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    The Official 3/23-3/24 Storm Discussion Thread

    I just saw the weather and we are suposed to get another snow storm in the boston area and south tomorrow, thats so wierd i never heard anything about this storm until now, i thought it was supposed to miss. Im sick of the snow here, i still want it to dump at the ski area but it doesnt do me any good anymore in the city, one more snow day and im going to school into july!!!!


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    Matt from NECN said that a part of the storm is breaking north. Nothing above the Nh state line. Boston 3 or 4 inches. Parts of CT maybe 6 inches. Hope the southern mountains make out. I would prefer the nothern Mountains, but as long as someone gets it. I hope no more snow days for my kids either. Snow days for me are good.
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    I was at Belleayre in the Catskills yesterday for a bluebird spring day, but Thursday's going to be better... they're calling for up to 10 inches tonight.

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    That is great news to the folks on that side.
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    I'll be going into work late tomorrow...
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    Pretty impressive forecast for around here:
    ... The National Weather Service In Upton Ny Has Issued A Winter Storm Watch In Effect From This Evening Through Tonight...

    Precipitation Will Spread Northward Today In Advance Of Strengthening Low Pressure System Over The Carolinas. The Precipitation Will Arrive By Early This Afternoon... And Should Be In The Form Of Rain.

    As Low Pressure Intensifies To The Southeast Of Long Island This Evening And Tonight... Colder Air Will Be Drawn Into The System. This Will Change Any Rain Or Mixed Precipitation Over To All Snow By Around Midnight. The Snow Could Be Heavy At Times Overnight. Greater Than 6 Inches Of Snow Will Be Possible By The Time All Is Said And Done Early Thursday Morning.

    The Snow That Falls Overnight Will Likely Be The Heavy Wet Type... Which Could Cause The Breakage Of Tree Branches... Which In Turn Could Down Power Lines And Cause Scattered Power Outages.

    A Slight Change In Track Of This Low Pressure System Could Mean Different Outcomes In Total Snow Accumulations. It Is Advised That Persons In The Watch Area Keep Abreast To Forecast Updates Today.
    Hope to get out Friday for abit...
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    As mentioned, wish the snow headed north. Now I'll have to deal with bit^&%ng neighbors down here whining like Barry Bonds over the snow
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    Snowing to beat the band this evening. Looks like about 3" so far. We've now been issued a winter storm warning and are forecasted to get 8-14". Heavy, wet glop, but it should still make for a decent day on Friday, especially since it's late March. Planning to go to Catamount.
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    this wet snow is the snow we want early season for a base, but ill still take it now

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    Just as long as it snows where it's important, on the mountain!!!!
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