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Im curious on how this will be up by me northwest Sussex county. We are always colder. Im sure we will see the change at some point but temp difference between here and most of northwest NJ is always different.
Location: Wantage NJ (Northwest Sussex County)
Total snow for 2018-2019 season 36.7 inches
Total snow for 2017-2018 season 64.2 inches
Total snow for 2016-2017 season 62.1 inches
Total snow for 2015-2016 season 12 inches (Least amount ever recorded for my area)
Total snow for 2014-2015 season: 56.3 inches
Total snow for 2013-2014 season: 60.1 inches
Total snow for 2012-2013 season: 50.6 inches
Total snow for 2011-2012 season: 24 inches
Total snow for 2010-2011 season: 50.8 inches
Total snow for 2009-2010 season: 69.5 inches
Total snow for 2008-2009 season: 42.6 inches
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View Postsnowshoe, on 17 January 2019 - 02:17 PM, said:

Im curious on how this will be up by me northwest Sussex county. We are always colder. Im sure we will see the change at some point but temp difference between here and most of northwest NJ is always different.

Maybe for ice but you aren’t far enough to stop a changeover with a track like that
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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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Euro slightly north, GFS slightly south, not much has changed.
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NWS Binghamton bullish on 8-14” Pike and Sullivan
Mt. Holly holding off on and prediction numbers
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The supermarket was packed



People talking about the big snowstorm coming on Sunday .



Stupid media
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NWS snow estimates at this time are about a foot in the Poughkeepsie-Kingston area, 18 around Albany and 20 inches in the Catskills and Berkshires.
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View Postmetfan4life, on 17 January 2019 - 03:09 PM, said:

The supermarket was packed



People talking about the big snowstorm coming on Sunday .



Stupid media
fake news strikes again lol

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Winter storm watch for NYC



3-6 inches of snow with some ice.
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View Postmetfan4life, on 17 January 2019 - 03:40 PM, said:

Winter storm watch for NYC

Watch went up for sessex county. 5-8 inches with ice. Not far off from the NYC totals. Seems a bit high for city or not high enough out here.



3-6 inches of snow with some ice.

Location: Wantage NJ (Northwest Sussex County)
Total snow for 2018-2019 season 36.7 inches
Total snow for 2017-2018 season 64.2 inches
Total snow for 2016-2017 season 62.1 inches
Total snow for 2015-2016 season 12 inches (Least amount ever recorded for my area)
Total snow for 2014-2015 season: 56.3 inches
Total snow for 2013-2014 season: 60.1 inches
Total snow for 2012-2013 season: 50.6 inches
Total snow for 2011-2012 season: 24 inches
Total snow for 2010-2011 season: 50.8 inches
Total snow for 2009-2010 season: 69.5 inches
Total snow for 2008-2009 season: 42.6 inches
Total snow for 2007-2008 season: 52.3 inches
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View Postmetfan4life, on 17 January 2019 - 03:40 PM, said:

Winter storm watch for NYC



3-6 inches of snow with some ice.

Also Nassau County and northern Suffolk.
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WSW for 5”-8” for Hunterdon Cty NJ. ??

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Mount Holly has a winter storm watch in effect for my area 1 to 2 inches of snow Saturday, 5 to 9 inches of snow and sleet Saturday night changing back to snow Sunday morning with 1/4 to 1/2 an inch additional accumulations
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18z NAM continues the warming trend. Looks like snow arrives in the area by dark on Saturday and changes to rain quickly on the coast and perhaps well before midnight to the north and west and then goes to sleet or ice. We rain into Sunday with icing well north and west. Any precip left over looks to end by midday and then it turns much colder Sunday night. If current trends continue this will be largely a nonevent on the coast. That can change but those are my thoughts on it for now.
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View Postcarribeanpirate, on 17 January 2019 - 03:58 PM, said:

WSW for 5”-8” for Hunterdon Cty NJ. ??
CP - I don’t think you will see that much out your way.
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View PostTatamyPA, on 17 January 2019 - 04:05 PM, said:

18z NAM continues the warming trend. Looks like snow arrives in the area by dark on Saturday and changes to rain quickly on the coast and perhaps well before midnight to the north and west and then goes to sleet or ice. We rain into Sunday with icing well north and west. Any precip left over looks to end by midday and then it turns much colder Sunday night. If current trends continue this will be largely a nonevent on the coast. That can change but those are my thoughts on it for now.

We have to see if the models are not handling the cold air right. They might be too quick with the warm air coming in the area.
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View Postmetfan4life, on 17 January 2019 - 04:07 PM, said:



We have to see if the models are not handling the cold air right. They might be too quick with the warm air coming in the area.
The cold air might hold on at the surface for a time to the north and west but the mid levels are going to torch and do so quickly late Saturday night. This is a SWFE and that is what they do.
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View PostTatamyPA, on 17 January 2019 - 04:21 PM, said:


The cold air might hold on at the surface for a time to the north and west but the mid levels are going to torch and do so quickly late Saturday night. This is a SWFE and that is what they do.

Yes but not every storm is similiar. We still don't know the exact track and how long is the snow going to last before the change over.
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View PostTatamyPA, on 17 January 2019 - 04:07 PM, said:


CP - I don’t think you will see that much out your way.

I don’t think so either, planning on mostly rain.

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Call me alarmist, but I just bought a generator and a pair of space heaters. This event has prolonged power outage written all over it here in NW Hunterdon County. Tat, I am about 30 miles east of you, 5 miles north of Clinton -- how much ice do you think we're in for?

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View Postpmgav, on 17 January 2019 - 04:57 PM, said:

Call me alarmist, but I just bought a generator and a pair of space heaters. This event has prolonged power outage written all over it here in NW Hunterdon County. Tat, I am about 30 miles east of you, 5 miles north of Clinton -- how much ice do you think we're in for?
There is the potential for up to 0.50” of ice. As of now that is subject to change based upon the storm track. I was considering a generator but am holding off for now.
Bethlehem, PA is 80 miles west of NYC
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