 3 days ago was out to sea well south of us without a flake. So last night when I was optimistic about even the less than “perfect” model runs, it was because even the supposedly OTS NAM (it wasn’t what I’d call truly OTS) was giving us an advisory snowfall. That said, I think it’s clear from the models and the wording of the Mt Holly and Upton forecast discussions that we are VERY close to a more significant event and anyone who tells you it definitely isn’t happening should be viewed skeptically. Real meteorologists would never look at this setup and these models and definitively write it off - hence the wording the last two days of the NWS updates. The fact is nobody knows for sure how close this will come to the coast at this moment.

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Re: Tracking Another Possible Godzilla Mon-Tues, March 12th-13th

Post by jmanley32 on Sun Mar 11, 2018 8:02 am

There's a new thread guys. But sroc did u lock the wrong one? We can't reply to ur post.


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Re: Tracking Another Possible Godzilla Mon-Tues, March 12th-13th

Post by billg315 on Sun Mar 11, 2018 8:07 am

Right now I feel very confident I will get accumulating snow Monday night, if even only a couple inches. And I’m further west than some people on here.
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Post by SNOW MAN on Sun Mar 11, 2018 8:11 am

Sroc I have a question. If this potential storm hits the bench mark how will that effect the members in EPA ? I know if it goes S&E of the bench mark my area will receive little to no snow.
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Re: Tracking Another Possible Godzilla Mon-Tues, March 12th-13th

Post by billg315 on Sun Mar 11, 2018 8:16 am

My guess is for E.PA to get big snows from this it would have to track inside the BM at which time mixing issues would again pop up for coastal areas. If it goes to the BM I think heaviest snow is I-95 corridor and east, with more advisory level snows in PA except maybe extreme SE PA near Philly. Problem with most of these coastal storms is if the storm wraps up tight enough to bring heavy snow, that tends to shrink the precip field a bit making it tougher to get big snows far west of its center.

That being said, I just looked up your location and you’re right on the NJ border so you’d stand a better chance than people further into PA of getting a good hit.


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Post by Dunnzoo on Sun Mar 11, 2018 8:18 am

unlocked the other thread.. move on up folks!

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