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The 1-5 day QPF total from HPC at NOAA for the northeast has 2-3 liquid
inches for all of Vermont, NH and most of MA.  The most looks to be almost
all of Central New York State with 3-4 liquid inches from Buffalo to Glens
Falls, NY.  Anyone want to imagine what 4 liquid inches would translate to
if this were light fluffy snow(20 to 1 ratio)...80 inches?  Looks like we
will still be getting a fair share with 6-12 most of upstate NY then sleet
and garbage...10-15inches most of Northern Vermont and NH? Will Jay Peak be
reporting 3 feet of new on Friday or Saturday?

Scott

On Tue, 29 Jan 2002 17:26:43 EST, Randy Witlicki
<[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
> National Weather Service Burlington VT
> 152 PM EST Tue Jan 29 2002
> First widespread ptnl hvy qpf winter event for fa Thu/Fri
> ...<snip>...
>  ...... All mdls are generous with qpf lkly >1 inch acrs
>much of fa for the first widespread hvy qpf event of the
>winter season.
>  Again, storm track wl determine everything. Avn track acrs
>S-Cntrl NY and sne wl keep a primary snow and/or sleet event
>acrs nrn NY and nrn hlf VT. The other extreme is eta with a
>storm track acrs St lwrnc vly that wud brg snow Thu/Thu
>evening to a sleet/fzra Thu ngt and psbly ra Fri mrng for
>much of fa.
>  Attm, wl play middle of the road which wud stl put fa in
>decent winter storm threat but AM leaning toward colder
>scenario.
>  ...<snip>...
>
>  Avn, Eta == different computer models
>
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