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March Madness! Spring Snowstorm Observations Part II

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Post by gigs68 Thu Mar 22, 2018 9:24 am

Unbelievable job forecasting this storm you guys. You guys blow all the TV mets away. I have all my friends at home and work going to you guys for weather now. I tell them to stop watching the fake weather on the news and go to NJ Strong. Keep up the great work
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Post by sroc4 Thu Mar 22, 2018 9:25 am

Post all final tallies please in the other thread but keep discussions here

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Post by WeatherBob Thu Mar 22, 2018 9:26 am

I think the snow totals thread is locked.
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Post by sroc4 Thu Mar 22, 2018 9:27 am

Ill fix

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Post by sroc4 Thu Mar 22, 2018 9:28 am

Fixed

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Post by billg315 Thu Mar 22, 2018 9:37 am

Some of the snow pics from Long Island and the Jersey Shore are fantastic. A real winter (spring?) wonderland!
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Post by SkiSeadooJoe Thu Mar 22, 2018 9:46 am

Measured 11 inches on my driveway at 8am, has to be close to 13 inches in the grass away from any trees.March Madness! Spring Snowstorm Observations Part II - Page 27 20180313
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Post by Scullybutcher Thu Mar 22, 2018 9:51 am

Thanks to you guys I’ve been treating my snowblower with wd40 for the last couple days. This is some wet heavy snow
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Post by Guest Thu Mar 22, 2018 9:56 am

@docstox12 wrote:
syosnow94 wrote:Just another phenomenal job by our crew on here. When many were panicking they held fast and brought us home.  Exceptionally talented. Frank, Scott, Alex, rb. Unreal

15.5” final measurement

LONG ISLAND. THE SNOW CAPITAL OF NYSTRONGWEATHERFORUM hurryup  party  party  party  party  party  party  party  party

Ummmmmm, I'm at almost 80 inches Sir! How boud't dat dem dere! Snow Capital ...Indeed,LOL.

Very true though, kudos to the long range crew here for being spot on.The maps for my area were GREAT.All except yours, Jimmy,you had me for 2 to 4 and I got 7!

Ouch. Shot across the bow.

Doc as Imexplained to CP in a post last week or so. You boys are now about 130% of average annual snowfall this season which is great. My 63.5” puts me at 201% of average so.........SNOW CAPITAL OF NJSTRONGWEATHERFORUM. NUMBERS AND TOTALS BE DAMNED

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Post by Guest Thu Mar 22, 2018 9:57 am

Did one of the admins delete my post ripping into those two morons from yesterday that were mocking Frank? If you did put it back up. Ef them. They need to hear us

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Post by sroc4 Thu Mar 22, 2018 9:59 am

syosnow94 wrote:Did one of the admins delete my post ripping into those two morons from yesterday that were mocking Frank?  If you did put it back up.  Ef them.  They need to hear us

Jimmy......

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Post by docstox12 Thu Mar 22, 2018 10:08 am

syosnow94 wrote:
@docstox12 wrote:
syosnow94 wrote:Just another phenomenal job by our crew on here. When many were panicking they held fast and brought us home.  Exceptionally talented. Frank, Scott, Alex, rb. Unreal

15.5” final measurement

LONG ISLAND. THE SNOW CAPITAL OF NYSTRONGWEATHERFORUM hurryup  party  party  party  party  party  party  party  party

Ummmmmm, I'm at almost 80 inches Sir! How boud't dat dem dere! Snow Capital ...Indeed,LOL.

Very true though, kudos to the long range crew here for being spot on.The maps for my area were GREAT.All except yours, Jimmy,you had me for 2 to 4 and I got 7!

Ouch. Shot across the bow.

Doc as Imexplained to CP in a post last week or so.  You boys are now about 130% of average annual snowfall this season which is great.  My 63.5” puts me at 201% of average so.........SNOW CAPITAL OF NJSTRONGWEATHERFORUM.  NUMBERS AND TOTALS BE DAMNED

Wow, what a spin zone I am in, this is the Mainland Jimmy, not OTI,LOL.

Next year we will have a snowpack day contest, me and CP VS you , Doc and Alex out there.Up for that?
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Post by nujerzeedevil Thu Mar 22, 2018 10:13 am

syosnow94 wrote:Did one of the admins delete my post ripping into those two morons from yesterday that were mocking Frank?  If you did put it back up.  Ef them.  They need to hear us

I verbally smacked those tools also simply because I didn't like the fact that they came in here besmirching and critiquing our fine, hard working peeps.
I promise not to engage and feed the trolls again, unless I'm given the green light to do so Cool
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Post by Frank_Wx Thu Mar 22, 2018 10:38 am

Excellent pictures posted by some of you. Alex, that is awesome man. You seemed to jackpot along with some places in SE PA.

It was fun to track this one with you all. I haven't been around much this winter, but I was reminded by this storm why I got into weather in the first place. It's thrilling, ambiguous, and at times nerve wrecking. But most importantly I find it fun.

Also thank you to members who defended me or this forum. In the future, I ask you report the post so one of the mods can catch it right away instead of engaging with the troll. It causes the threads to deteriorate a bit. But I do appreciate it.

As for the forecast, some places I did bust high on in NE NJ, SNY, and parts of PA. Trying to figure out subsidence, banding, frontogenesis, among other things in a huge Godzilla that has a mind of its own is impossible. Not to mention the putrid performance of the models. In the end I went with my gut and for the most part, across eastern NJ and NYC, it worked out.

Love you all. Who knows, maybe there will be another.

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Post by devsman Thu Mar 22, 2018 11:37 am

What I would love to know is why at the coast of nassau, the radar looked amped but i was getting light snow? I have never seen that before. Would love if someone can explain the science behind it. I did eventually blitz but for a good 2 hours, it was flurries.
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Post by Guest Thu Mar 22, 2018 11:52 am

@docstox12 wrote:
syosnow94 wrote:
@docstox12 wrote:
syosnow94 wrote:Just another phenomenal job by our crew on here. When many were panicking they held fast and brought us home.  Exceptionally talented. Frank, Scott, Alex, rb. Unreal

15.5” final measurement

LONG ISLAND. THE SNOW CAPITAL OF NYSTRONGWEATHERFORUM hurryup  party  party  party  party  party  party  party  party

Ummmmmm, I'm at almost 80 inches Sir! How boud't dat dem dere! Snow Capital ...Indeed,LOL.

Very true though, kudos to the long range crew here for being spot on.The maps for my area were GREAT.All except yours, Jimmy,you had me for 2 to 4 and I got 7!

Ouch. Shot across the bow.

Doc as Imexplained to CP in a post last week or so.  You boys are now about 130% of average annual snowfall this season which is great.  My 63.5” puts me at 201% of average so.........SNOW CAPITAL OF NJSTRONGWEATHERFORUM.  NUMBERS AND TOTALS BE DAMNED

Wow, what a spin zone I am in, this is the Mainland Jimmy, not OTI,LOL.

Next year we will have a snowpack day contest, me and CP VS you , Doc and Alex out there.Up for that?

Define “snowpack”

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Post by Guest Thu Mar 22, 2018 11:53 am

@devsman wrote:What I would love to know is why at the coast of nassau, the radar looked amped but i was getting light snow? I have never seen that before. Would love if someone can explain the science behind it. I did eventually blitz but for a good 2 hours, it was flurries.

Have you been hanging out with JMan?

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Post by CPcantmeasuresnow Thu Mar 22, 2018 12:01 pm

syosnow94 wrote:
@docstox12 wrote:
syosnow94 wrote:
@docstox12 wrote:
syosnow94 wrote:Just another phenomenal job by our crew on here. When many were panicking they held fast and brought us home.  Exceptionally talented. Frank, Scott, Alex, rb. Unreal

15.5” final measurement

LONG ISLAND. THE SNOW CAPITAL OF NYSTRONGWEATHERFORUM hurryup  party  party  party  party  party  party  party  party

Ummmmmm, I'm at almost 80 inches Sir! How boud't dat dem dere! Snow Capital ...Indeed,LOL.

Very true though, kudos to the long range crew here for being spot on.The maps for my area were GREAT.All except yours, Jimmy,you had me for 2 to 4 and I got 7!

Ouch. Shot across the bow.

Doc as Imexplained to CP in a post last week or so.  You boys are now about 130% of average annual snowfall this season which is great.  My 63.5” puts me at 201% of average so.........SNOW CAPITAL OF NJSTRONGWEATHERFORUM.  NUMBERS AND TOTALS BE DAMNED

Wow, what a spin zone I am in, this is the Mainland Jimmy, not OTI,LOL.

Next year we will have a snowpack day contest, me and CP VS you , Doc and Alex out there.Up for that?

Define “snowpack”

It does make sense Doc that a Long Islander would not know what a snowpack is.
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Post by Grselig Thu Mar 22, 2018 12:08 pm

@CPcantmeasuresnow wrote:
syosnow94 wrote:
@docstox12 wrote:
syosnow94 wrote:
@docstox12 wrote:
syosnow94 wrote:Just another phenomenal job by our crew on here. When many were panicking they held fast and brought us home.  Exceptionally talented. Frank, Scott, Alex, rb. Unreal

15.5” final measurement

LONG ISLAND. THE SNOW CAPITAL OF NYSTRONGWEATHERFORUM hurryup  party  party  party  party  party  party  party  party

Ummmmmm, I'm at almost 80 inches Sir! How boud't dat dem dere! Snow Capital ...Indeed,LOL.

Very true though, kudos to the long range crew here for being spot on.The maps for my area were GREAT.All except yours, Jimmy,you had me for 2 to 4 and I got 7!

Ouch. Shot across the bow.

Doc as Imexplained to CP in a post last week or so.  You boys are now about 130% of average annual snowfall this season which is great.  My 63.5” puts me at 201% of average so.........SNOW CAPITAL OF NJSTRONGWEATHERFORUM.  NUMBERS AND TOTALS BE DAMNED

Wow, what a spin zone I am in, this is the Mainland Jimmy, not OTI,LOL.

Next year we will have a snowpack day contest, me and CP VS you , Doc and Alex out there.Up for that?

Define “snowpack”

It does make sense Doc that a Long Islander would not know what a snowpack is.

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Post by devsman Thu Mar 22, 2018 12:08 pm

syosnow94 wrote:
@devsman wrote:What I would love to know is why at the coast of nassau, the radar looked amped but i was getting light snow? I have never seen that before. Would love if someone can explain the science behind it. I did eventually blitz but for a good 2 hours, it was flurries.

Have you been hanging out with JMan?

Yes...we had a 2 hour long discussion about wind.
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Post by Guest Thu Mar 22, 2018 12:09 pm

@devsman wrote:
syosnow94 wrote:
@devsman wrote:What I would love to know is why at the coast of nassau, the radar looked amped but i was getting light snow? I have never seen that before. Would love if someone can explain the science behind it. I did eventually blitz but for a good 2 hours, it was flurries.

Have you been hanging out with JMan?

Yes...we had a 2 hour long discussion about wind.

Great freakin response. Money. OTI material for sure

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Post by amugs Thu Mar 22, 2018 2:35 pm

8" total for me here in Hdale

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Post by Dtone Thu Mar 22, 2018 2:38 pm

The great melt is on.
Mostly sunny and 48*
Mild + late March sun destroying the snow

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Post by amugs Thu Mar 22, 2018 2:43 pm

I would love to see the new averages for snow since 2000 - Many will be way over the 30 year average.

Let the pattern dictate to outcome.

For those who were biaging about the February lack of winter and the wah wah here March has come back with a vengeance and we called it here back then - mid feb and many didn't believe - well do you now?? Even DT and some "other" pro mets were saying it wouldn't happen etc and we faced teh fire and as the GREAT TOM PETTY SANG -
I WON'T BACK DOWN!!!

We may have one or two left before we end this run peeps so dont put the shovels away just yet especially for N & W crew - April fools??


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