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Snowfall Totals

Posted by wxgeek on December 22, 2008

http://www.weather.gov/view/validProds.php?prod=PNS&node=KGYX

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Better late than never

Posted by wxgeek on December 20, 2008

The models have finally come into agreement. The 12z run shows that all the models now agree in the placement of the nor’easter for tomorrow. This will lead to a very significant snowfall. Sleet will be minimal and rain will not fall. This will equal very high snowfall totals. Most locations will see 8-10 inches of snow with some areas getting a foot and a half. Some higher elevations could approach 2 feet of snow from this storm in localized areas.

Oh and don’t forget, tomorrow is the first day of winter!

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Monster snowstorm possible Sunday

Posted by wxgeek on December 19, 2008

Northern New England will most likely see snowfall in the one to two foot range on Sunday as a Nor’easter races up the Maine coastline. There is less than 48 hours until this storm will hit. If the storm stays just far enough off shore then we will see all snow, most likely. but it is too early too tell. with a storm that strong it is possible that some mixing may take place east of I95.

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2 Snowstorms

Posted by wxgeek on December 18, 2008

Tomorrow: Heavy snow for central and southern NY, CT, MA, etc.

Sunday: Heavy snow for VT,NH,ME

White Christmas for sure.

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Snowy December

Posted by wxgeek on December 16, 2008

The potential exists for 4 snowstorms to hit southern Maine over the next 10 days. At this time all of them appear to be mostly or all snow events, even at the coast. It also appears that each storm after the next will be stronger than the previous. I’ll be on air at wmtw.com on the weekends.

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