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MBY Snowfall Totals

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  1. And so it begins, moderate rain and thunder down here in Middletown.
  2. It is really more about tomorrow than today, but probably easier to look back instead of parsing thru two different observational threads.
  3. Just got an email from my weather station of greater than 1"/hr rates. Gauge is in Fox Chase. I'm at work near NE airport and not a drop.
  4. Chance are increasing of first 90 in philly on Wednesday. Atleast for now, that looks to be it for this week as the eps are really going poleward with the ridge in the plains which helps sharpen the whole jet stream which in turns pulls the trough into the northeast. This is just through this weekend. Gotta see what all that heat in the plains does, has to go somewhere and that somewhere may be here after next weekend.
  5. Couple of power outages in/around Mount Laurel.
  6. Not the discussion one would like to have during the heart of probably the snowiest period of the winter, but it is what it is. We are just about at the magic 120hr threshold where if systems look intense, they remain intense. The models are not backing away. GFS has predicted total totals of around 50 with an 850mb llj of 80mph. Chances are, these will come down some if its model bias holds. Regardless not your typical February 8th system. The models are still forecasting the Poconos and far NW NJ possibly starting as non-liquid ptypes, but not for long as of today.
  7. Well, it looks like we are in store for a long stretch of some hot and humid weather. Temperatures could get as high as 96/97 in rural areas. Combine that with dew points in the mid to upper 70s and heat indexs cold be over 105. Throw in the chance for some thunderstorms to add to the mugginess. At first, the most widespread storm action should be north and west of the city in the wednesday-saturday period, but after that everyone is game. With any thunderstorm that does form the potential for extremely heavy rain is possble with saturated profiles right up through the column as we get a sw fl
  8. Line is starting to forum out wes, sun is filtering through broken cloud deck. CAPE values in the 1500-2500 range, LI -3 to -5 support thunderstorm development. Bulk shear is decent, but the best shear remains to the north. Should see a broken line or some storms start to pop in this airmass. PWATS in the 1.7-2 support heavy rainfall with any storm. Primary issue with this is wind and heavy rainfall. Hail shouldn't be a big issue nor tornadoes. MESOSCALE DISCUSSION 1484 NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK 1154 AM CDT SAT AUG 06 2016 AREAS AFFECTED...PORTIONS
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