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DomNH
Posted on: Dec 31 2013, 04:31 PM


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QUOTE(norr'easter @ Dec 31 2013, 04:30 PM) *
Is the next Euro run at midnight??

1AM-ish.
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DomNH
Posted on: Dec 31 2013, 04:11 PM


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Come on guys let's try to hold the quality of discussion to at least a little better standard.
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DomNH
Posted on: Dec 13 2013, 11:24 AM


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QUOTE(Hobie @ Dec 13 2013, 12:07 PM) *
Haven't seen any talk of ratios since yesterday...can someone talk about how they are determined, and when "we know" what they might be? It seems to me that single factor can have a HUGE effect on totals.

You basically need to find out where the dendritic (good flakes) snow growth zone is in the atmosphere and then find out if there is lift (upward vertical motion ---> negative omega) in that zone. The DGZ is roughly -10 to -20 degrees C, so you'd find on a SKEW-T where that is vs. pressure level, and then you'd need to use a cross section to find if you have upward motion in that layer. The more upward motion the better.
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DomNH
Posted on: Dec 12 2013, 09:31 PM


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Lol the NAM is having trouble resolving convection problems from run to run. Completely ignore it, it's a mess.
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DomNH
Posted on: Dec 30 2012, 01:15 AM


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7'' total here, 13'' in the past 3 days.
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DomNH
Posted on: Dec 28 2012, 11:39 PM


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QUOTE(hckyplayer8 @ Sep 10 2012, 09:50 PM) *
Where the rules aren't TV ++++G and the mentality isn't lots of warnings = doing a good job.

Funny enough it isn't the mods doing the warnings 9/10 times.

I believe this to be true. This site will never be close to as active as it was a few years ago, unfortunately.

Lots of other reasons, too...
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DomNH
Posted on: Oct 29 2011, 03:42 PM


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Winter Storm Warning for 8-12'' in October...unreal.
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DomNH
Posted on: Oct 27 2011, 07:39 PM


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QUOTE(ilovethesnow223 @ Oct 27 2011, 08:37 PM) *
it is snowing in billerica,ma all snow it has been snowing since 6:45 pm grass is covered roads are just wet. i love october snow.

My road is covered in Nashua...this is pretty great.
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DomNH
Posted on: Aug 27 2011, 11:12 PM


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Recon just found 85kt flight level winds pretty far E of the center...she's still cranking pretty good.

Edit: 94kts now.
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DomNH
Posted on: Aug 26 2011, 09:48 PM


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QUOTE(jdrenken @ Aug 26 2011, 10:44 PM) *
Cape Lookout has a 45kt wind gust...but there is a ton of rain along the SE coast of NC that is likely helping those gust.

Well yeah, it's a hurricane laugh.gif.
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DomNH
Posted on: Aug 26 2011, 09:39 PM


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Wrightsville Beach, NC has already gusted to 56 kts (64mph)...

http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/station_page.php?station=jmpn7

I'm not buying the low surface winds near the center.
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DomNH
Posted on: Aug 26 2011, 09:28 PM


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Wilmington, NC already gusting to 42kts.

2011/08/27 02:21 KILM 270221Z AUTO 02025G42KT 1 1/4SM +RA BR SCT008 BKN015 OVC023 23/23 A2937 RMK AO2 PK WND 02050/0210 P0043
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DomNH
Posted on: Aug 26 2011, 09:21 PM


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The NAM is awful. Takes this W of Morehead City in NC and the storm will be lucky to scrape the Outer Banks at its current trajectory.
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DomNH
Posted on: Aug 26 2011, 09:07 PM


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QUOTE(jdrenken @ Aug 26 2011, 09:54 PM) *
Thanks!

Not at all. The Northern MidAtl/NE will still feel the affects of high end TS winds/low end CAT1 winds that won't help the situation with the compounding flood situation. Mix that with trees coming down because the ground is already saturated and you are looking at long lasting power outages.

Plus the trees are fully leaved this time of year. We're prepped for long outages up here.
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DomNH
Posted on: Aug 26 2011, 08:22 PM


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QUOTE(SkyWarnF5 @ Aug 26 2011, 09:21 PM) *
Any have a Guesstimate on Landfall for L.I and CT shores ??

Looks like the consensus is Western or Central Long Island to near New Haven.
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DomNH
Posted on: Aug 26 2011, 08:02 PM


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You all realize that if this just scrapes the outer banks it'll be a Cat. 1 as it hits Long Island, right?

It's a maintaining Cat. 2 right now and it's massive. Massive storm = slow to weaken. It has a very expansive windfield.
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DomNH
Posted on: Aug 26 2011, 09:58 AM


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QUOTE(Noreastericane @ Aug 26 2011, 10:57 AM) *
So is this storm pulling an "Ike" where the storm expands its windfield and gets bigger instead of stronger? Is that what's going on?

Yes.
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DomNH
Posted on: Aug 26 2011, 09:39 AM


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Looks like I'm going to be on the east side of this should the models hold. Lots of wind, even up here as this is a massive storm with a very large windfield.
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DomNH
Posted on: Aug 25 2011, 04:13 PM


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QUOTE(Superstorm93 @ Aug 25 2011, 05:12 PM) *

What a huge storm.
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DomNH
Posted on: Aug 25 2011, 04:04 PM


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QUOTE(Bostonhurricane @ Aug 25 2011, 05:00 PM) *
There is no way a landfalling Tropical Storm would be worse than the ice storm. I was here, I didn't have power for a week and the tree damage was worse in some towns than it was in the Hurricane of '38. If this is a landfalling TS. It's more likely to be like Bertha up here in '96. No one remembers that one because it wasn't a big deal. It went right over my house.

Agreed a TS wouldn't cause damage like the ice storm. Category 1, honestly not sure. The biggest damage I saw during that storm was a telephone pole on my street snapped in half like a toothpick. That has to be hard to replicate, but since we rarely get wind here it's hard to say.
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DomNH
Posted on: Aug 25 2011, 03:57 PM


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QUOTE(Bostonhurricane @ Aug 25 2011, 04:50 PM) *
sure thats possible. I don't think it's likely to be a Cat 1 landfalling Hurricane in New England. Not the way it looks right now. How many Noreasters have caused 40-55MPH wind on the cape? Plenty.

Well yeah...but as BostonPatriots said that's usually without leaves on the trees. And even its only a TS at landfall there will be gusts beyond 55mph throughout SNE...this storm is monstrous in size. I've lived here for many years and I rarely see wind gusts over 50-55 mph, you should know, you live in the Merrimack Valley too.

My benchmark for damage is the '08 ice storm. Worst I've ever seen here...not sure how close this will come.
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DomNH
Posted on: Aug 25 2011, 03:48 PM


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That's about the worst track for SNE...pretty much all of SNE on the east, windier, side. NYC gets heavy gusts and a ton of rain.
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DomNH
Posted on: Aug 25 2011, 03:46 PM


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QUOTE(Bostonhurricane @ Aug 25 2011, 04:42 PM) *
even if it comes up the coast and turns NE and hits LI/SNE, it's most likely going to be a 50-65MPH tropical storm. Cold water and the land interaction and shear will weaken her big time. Meaning nYC and SNE won't be that bad. Either way, waiting 24 hours to see what happens is the right call up here. We are still 3 days away. This has a good chance of not being a big deal for New Englanders. Especially with all the strong Noreasters we have delt with over the last year.

If this comes up the coast and the only land interaction over the center is OBX and HSE, this will hit Long Island as a Cat. 1 hurricane. How often does the interior outside of Cape Cod and the Islands see 70+ mph gusts from a nor'easter?
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DomNH
Posted on: Aug 25 2011, 03:40 PM


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Looks like the NAM is going to crush New England...seems to be the growing consensus at this point.
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DomNH
Posted on: Aug 25 2011, 01:36 PM


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Irene has some very nice outflow now and convection is still firing all around the center. Not surprised at the pressure drop.
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