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  1. Wife reports hail at our house in National Park NJ
  2. Mother's Day weekend Enhanced risk and Heavy rainfall

    Been mostly sunny most of day near Green Creek, Cape May County
  3. Ended with an average of 8.2” National Park NJ across from PHL (round 2...wasn’t here to measure round 1)
  4. 2:49pm National Park Nj across from PHL... Second band heavy snow
  5. Approaching “heavy” visibility criteria for first time today at National Park NJ across from PHL at 1:20 pm
  6. Accumulating nicely and not really even moderate here in National Park NJ across from PHL
  7. Starting to mix with snow 10:09 am here in National Park NJ across from PHL....
  8. The Vernal Equinox Coastal Storm

    These are the storms that seperate the knowledge hungry weather hobbyists from the lame ass how much for my yard snow-bros
  9. The Vernal Equinox Coastal Storm

    Yeah the ensemble all-in is a bit of a wrinkle I wasn’t expecting
  10. The Vernal Equinox Coastal Storm

    seems like the timing of short waves on Euro is *just* perfect to prevent things from consolidating... the GFS is almost the perfect other side of that coin
  11. The Vernal Equinox Coastal Storm

    Time to wait on ensembles.... too early for any kinda operational consensus anyway
  12. The Vernal Equinox Coastal Storm

    Some sources I follow the depth breadth and staying power of the cold air source is a “source” of some debate...but at least it’s gonna be there in some form
  13. The Vernal Equinox Coastal Storm

    Excellent point/observation
  14. The Vernal Equinox Coastal Storm

    %100 agree....when I see those accumulations I don’t take the accumulation as literal...but I do take it as a signal for a potentially high impact event
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