Friday 1/30/15 clipper

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    Friday 1/30/15 clipper

    It's looking like a small handful of inches for the Greens. With the accompanying winds, NWS anticipates a good upslope potential. I could go for that!

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    How is NH looking? I am not seeing much detail on this storm.

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    Its not really a storm. Just a fast moving clipper.
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    GFS and Boston 7 news is blowing this up over Maine with another 12-18" from SR north

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quietman View Post
    GFS and Boston 7 news is blowing this up over Maine with another 12-18" from SR north
    Silly silly silly. Didn't their mothers teach them never to listen to the GFS? It puts evil thoughts in their minds. Gray Maine is estimating 6"+.
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    I believe the potential is there for this to blow up in the gulf of Maine. 6 inches is a safe bet.
    Snow!

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    Berkshire E in North Berkshire? I hear that area might get around 8 inches meaning I should finally check out platty of MA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottySkis View Post
    Berkshire E in North Berkshire? I hear that area might get around 8 inches meaning I should finally check out platty of MA?
    Were not getting 8 inches. I would love if we did. Were in the 2-3 range.
    Snow!

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