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post Jan 20 2008, 07:29 PM
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QUOTE(baltimore_big_daddy @ Jan 20 2008, 02:43 PM) *
im thinking yo in pitt could get a good 3-6 , system looks to have about .25-.50 inches of precip. so could get a 2-6 swath


i'd be very very happy with that
but right now i;m doubting that

latest GFS has really backed off, while NAM shows about 2"
we'll have to see tomorrow
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post Jan 21 2008, 01:50 AM
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The way this and last winter is going Id be suprised with 3/4 of an inch!


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Feb 2010 beat our snow record in one month with approx. 45-50 inches
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post Jan 21 2008, 05:16 AM
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QUOTE(mikeyj1220 @ Jan 21 2008, 01:50 AM) *
The way this and last winter is going Id be suprised with 3/4 of an inch!

looking like western pa, could get some accumulating snows on tuesday-tuesday night and agin on thursday with a clipper system
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post Jan 21 2008, 09:08 AM
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QUOTE(mikeyj1220 @ Jan 21 2008, 01:50 AM) *
The way this and last winter is going Id be suprised with 3/4 of an inch!


I'm with you, NOAA is saying
"ACCUMULATIONS LESS THAN 1 INCH!" for Tuesday ! sad.gif
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post Jan 21 2008, 10:46 AM
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post Jan 21 2008, 02:25 PM
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Im not gonna count on anything till its on the ground!! Im so sick of being dissapointed!!!


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post Jan 21 2008, 07:01 PM
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QUOTE(mikeyj1220 @ Jan 21 2008, 02:25 PM) *
Im not gonna count on anything till its on the ground!! Im so sick of being dissapointed!!!


yeah i think we all are
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post Jan 21 2008, 09:49 PM
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TWC and NOAA upped forecast and are calling for 1-2" for tomorrow
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post Jan 24 2008, 04:39 PM
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Ill bring this thread back alive..... The reason is because the rest of the threads are east of the app. mountains and could be significantly different from the coast......Since I live 30 east of Pittsburgh, what do you think is gonna go on with any of these up coming storms.... Would like to get any opinions... A few models look like rain at first then snow on the back end... I dont remember which ones exactly becuase ive been looking at so many!!!

So if you want post the storm date then your opinion!

THEY ARE OPINIONS, YOU WILL NOT! I REPEAT! WILL NOT! BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR A WRONG FORECAST!


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post Jan 25 2008, 05:35 PM
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QUOTE(mikeyj1220 @ Jan 24 2008, 04:39 PM) *
Ill bring this thread back alive..... The reason is because the rest of the threads are east of the app. mountains and could be significantly different from the coast......Since I live 30 east of Pittsburgh, what do you think is gonna go on with any of these up coming storms.... Would like to get any opinions... A few models look like rain at first then snow on the back end... I dont remember which ones exactly becuase ive been looking at so many!!!

So if you want post the storm date then your opinion!

THEY ARE OPINIONS, YOU WILL NOT! I REPEAT! WILL NOT! BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR A WRONG FORECAST!

first off mikeyj1220, those were some awesome clips from the 1993 blizzard, it almost brought a tear to my eye.

as far as the weather coming up, as usual everything has to be right for us to get a decent snowstorm, its always a battle.
but the models are showing some action, so its gonna be a wait and see thing as always

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post Jan 25 2008, 07:45 PM
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This winter has been a bust as far as west PA is concerned. Dissapointed mellow.gif

There are multiple threads on potential east cost storms..any chance that they will bring significant snowfall to this area?

heres to hoping for a few 10+ inch storm this winter....
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post Jan 25 2008, 08:15 PM
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yeah it has been quite a disappointing winter

if you trust the 7/8 day GFS (which I don't) you would be seeing a period of some moderate snow, followed by a possible changeover to rain/snow mix, followed by heavy snow

certainly something to look at

but nothing to take too seriously yet
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post Jan 25 2008, 08:24 PM
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QUOTE(PittWeatherWatch @ Jan 25 2008, 08:15 PM) *
yeah it has been quite a disappointing winter

if you trust the 7/8 day GFS (which I don't) you would be seeing a period of some moderate snow, followed by a possible changeover to rain/snow mix, followed by heavy snow

certainly something to look at

but nothing to take too seriously yet

yeah it gonna be a close call with all these possible storms
the only bright spot is that lot of the models have the storms just west of us, and with the southeast ridge relaxing, the trend might be for a few of these storms to be east of us, but still close enough to give us some significant snowfall
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post Jan 26 2008, 01:05 PM
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oh my, each runs brings in more and more rain and less and less snow
we're going to have to see some big changes for there to be anything about 4" in the next 16 days
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post Jan 26 2008, 04:46 PM
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QUOTE(PittWeatherWatch @ Jan 26 2008, 01:05 PM) *
oh my, each runs brings in more and more rain and less and less snow
we're going to have to see some big changes for there to be anything about 4" in the next 16 days


huh.gif sad.gif Thats what this winter is all about
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post Jan 26 2008, 11:11 PM
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its not the main show all the hype is about, but tuesday night a piece of energy is forecasted to move through the area as the cold front goes through.
henry m mentioned it this morning, and the nws is showing enhanced snow for tue. night
we'll have to see tue evening, but this is how we sometimes get 4 or 5 " of snow, it kinda pops up out of nowhere
after that its anybodys guess, we could get a foot or an inch, with these early feb. storms
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post Jan 27 2008, 09:47 AM
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QUOTE(hoodlow77 @ Jan 26 2008, 11:11 PM) *
its not the main show all the hype is about, but tuesday night a piece of energy is forecasted to move through the area as the cold front goes through.
henry m mentioned it this morning, and the nws is showing enhanced snow for tue. night
we'll have to see tue evening, but this is how we sometimes get 4 or 5 " of snow, it kinda pops up out of nowhere
after that its anybodys guess, we could get a foot or an inch, with these early feb. storms


i did notice that potential
henry and local mets did say a little something about it
after looking at the models though, i think 2" is certainly the max
but something to keep looking at i guess
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post Jan 28 2008, 10:05 AM
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there's some long range model stuff out there, yeah we'll see ???????????????

it pains to say it, but you can stick a fork in it, i think we're done

i hope im wrong, bigtime!!

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post Jan 28 2008, 02:23 PM
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the next ten days seem to be all great lake storms, unfourtunatly also , there is not enough cold air to even give us front end snowfall ( 2-4")

here in pgh we're not east coast, but because storms do not travel up the appalaician mtns, we have to basically live and die by the nor'easter. its a crappy deal, but thats reality.

the storms west of the apps. are just too far west, and usually lack the super dynamics to give a broad area decent snowfall, unlike the east coast storms, basically because they're landlocked.

hopefully we can get a miracle tue nite, and get the cold air in here before the energy and precip goes on by, its happend before
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post Jan 29 2008, 06:02 AM
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WOW
what a turn the weather took overnight

Freezing rain and wind advisories for tonight and tomorrow.
TWC calling for a total of about 1-2" with snow tonight and tomorrow.

AccuWeather calling for almost 1" of ice thursday night into friday
AccuWeather also calling for about 3" of new snow thursday night into friday

the latest GFS shows a huge spurt of snow during the 1st of the month (a good 7" or so)
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