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#21 OFFLINE   outdoorsman132

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Posted 02/06/13 - 08:08 PM

The weather says for me chance of coyotes and or foxes in the afternoon.
Choot em :elch:

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Posted 02/06/13 - 08:27 PM

Noaa is saying an inch so far in mercer. Winter storm watch on noaa is saying 5-10 in n jersey.

#23 Male ONLINE   Haskell_Hunter

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Posted 02/06/13 - 09:41 PM

8-16 in Haskell. Potentially 6-12 in NYC and LI, 18-24 in CT, but not along the coast.

Starts Friday AM, ends Saturday AM. Could be 3" of snow on the ground by noon.

When you check the NOAA's public weather statement, the snow report from Haskell is yours truly!

Let it snow!!!

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Posted 02/06/13 - 11:06 PM

It looks like a good one is going to hit .I am seeing 29 inches of the white crap.What do you all think is going to hit Friday night ? :banghead:


All of the weather people down here in SJ are talking 1-3; don't know if I'm ready for 29" -- although, it might be fun chasin a yote or a fox in the snow.

#25 Male ONLINE   Haskell_Hunter

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Posted 02/07/13 - 01:19 AM

AT THIS POINT...THERE IS QUITE A BIT OF UNCERTAINTY ON SNOWFALL
AMOUNTS DUE TO ABOVE MENTIONED UNCERTAINTY...BUT THERE IS ENOUGH
CONFIDENCE AT THIS POINT TO ISSUE A WINTER STORM WATCH FOR THE
ENTIRE AREA FOR THE POTENTIAL FOR HEAVY SNOW. THE HEAVIEST SNOWFALL
AMOUNTS LOOK TO BE ACROSS INTERIOR PORTIONS OF CT...WITH
POTENTIAL FOR 18 TO 24 INCHES AS MOST OF THE QPF WOULD BE IN THE
FORM OF SNOW. ACROSS THE LOWER HUDSON VALLEY...THE REGION MAY BE IN
HEAVY BANDING LESS TIME THAN FARTHER EAST...WITH A RANGE OF 8 TO 16
INCHES. A SIMILAR RANGE IS LIKELY ACROSS COASTAL CT...BUT DUE TO
UNCERTAINTY IN TRANSITION TIMING FROM RAIN TO SNOW.

THE MOST UNCERTAINTY IN SNOWFALL AMOUNTS IS TOWARDS THE
CITY/LI...WHERE TIMING OF CHANGEOVER AND LOCATION/DURATION OF
BANDING WILL BE CRITICAL. A DIFFERENCE IN LOCATION AND/OR TIMING OF
EVEN 3 HRS IN THIS BANDING...COULD BE THE DIFFERENCE IN NOTHING
VERSUS 6 INCHES OF SNOW. ENOUGH POTENTIAL EXISTS FOR 6 INCHES OF
SNOW ACROSS THE NYC METRO AND LI FOR A WATCH. IF TIMING OF PHASING
IS A BIT SLOWER...THAN WE COULD BE LOOKING AT ONLY ADVISORY LEVELS
SNOWFALL...WHILE IF IT IS FASTER THAN FORECAST WE COULD SEE 6 TO 12
INCHES OF SNOW.

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Posted 02/07/13 - 01:26 AM

1 to 3 inches for central is what im seeing

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Posted 02/07/13 - 05:15 AM

Well if we get anymore than that can you plow me out Colin? ;)
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Posted 02/07/13 - 07:07 AM

Looks like they are uping the snow totals:thumb_up:

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Posted 02/07/13 - 08:23 AM

AT THIS POINT...THERE IS QUITE A BIT OF UNCERTAINTY ON SNOWFALL
AMOUNTS DUE TO ABOVE MENTIONED UNCERTAINTY...BUT THERE IS ENOUGH
CONFIDENCE AT THIS POINT TO ISSUE A WINTER STORM WATCH FOR THE
ENTIRE AREA FOR THE POTENTIAL FOR HEAVY SNOW. THE HEAVIEST SNOWFALL
AMOUNTS LOOK TO BE ACROSS INTERIOR PORTIONS OF CT...WITH
POTENTIAL FOR 18 TO 24 INCHES AS MOST OF THE QPF WOULD BE IN THE
FORM OF SNOW. ACROSS THE LOWER HUDSON VALLEY...THE REGION MAY BE IN
HEAVY BANDING LESS TIME THAN FARTHER EAST...WITH A RANGE OF 8 TO 16
INCHES. A SIMILAR RANGE IS LIKELY ACROSS COASTAL CT...BUT DUE TO
UNCERTAINTY IN TRANSITION TIMING FROM RAIN TO SNOW.

THE MOST UNCERTAINTY IN SNOWFALL AMOUNTS IS TOWARDS THE
CITY/LI...WHERE TIMING OF CHANGEOVER AND LOCATION/DURATION OF
BANDING WILL BE CRITICAL. A DIFFERENCE IN LOCATION AND/OR TIMING OF
EVEN 3 HRS IN THIS BANDING...COULD BE THE DIFFERENCE IN NOTHING
VERSUS 6 INCHES OF SNOW. ENOUGH POTENTIAL EXISTS FOR 6 INCHES OF
SNOW ACROSS THE NYC METRO AND LI FOR A WATCH. IF TIMING OF PHASING
IS A BIT SLOWER...THAN WE COULD BE LOOKING AT ONLY ADVISORY LEVELS
SNOWFALL...WHILE IF IT IS FASTER THAN FORECAST WE COULD SEE 6 TO 12
INCHES OF SNOW.

keep it down your down there we don't need it in Ringwood lol

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Posted 02/07/13 - 10:21 AM

keep it down your down there we don't need it in Ringwood lol


LOL, the snow totals for our area have come down slightly, 6-10 inches.

The storm center will be east of us, so we'll get less snowfall in general. Also, there's a warm front preceding the snow, so it's going to start out as rain.

I've got family outside of Boston, they're going to get slammed.

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Posted 02/07/13 - 11:47 AM

LOL, the snow totals for our area have come down slightly, 6-10 inches.

The storm center will be east of us, so we'll get less snowfall in general. Also, there's a warm front preceding the snow, so it's going to start out as rain.

I've got family outside of Boston, they're going to get slammed.

That is 6-10 to much. I can't wait till spring time to dump my boat in Green Turtle Pond.




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