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  1. This does look better my way but the week 2 period had a big uptick on the eps. However, its a jackpot historc storm or nothing on many members.
  2. Bring your sleeping bag, still in a hotel
  3. Great euro bomb to start the day.
  4. Temperature/Obs/Boring Weather Discussion

    Moderate snow here .
  5. Temperature/Obs/Boring Weather Discussion

    Over 60. Looking at several inches here tomorrow.
  6. Temperature/Obs/Boring Weather Discussion

    No one is talking about tomorrow, looks good up my way.
  7. Definitely first part of March is looking good, some fairly big hitting EPS members. Agree with Tombo's thought of a strong warm-up late March or April.
  8. February 17th-18th (Tom)Thumping (Thumper) Snow Obs

    Back to over rain much to tombo's delight .
  9. February 17th-18th (Tom)Thumping (Thumper) Snow Obs

    About the same here as well.
  10. February 17th-18th (Tom)Thumping (Thumper) Snow Obs

    Went for a walk, Moderate to heavy snow and everything is covered. A look at the CC line now shows it's retreating.
  11. February 17th-18th (Tom)Thumping (Thumper) Snow Obs

    Since Tony's working, I'll have to prepare a concession speech that Gilbertsville finally beat VAY. Nothing on the ground and CC line making a fast push NW.
  12. February 17th-18th (Tom)Thumping (Thumper) Snow Obs

    CC line: Middletown to Vineland to Stafford TWP( Ocean/Atlantic line). Slowly edging north.
  13. February 17th-18th (Tom)Thumping (Thumper) Snow Obs

    Rain/snow mix 35
  14. February 17th-18th (Tom)Thumping (Thumper) Snow Obs

    That gap between the bands is on both hrrr and rap.
  15. Looks like both rap and hrrr have two bands with a middle finger zone in between.
  16. Band coming up 95 and 295 still looks solid.
  17. Pink and black areas indicate the heaviest precip.
  18. Latest HRRR trended drier. might be a one run glitch, we'll see.
  19. Yup, that band goes SE PA then right over VAY.
  20. NW of PHL- TTN look good. 95 and 295 are just ? to me. I'll settle for a few hours SN to +SN and a healthy coating.
  21. Rgem cooled slightly from 6z. 3 to 5 for philly area, 3 vay and 5 nw of phl.
  22. ICON and RGEM look middle ground with the GOOFUS dry and the NAM wet.
  23. The Goofus is almost as bad as my tax return for this year. Blowtorch with little qpf a few spots get 2-3 and that's it. The lower QPF leads to a much quicker and aggressive changeover which makes it a fair amount NW of PHL.
  24. I dont think you will have any rain. Maybe snow ends as drizzle for us interior jersey folks. Ive liked that idea for a few days now.