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  1. #31
    Ticks to the NW. Better for Maine, but still a light event for NH.

    Days on the Snow:

    Pre 2011:~20 per year
    2011-2012: 19
    2012-2013: 34
    2013-2014: 25
    2014-2015: 23
    2015-2015: 17

  2. #32
    Actually wow the EURO says paste job for NH
    Days on the Snow:

    Pre 2011:~20 per year
    2011-2012: 19
    2012-2013: 34
    2013-2014: 25
    2014-2015: 23
    2015-2015: 17

  3. #33
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    Yup, coming in. RGEM is $$$ inside that 48 hour window. We shall see. Thinking totals will be going up.


    Last edited by Tin; Jan 14, 2016 at 4:23 PM.
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  4. #34
    What.... Holy s*** The NAM overamped? Never

    nam4km_mslp_wind_neus_12.jpg
    Days on the Snow:

    Pre 2011:~20 per year
    2011-2012: 19
    2012-2013: 34
    2013-2014: 25
    2014-2015: 23
    2015-2015: 17

  5. #35
    oops, accidentally sent twice
    Days on the Snow:

    Pre 2011:~20 per year
    2011-2012: 19
    2012-2013: 34
    2013-2014: 25
    2014-2015: 23
    2015-2015: 17

  6. #36
    I have such a hard time with these threads. So, bipolar. It's on, it's a bust, it's on, it's a bust.

  7. #37
    Quote Originally Posted by deadheadskier View Post
    I have such a hard time with these threads. So, bipolar. It's on, it's a bust, it's on, it's a bust.
    This storm has been especially finicky. This winter as a whole perhaps may be more difficult to track than normal. El Nino patterns always have so much going on that if one thing goes wrong, down goes the ship. It seems as though one potential deathblow presents itself and then is resolved in ~18 or so and then another issue pops up. Model mayhem.
    Days on the Snow:

    Pre 2011:~20 per year
    2011-2012: 19
    2012-2013: 34
    2013-2014: 25
    2014-2015: 23
    2015-2015: 17

  8. #38
    Quote Originally Posted by Boston Bulldog View Post
    This storm has been especially finicky. This winter as a whole perhaps may be more difficult to track than normal. El Nino patterns always have so much going on that if one thing goes wrong, down goes the ship. It seems as though one potential deathblow presents itself and then is resolved in ~18 or so and then another issue pops up. Model mayhem.
    I'm not talking about the finicky nature of the storm

    I'm talking about the certainty speak

    Just a general observation.

  9. #39
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    If you have anykind of freeheel aspect to your setups, .....going to be getting more than a few inches in Washington Country, ME thru Saturday, ...and cold thru next week(our #1 favorite item from Canada).
    SteveD

  10. #40
    Quote Originally Posted by deadheadskier View Post
    I'm not talking about the finicky nature of the storm

    I'm talking about the certainty speak

    Just a general observation.
    And the predicting of 10 out of every 3 storms...!

    I wish things would get better, though. I'm not heartbroken about the lack of snow at my house, but it would be nice if the mountains got some action.


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