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About snowlurker

  • Birthday June 12

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    Middletown, DE (New Castle County)
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  1. That's truly amazing...you have to wonder how many standard deviations that would be considering the decades and decades of temperatures that are recorded.
  2. Temperature/Obs/Boring Weather Discussion

    My wife and kids heard the peepers the last two nights, so spring is nigh.
  3. Yeah I think I probably looked at an old run because it was firmly in the Delmarva with no blacks only pinks.
  4. February 17th-18th (Tom)Thumping (Thumper) Snow Obs

    snowing in DC, too
  5. Looks like a widespread I'm not sure if we're looking at the same thing. The 12z run NAM banding tool didn't show it going much at all through SEPA. It's depicted well by the Icon. I don't know the details of the weather.us snow algorithm, but the Icon doesn't yield much snow until you're well north of I-95.
  6. Yeah you've got a point... but I'm a bit worried, though, about driving home from Willow Grove after 7 from my daughter's hockey game.
  7. I wish I knew where the R/S line would be between 6-9. We might get hit with a real slug of qpf at that time.
  8. I can't get my phone to cooperate on screen captures, but the 12z run depicts banding more along a DC to Eastern Shore to Delmarva to southern third of NJ placement. I don't see much of the northern band that was depicted in the 6z run.
  9. Wow that looks heavy...care to estimate the rate it might be depicting?
  10. But it's < 24 hours thermals are okay, right?
  11. I want my feet warm and dry, not my winter storms...
  12. Yeah, Sussex and Kent Counties have cashed in, but our largest snowfall in NCC was in early December at around 4".
  13. Yeah, I can reach Townsend south of me in a 15 minute drive 😦
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