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Another Storm for Next Week?

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by thewoodlands, Mar 12, 2013.

  1. thewoodlands

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  2. tbuff

    tbuff Feeling the Heat

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    Awwwww man!!! :mad: I'm ready for Spring!
  3. thewoodlands

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    I'll let you in on a secret, they're calling for another storm after this for the east coast, the last week of March.
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    tbuff Feeling the Heat

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    That's it, I'm moving to somewhere sunny with a high of 75'f and tons of hot chicks everywhere splitting and stacking firewood. Now, where can I find this place....
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    I am with you!!!!!!
  7. thewoodlands

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    Two more storms after this, we need more snow because of the lack of it last year, let her come! ::P

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    Snowing sideways here:cool:
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    We received three inches of snow overnight, some of the roads are ice covered.
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    More Problems Likely with Next Week's Storm
    Because of snowfall over the winter and recent rain, there is the risk of flooding problems with the storm over the Northeast, in particular over New England. Some streams and rivers may rise to bank full. Unprotected areas prone to flooding in the spring will want to monitor this storm.
    As far as coastal flooding and beach erosion are concerned, with the track of the secondary storm anticipated, the greatest risk is for New England but may not be limited to eastern Massachusetts. Southeast winds could drive some water toward Long Island, the South Coast of New England and farther north along the New England coast. Fortunately, the astronomical impact will be minimal with the moon near the first quarter stage around the time of the storm.
    As previously stated, the storm will generate a significant amount of wind. Wind on the back side is likely to be greater for most areas than on the front side of the storm, especially from the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes to the Ohio Valley, Southeast and mid-Atlantic, where flight delays are possible Tuesday night and Wednesday. This includes Chicago, Detroit, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, New York City and Boston.
    It is also possible the winds could be strong enough to cause sporadic power outages in these areas and on the front side of the storm in portions of New England, and in general in the heavy, wet snow areas of the interior Northeast.
    The storm system will create another big southward dip in the jet stream over the northeastern part of the nation, reinforcing cold air and favoring snow showers in a number of locations for the rest of next week.
    http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/new-disruptive-crosscountry-st/8114478

    Today from Accuweather.
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    Da plane da plane.....
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    It sounds like snow for us, along the coast it sounds nasty, rain,sleet,ice & snow. This is for the storm next week.
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    As we have warned about this past week, there is the potential for the rate of snow to be intense and the accumulation heavy and wet. Half a foot of snow or more could fall in a few hours, prior to any mix over or complete change to rain. Enough wet, clinging snow can fall to down tree limbs and power lines in some areas.
    Cities that have a chance at receiving this sort of treatment from the storm include Rochester, N.Y., Burlington, Vt., Worcester, Mass., Concord, N.H., Augusta, Maine, and Montreal, Quebec.
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    Where no rain mixes in across the northern tier, over a foot of snow could fall.
    A number of locations over the interior mid-Atlantic to central New England could have some sort of combination of rain and snow from the storm.
    At this point, it still appears the swath from Washington, D.C., to Philadelphia, New York City and Boston will have all or mostly rain.
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    You can have it all zap. They've really cooled off on what they think we'll get. Maybe a couple inches tonight and again Monday.
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    Things seem to have fizzled my way, but it is not over till its over, don't mess with "Mother Nature"!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    3-6" tonight, so they say.....I'm about sick of it!
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    Ya know if we do a search of your posts from about a month ago, you were begging for snow!! What happened? Lol..
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    We had a Alberta Clipper move through this afternoon, went to shoot the chit with my neighbor so after being there for 10 minutes this hit!:eek:

    The second picture is looking up the road, glad I left work one hour early.

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    It looks like you might be in for some serious rain next week, you'll be wishing it was snow.
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    That was quite the squall. I could not see the corner of my driveway 100yds from the house. Less than an hour later the snow stopped and the sky had blue patches..
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    I made it home on the Rhino, by the time we finished eating the sun came out for awhile.
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    I was hoping for some snow to salvage some more wood off of the neighbors farm......I'm thoroughly over that and ready for spring now!
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    Well it is 10::Fhere this morning. This is what they are saying for the coming week. ZAP, apparently when I asked for a weather forcast you didn't understand what I meant. :confused:

    THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR NORTHERN NEW YORK...CENTRAL
    VERMONT...NORTHEAST VERMONT...NORTHWEST VERMONT AND SOUTHERN
    VERMONT.

    .DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT.

    ISOLATED TO SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS WILL EXIST ACROSS THE NORTH
    COUNTRY...BUT NOT TO THE MAGNITUDE OF THE SNOW SHOWERS ON FRIDAY.

    .DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...SUNDAY THROUGH FRIDAY.

    A LARGE UPPER LEVEL TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE WILL IMPACT THE REGION
    BEGINNING MONDAY NIGHT...BUT NOT EXIT THE AREA UNTIL LATE FRIDAY.
    THUS LOOKING AT A PERIOD OF ACTIVE WEATHER WITH WIDESPREAD SNOW
    DEVELOPING MONDAY NIGHT AND CONTINUING INTO TUESDAY. SOME RAIN MAY
    MIX IN ACROSS THE SAINT LAWRENCE VALLEY...THE CHAMPLAIN VALLEY...AND
    SOUTHERN VERMONT...BUT THE MAJORITY OF THE PRECIPITATION WILL FALL
    IN THE FORM OF SNOW. AT THIS TIME...AT LEAST SEVERAL INCHES OF
    SNOW IS LIKELY TO FALL WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR HEAVIER AMOUNTS.
    BECAUSE THE LOW WILL BE SLOW MOVING...THE THREAT FOR MORE SNOW
    WILL CONTINUE INTO WEDNESDAY BEFORE BECOMING MORE SHOWERY IN
    NATURE THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. THE SNOW SHOWERS WILL ALSO BECOME MORE
    CONFINED TO THE MOUNTAINS. BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED
    THROUGH THE ENTIRE PERIOD.

    .SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

    SPOTTER ACTIVATION IS NOT EXPECTED AT THIS TIME.

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