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View Postdarkstar, on 03 February 2018 - 10:58 AM, said:



Going to take back to back big ticket storms & 2 moderate events to salvage this train wreck.
So much for all the bullish winter calls.

What train wreck ?
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For at least the coastal areas, and maybe inland, the winter so far has been colder than normal with average to above average snowfall.
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Radar doesn't look good; in typical EC snowstorms with GOM moisture, we typically see thunderstorms over Florida, GA and AL. All the moisture is west, over LA, AR and MS. Looks like it will cut to our west. So snow changing to rain for coast with eventual rain far inland looking like a good call. Sucks to see this in winter.
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View Postmetfan4life, on 03 February 2018 - 06:05 PM, said:



What train wreck ?

Of below normal snow and a ****ty winter . These next two systems looking like garbage .
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18-19= 31.8 ytd
17-18= 72
16-17= 38.3
15-16= 31
14-15=54
13-14 = 63.1
12-13 =46.2
11-12 =19, 10-11= 66
9-10=65 , 8-9 = 40
7-8=32

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View Postrgwp96, on 03 February 2018 - 11:49 PM, said:



Of below normal snow and a ****ty winter . These next two systems looking like garbage .

3 storms
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View Postokterrific83, on 03 February 2018 - 12:15 PM, said:



I think most of the area is at or on pace for an average snowfall this winter. Areas east of NYC are probably above normal.
I feel like most of the country is below normal for snow maybe New York City is right at average maybe east of there might be a little above average maybe the southeast is above average because a few fluke storms.
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2014-2015 Winter - 67.0" Min Temp -6
2013-2014 Winter - 66.1" Min Temp -5
2012-2013 Winter - 53.4" Min Temp +1
2011-2012 Winter - 26.9" Min Temp +5
2010-2011 Winter - 62.3" Min Temp -6

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View Postsatellite_eyes, on 04 February 2018 - 08:26 AM, said:

I feel like most of the country is below normal for snow maybe New York City is right at average maybe east of there might be a little above average maybe the southeast is above average because a few fluke storms.

Most inland areas of nj are about 25-30 inches below their average right now
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snowfall
18-19= 31.8 ytd
17-18= 72
16-17= 38.3
15-16= 31
14-15=54
13-14 = 63.1
12-13 =46.2
11-12 =19, 10-11= 66
9-10=65 , 8-9 = 40
7-8=32

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View PostFreezingDrizzle, on 03 February 2018 - 02:44 PM, said:

What do you have so far, and what is your average?

23.5 inches. Biggest event is 4.7 inches.
My recent records.

12/13 - 67.0 SN

13/14 - 74.1 SN

14/15 - 82.9 SN

15/16 - 32.9 SN

16/17 - 69.8 SN

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View Postdarkstar, on 04 February 2018 - 08:50 AM, said:



23.5 inches. Biggest event is 4.7 inches.
My recent records.

12/13 - 67.0 SN

13/14 - 74.1 SN

14/15 - 82.9 SN

15/16 - 32.9 SN

16/17 - 69.8 SN


Is that your normal average? I'm in Clifton, NJ. I have 17/18 inches it looks like when checking the Rutgers weather website. My average is about 25/26 inches. So likely will reach that before the winter is over.

Winter 17/18 snow totals
https://climate.rutg...#12/13-12/14/17

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View Postsatellite_eyes, on 04 February 2018 - 08:26 AM, said:

I feel like most of the country is below normal for snow maybe New York City is right at average maybe east of there might be a little above average maybe the southeast is above average because a few fluke storms.

Parts of LI have over 30 inches right now

I'm at 20 inches
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mt holly morning update seems to favoring a colder solution with temps.
Guess a colder rain is possible.
Notes 1-2 inches of snow possible in the higher terrain.
possible more ice, sleet..
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View Postokterrific83, on 04 February 2018 - 09:52 AM, said:

Is that your normal average? I'm in Clifton, NJ. I have 17/18 inches it looks like when checking the Rutgers weather website. My average is about 25/26 inches. So likely will reach that before the winter is over.

Winter 17/18 snow totals
https://climate.rutg...#12/13-12/14/17

Don't have stats on the normal. Totals are what i have measured since moving to Highland Lakes.
Best guess is the average is 55-65 inches a year.

Have around 3 inches of snow still on the ground from the Thursday night/Friday event still.
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Were about 1/2 way (maybe a little more) thru the season, so you should have about 1/2 of what your area receives, which you can figure out from the map above.
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Sun trying to come out here, 42 degrees.
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Central park year to date 18.9" Normal value 13.1 departure from normal +5.8 last year 11.1

LaGuardia year to date 16.7" Normal value 13.9 departure from normal +2.8 last year 13.1

JFK year to date 16.4" Normal value 12.1 departure from normal +4.3 last year 15.0

Islip year to date 28.1" Normal value 13.3 departure from normal +14.8 last year 17.2

Bridgeport year to date 20.1" Normal value 14.3 departure from normal +5.8 last year 17.0

Newark year to date 17.8" Normal value 14.7 departure from normal +3.1 last year 12.7
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I would conclude from the data posted that eastern areas are tracking above average snowfall due to one or two events, while interior areas are actually tracking below normal as we typically see much more snow, in some cases triple the amounts that are typically seen toward the city and coastal communities.
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View Postgpsnavigator, on 04 February 2018 - 11:06 AM, said:

I would conclude from the data posted that eastern areas are tracking above average snowfall due to one or two events, while interior areas are actually tracking below normal as we typically see much more snow, in some cases triple the amounts that are typically seen toward the city and coastal communities.

No doubt the coast is above normal but I'm not so sure inland areas are that much below normal at all. Judging by the average snowfall map of N.J. posted above, most of the northern half of N.J. should have 15-30 inches so far this season to be on par with average. I don't think that is very far off from what has happened in most areas.
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View Postokterrific83, on 04 February 2018 - 09:52 AM, said:



Is that your normal average? I'm in Clifton, NJ. I have 17/18 inches it looks like when checking the Rutgers weather website. My average is about 25/26 inches. So likely will reach that before the winter is over.

Winter 17/18 snow totals
https://climate.rutg...#12/13-12/14/17

Clifton is probably 30-35 average
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snowfall
18-19= 31.8 ytd
17-18= 72
16-17= 38.3
15-16= 31
14-15=54
13-14 = 63.1
12-13 =46.2
11-12 =19, 10-11= 66
9-10=65 , 8-9 = 40
7-8=32

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Just started snowing here. 32°
Elev: 1217'

2012-2013 total snow: 67.0"
2013- 2014 total snow: 67.0"
2014-2015 total snow: 71.1"
2015-2016 total snow: 31"
2016-2017 total snow 61"
2017-2018 total snow: 84"
2018-2019 snow to date: 40"
Lowest temp this season: -7.6 1/31/19





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