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  1. Bangor Pa 31° Light Snow 5” or so.
  2. Bangor Pa 31°; light snow just starting.
  3. By definition, if it’s way offshore, then it’s not the Heisy.
  4. One of my top 3 all time storms. Happened to be living Rockaway, NJ at the time. Received 27” in less than 12 hours. (3-4”/hr rates at times.). I have some decent video from that storm (somewhere).
  5. Bangor Pa, 31° Snow changed to Sleet at 11:00 pm, 3.5” total
  6. That's 2 storms in a row that you Southerners fared better. (congrats!) .5" in Bangor, PA
  7. Point taken, and it is something all should (and here probably will) monitor as this unfolds Saturday PM. I think the low placement and strength (farther North and stronger on the EURO compared to the NAM) though at that particular forecast hour, is a factor in as to where the inverted trough sets up on those two maps.
  8. 1/2" of ice would certainly qualify as nasty. I'd prefer snow, but it looks less likely that any part of the forecast area remains all snow. Agree -- can't imagine imagine Wantage suface cold scouring out. Here in northern Northampton County, it can be a little easier to do so. Sometimes that stubborn NNE breeze though won't quit. We'll see.
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