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February 1st-2nd Roidzilla, Part V: Continued Onslaught

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Post by aiannone Tue Feb 02, 2021 7:02 pm

Moderate to heavy snow here again
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Post by amugs Tue Feb 02, 2021 7:09 pm

WE DID IT IN NJ - ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE PEEPS!


Doc remembers he great 1899 East Coast Arctic Gale right? Maybe Grey beard of CP? It snowed 6" -36" from Tallahassee Fla up to Newfoundland - Arctic temperature were reported as far south as...CUBA well freezing temps!

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Post by docstox12 Tue Feb 02, 2021 7:27 pm

@amugs wrote:WE DID IT IN NJ - ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE PEEPS!


Doc remembers he great 1899 East Coast Arctic Gale right? Maybe Grey beard of CP? It snowed 6" -36" from Tallahassee Fla up to Newfoundland - Arctic temperature were reported as far south as...CUBA well freezing temps!

Yep, this was 11 years after the 1888 Blizzard so I remember it well,LOL.
All kidding aside, this storm was truly amazing.It snowed over 40 hours here of varying intensities.Looks like NW NJ was the jackpot area.It was a blast for the board!Looks like a couple more up on deck.
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Post by aiannone Wed Feb 03, 2021 10:01 pm

Just when you thought the storm was over. 4th straight day of snow
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Post by amugs Wed Feb 03, 2021 10:07 pm

Had 2 rounds of flurries today. Amazing

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Post by rb924119 Fri Feb 05, 2021 12:43 pm

Sorry I haven’t posted since “The Big One”, but I just haven’t had a chance to, and my posting is gonna be pretty limited for a while because of work and dealing with the aftermath of all of the flooding we had down here and resulting cleanup. That said, I want to congratulate both Frank and Bill on their forecasts. I think if you blended them, the threat score would have been very high. My ideas for this one definitely fell flat. Mixing did occur, but not as quickly as I had expected, and my expected H5 evolution definitely busted. The confluence did its dirty work, and I’m going to be working on a hypothesis as to why my ideas busted.

In any case, I have confirmed that had my parents been measuring according to NWS guidelines, they would have measured a total of over 40”. The snow had maintained a depth of 30” starting at at around 9am Tuesday morning, but where they had plowed and shoveled previously, they had accumulated another 7-9” by Wednesday morning. Accounting for the additional compaction that was undoubtedly occurring before Tuesday at around 9am, this would easily make up the extra 1-3” needed to eclipse 40”. Just an incredible storm, and to have TWO 40”+ storms IN THE SAME GENERAL AREA IN THE SAME SEASON is exceedingly rare. I hope we see that again. No matter what, it was a heck of a fun track with you all that certainly offered a multitude of learning opportunities for everybody. ONTO THE NEXT ONE!!!

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Post by rb924119 Fri Feb 05, 2021 12:47 pm

Also, if our mods leave this thread open, I will do my best to trickle some pictures in that my mom sent me. Had I been there to experience it, this would have eclipsed my all-time favorite snow storm: Christmas Day 2002. We picked up 32” from that one, and this once trounced it.

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Post by amugs Fri Feb 05, 2021 12:50 pm

@rb924119 wrote:Sorry I haven’t posted since “The Big One”, but I just haven’t had a chance to, and my posting is gonna be pretty limited for a while because of work and dealing with the aftermath of all of the flooding we had down here and resulting cleanup. That said, I want to congratulate both Frank and Bill on their forecasts. I think if you blended them, the threat score would have been very high. My ideas for this one definitely fell flat. Mixing did occur, but not as quickly as I had expected, and my expected H5 evolution definitely busted. The confluence did its dirty work, and I’m going to be working on a hypothesis as to why my ideas busted.

In any case, I have confirmed that had my parents been measuring according to NWS guidelines, they would have measured a total of over 40”. The snow had maintained a depth of 30” starting at at around 9am Tuesday morning, but where they had plowed and shoveled previously, they had accumulated another 7-9” by Wednesday morning. Accounting for the additional compaction that was undoubtedly occurring before Tuesday at around 9am, this would easily make up the extra 1-3” needed to eclipse 40”. Just an incredible storm, and to have TWO 40”+ storms IN THE SAME GENERAL AREA IN THE SAME SEASON is exceedingly rare. I hope we see that again. No matter what, it was a heck of a fun track with you all that certainly offered a multitude of learning opportunities for everybody. ONTO THE NEXT ONE!!!

Ray great post and we where wondering were yuo went! Sorry about the flooding - coastal flooding? I saw a lot of pictures of this at he jersey shore that sucks been there after Irene kid. That is incredible at your parents house! Hey best of luck and look to see you around here when you can. Be well

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