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  1. NJHurricane

    2/20-2/21 Obs , The Deja Vu Event

    First flurries occurred at 9:12 am, steadier snow and visibility dropping now here in National Park NJ across the river from PHL
  2. Any Mt Holly briefing package this update cycle?
  3. NJHurricane

    Lets cancel 1st half of Feb snow obs 2/10-2/12

    Appears we have freezing drizzle, bit of crust on snow pack, glaze on metal/elevated surfaces....just wet on most pavement here in National Park NJ
  4. NJHurricane

    Lets cancel 1st half of Feb snow obs 2/10-2/12

    Legit light snow in National Park as radar fills in a bit. The never ending flurry was getting stale😶
  5. NJHurricane

    Lets cancel 1st half of Feb snow obs 2/10-2/12

    Advecting dry air down to the surface? Or a bit off the deck???..seems like dews near me aren’t much different in areas seeing the steady stuff
  6. NJHurricane

    Lets cancel 1st half of Feb snow obs 2/10-2/12

    Yeah seems like what I’m seeing so far is underwhelming compared to radar...last night was the opposite, every whisp of a return had at least light, steady, slowly accumulating snow
  7. NJHurricane

    Lets cancel 1st half of Feb snow obs 2/10-2/12

    Seems like it’s been a theme, this waxing and waning of the eastern part of the precipitation shield of round two in the early stages....no consistency by the mesoscale modeling though
  8. NJHurricane

    Lets cancel 1st half of Feb snow obs 2/10-2/12

    Just arrived back in National Park from North Brunswick....light snow, 34....bigger flakes than last night on my way south...when I left North Brunswick car thermometer was 40f As we drove through areas that had about an inch left temp varied 36-38...as we reached the 2”+ zone of round one...34/35
  9. NJHurricane

    Lets cancel 1st half of Feb snow obs 2/10-2/12

    Still no PHL? I already left National Park without taking even a ruler in the grass measurement for comparison...at my brothers in North Brunswick now barely a dusting.
  10. NJHurricane

    Lets cancel 1st half of Feb snow obs 2/10-2/12

    I’m sure...haven’t measured but this is the scene in National Park NJ directly across from the airport...no grass sticking through, usually a good guess metric for 2” threshold
  11. NJHurricane

    Lets cancel 1st half of Feb snow obs 2/10-2/12

    Just got home to National Park NJ, looks like we are creeping up on 2 inches...drove from Millburn NJ...excellent job by Mt Holly with the advisory, slushy roads began right at the northern fringe of the advisory area...Turnpike and 295 had some legit snow/slush covered stretches with most traffic doing 35/40 mph
  12. Both events or just first?
  13. Very light snow where I’m at in Millburn NJ
  14. Working up in Millburn NJ again...right on this I-78 corridor...scheduled to work until 11 but they have discussed letting us go at 5...cloudy with no wind currently
  15. Earlier WPC disco An icy transition zone is expected further to the south, with guidance continuing to signal some potential for significant ice accumulations along the southern periphery of the heavier snow axis from the Ohio valley to southern PA/northern NJ, southeast NY/southern New England on Day 2. The NAM forecast sounding show an impressive bank of low level cold air, with forecast soundings in this band indicating a layer of -4 to -6c cold air, likely resulting in an extended period of sleet. If correct, this would lead to lighter freezing rain amounts than depicted by the NAM, and more sleet instead.
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