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    Alert Snowstorm Presidents day evening - Tuesday midday here we go again

    Another clipper system will track across the northern tear of the nation Sunday - Monday with 3 - 5 or 3 - 6 inch snow from Ohio/Indiana/Pennsylvania/Northern Virginia. As the clipper heads into the ohio valley... it will transfer off the se nj coast and bring in better moisture for nyc/long island and into east ct. Total snow of 6+ inches is likely and near certain.

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    The numerical models including the Canadian,United Kingdom and European center for Medium Range Weather Forecast are all in agreement in greater than 6 inches of snow for nyc/long island and east ct...east of i95. 3 -6 inches of snow for all of pa and into southern ny state and perhaps into boston.

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    This part of the country is becoming less and less tolerable every year. Im moving to Cali, cant take this ****.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby2 View Post
    This part of the country is becoming less and less tolerable every year. Im moving to Cali, cant take this ****.
    This lack of toughness was one of the reasons Sooth never made you a mod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crossfire View Post
    This lack of toughness was one of the reasons Sooth never made you a mod.
    True.

    But I mean, it is either one extreme or the other here. In the summer I am absolutely miserable with the heat. I usually love the winter, but this is too much.

    Theres good weather here for a combined 9 weeks.

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    I'm seriously running out of places to put all the snow. The piles of snow on the sides of my driveway are so high that they have mini avalanches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby2 View Post
    This part of the country is becoming less and less tolerable every year. Im moving to Cali, cant take this ****.
    Where they're on year 3 of a drought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CookieMonsta View Post
    The numerical models including the Canadian,United Kingdom and European center for Medium Range Weather Forecast are all in agreement in greater than 6 inches of snow for nyc/long island and east ct...east of i95. 3 -6 inches of snow for all of pa and into southern ny state and perhaps into boston.
    time frame for Northern NJ? start/end?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dcat View Post
    time frame for Northern NJ? start/end?
    Apparently January/March is the answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CookieMonsta View Post
    Another clipper system will track across the northern tear of the nation Sunday - Monday with 3 - 5 or 3 - 6 inch snow from Ohio/Indiana/Pennsylvania/Northern Virginia. As the clipper heads into the ohio valley... it will transfer off the se nj coast and bring in better moisture for nyc/long island and into east ct. Total snow of 6+ inches is likely and near certain.
    cookie,

    Thanks again for the info. In your professional opinion, how likely is it that this storm hits those cities you mentioned? I checked the airline website and there is no storm policy for flights departing/arriving Monday or Tuesday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetssjumets View Post
    cookie,

    Thanks again for the info. In your professional opinion, how likely is it that this storm hits those cities you mentioned? I checked the airline website and there is no storm policy for flights departing/arriving Monday or Tuesday.
    I don't care about the projection right now that they have, the Gfs model is by itself in keeping a weak system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dcat View Post
    time frame for Northern NJ? start/end?
    Monday 11pm - 2am -- Tuesday 12pm. 6 - 10 inches of snow.

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    Thx cookie appreciate the updates, you've been spot on


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    Quote Originally Posted by CookieMonsta View Post
    I don't care about the projection right now that they have, the Gfs model is by itself in keeping a weak system.
    I am not questioning you as I have found your info very helpful. In fact, if not for your thread last week I would've been stucked in the storm. Thanks for getting me out of that mess. after seeing this thread, I just checked the airline website and no travel advisory has been issued. I just want to know should I prepare to catch a red eye flight Monday night or just plan to work the entire week from my LA office as I am not flying cross country on Wednesday just to return Friday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetssjumets View Post
    I am not questioning you as I have found your info very helpful. In fact, if not for your thread last week I would've been stucked in the storm. Thanks for getting me out of that mess. after seeing this thread, I just checked the airline website and no travel advisory has been issued. I just want to know should I prepare to catch a red eye flight Monday night or just plan to work the entire week from my LA office as I am not flying cross country on Wednesday just to return Friday.
    Monday night - Tuesday midday is a big problem for travelers I would definitely detour plans in this time frame. Wendesday - Sunday looks warm and pleasant and a lot of snow will melt. But the data in the Pacific is showing a strong system for the discussed timeframe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CookieMonsta View Post
    Monday night - Tuesday midday is a big problem for travelers I would definitely detour plans in this time frame. Wendesday - Sunday looks warm and pleasant and a lot of snow will melt. But the data in the Pacific is showing a strong system for the discussed timeframe.
    Thanks pal. Much appreciated.

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    This is a pure Miller B snowstorm where low pressure transfers from the midwest/Ohio River Valley to the coast.
    Usually New England gets the worst of these storms. The impact on the NYC area is moderate but not severe. 6 inches or so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CookieMonsta View Post
    Another clipper system will track across the northern tear of the nation Sunday - Monday with 3 - 5 or 3 - 6 inch snow from Ohio/Indiana/Pennsylvania/Northern Virginia. As the clipper heads into the ohio valley... it will transfer off the se nj coast and bring in better moisture for nyc/long island and into east ct. Total snow of 6+ inches is likely and near certain.
    GFY

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    Quote Originally Posted by CookieMonsta View Post
    Monday 11pm - 2am -- Tuesday 12pm. 6 - 10 inches of snow.
    Wait. Why 2am?

    Don't you mean from Monday 11pm -- Tuesday 12 pm?

    or will the snow stop at 2am but then resume later at a time(That you did not specify)?

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    do none of the posters on JI watch the news or look at weather online?

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