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Old 05-21-2013, 05:10 PM
 
Location: Vermont, grew up in Colorado and California
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Thunderstorms on the way

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Old 05-21-2013, 06:27 PM
 
Location: Near the Coast SWCT
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Squall line entering Vermont. Yellow shade is Thunderstorm Watches. Yellow outline are warnings.

Temp and Radar map.

There was a confirmed Tornado south of Albany today. Hail and wind damage in CT as well.

Be safe! Hope you all get free text alerts sent to your phone. Its always nice to have the heads up.

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Old 05-21-2013, 06:45 PM
 
Location: Vermont / NEK
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Seeing a few flashes and hearing some thunder right now in North Troy.
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Old 05-21-2013, 07:49 PM
 
Location: Near the Coast SWCT
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Strong squall line in NY about to enter southern VT. heads up. Good Old Spring nighttime storm
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Old 05-21-2013, 10:18 PM
 
Location: Vermont / NEK
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We ended up with a nice rain out of the whole deal and not much atmospheric excitement. Saw a few hay fields today that are ready to be cropped, but it's going to be unsettled weather for awhile. Maybe next week.
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Old 05-22-2013, 05:22 PM
 
Location: Near the Coast SWCT
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Big chill coming this weekend! Maybe some mountain snows!

GFS a bit coco for coco flakes.

Here's what BTV says.

SATURDAY: DECENT AMOUNT OF VARIABILITY IN THE MODELS. NAM PUSHES
THE TROUGH AND LOW PRESSURE OUT THE QUICKEST AND WOULD FEATURE A
PRETTY DRY DAY, WHILE 12Z GFS AND 00Z EURO ARE PRETTY SIMILAR
FEATURING A "BATTEN DOWN THE HATCHES" WET DAY AS THEY HOLD BACK
THE TROF AND LOW THE LONGEST. THIS SOLUTION WOULD FEATURE A SLUG
OF HEAVY RAIN
, PROBABLY ACROSS VERMONT -- AND THIS COULD RESULT
IN FLOODING ISSUES. 00Z GFS ENSEMBLES ARE A BIT QUICKER, BUT
STILL FEATURE PRECIPITATION FOR THE DAY. GIVEN A BIG OMEGA BLOCK
EXPECTED TO FORM OVER THE ATLANTIC, THAT MEANS EVERYTHING WILL
SLOW DOWN. THUS FEEL THE FAST NAM NEEDS TO BE DISCARDED, BUT THE
GFS/EURO COMBO MIGHT BE A LITTLE SLOW. AT THE END OF MY THOUGHT
PROCESS THOUGH, FELT IT NECESSARY TO INCREASE POPS -- WITH THE
BEST CHANCE ACROSS VERMONT WHERE IT WILL BE CLOSER TO THE LOW OFF
THE COAST. ST LAWRENCE VALLEY SHOULD REMAIN DRY AND A LITTLE BIT
OF LIGHT RAIN COULD COME BACK TO THE `DACKS. WITH ALL THE CLOUDS
AND COLD AIR WITH THE ASSOCIATED TROUGH, TEMPERATURES WILL BE
WELL BELOW NORMAL, 50S IN THE VALLEYS AND 40S IN THE HIGHER
TERRAIN. GONNA BE A DAMP/DREARY DAY
. ADDING TO THE MISERY WILL BE
SOME BREEZY CONDITIONS. NORTH/NORTHWEST WINDS SHOULD GUST UPWARDS
OF 25 MPH. COME SATURDAY NIGHT, COLDER AIR ALOFT COULD RESULT IN
A LITTLE BIT OF SNOW AT ELEVATIONS PRIMARILY ABOVE 2500FT.

SUNDAY: WILL BE A TRANSITION DAY. LOW PRESSURE WILL BE MOVING
TOWARD THE CANADIAN MARITIMES, BUT ENOUGH MOISTURE ROTATING BACK
SO THAT I EXPECT CLOUDS AND LIGHT PRECIPITATION TO CONTINUE,
ESPECIALLY ACROSS EASTERN SECTIONS. HAVE PLACED LOW CHANCE POPS
BACK TO THE CHAMPLAIN VALLEY WITH HIGHER IN EASTERN VERMONT. NEW
YORK SHOULD REMAIN DRY. BY LATE IN THE DAY, CLOUDS SHOULD BE
BREAKING UP FROM WEST TO EAST. WILL BE CHILLY AND CONTINUED
BREEZY. 850MB TEMPERATURES ALOFT WILL BE ON EITHER SIDE OF 0C.
EVEN IN PERFECTLY SUNNY/DRY CONDITIONS, THIS WOULD ONLY SUPPORT
VALLEY HIGHS ABOUT 60F. WITH CLOUDS AND CONTINUED NORTHERLY FLOW,
I SUSPECT LOW 50S WILL BE IT FOR LOWER ELEVATIONS AND 40S IN THE
HIGHER TERRAIN. AGAIN SUNDAY MORNING AT THE HIGHEST SUMMITS, I`M
EXPECTING A LITTLE BIT OF SNOW. MAYBE ACCUMULATING TO 1" OR SO ON
MANSFIELD BY MID-DAY.


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Old 05-24-2013, 11:39 AM
 
Location: Near the Coast SWCT
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You guys ok? Just finding out about this.

A months worth of rains yesterday washed away roads in Vermont!

http://www.ctpost.com/news/article/Some-Vt-roads-flooded-closed-after-heavy-rain-4545611.php

Flash flooding from record-tying rainfalls in parts of northern Vermont closed roads and damaged bridges and culverts that were overwhelmed by the huge volumes of water that fell after a string of thunderstorms crossed the region




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Old 05-24-2013, 11:54 AM
 
Location: Western views of Mansfield/Camels Hump!
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The amount of rain we got last night was intense...our condo has flooded a couple of times in the past, and though things have been done to prevent it from happening again, when I saw the pools of water outside the door I got nervous. I'm not sure how much rain we've gotten the last week but I would think we've caught up by now!
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Old 05-24-2013, 01:16 PM
 
Location: Near the Coast SWCT
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FYI.. Its snowing at 1500' elevations in upstate NY so get ready for maybe some frozen precip. Would love to see some pics and reports! NWS offices want your reports too.

Im thinking 5000+ can see a foot if location is right. Not sure where the heaviest will fall.

BTV

A LONG DURATION RAIN WITH SOME ACCUMULATING MTN SNOW EVENT EXPECTED TODAY THROUGH SUNDAY.

SNOWFALL...STILL HAVING A HARD TIME BELIEVING ACCUMULATING
SNOWFALL IS POSSIBLE ACRS THE MTNS ABOVE 2500 FT ON SAT INTO
SUNDAY. GFS/NAM BUFKIT SOUNDINGS AND ECMWF PROFILES HAVE INDICATED
THIS POTENTIAL FOR THE PAST COUPLE OF DAYS...AS COLDER AIR IS
WRAPPED INTO THE SYSTEM. PROGGED 85H TEMPS DROP BLW 0C BY
TONIGHT...WITH 1000 TO 500MB THICKNESS VALUES BLW 540DAM. THIS
COMBINED WITH SOME COOLING FROM STRONG DYNAMICS WL HELP TO PRODUCE
SOME ACCUMULATING SNOWFALL ACRS THE DACKS AND GREEN MTNS ABOVE
2500FT. WL TRY TO SHOW IN GRIDS...BUT IMPACTS WL BE MINIMAL GIVEN
THE HIGH SNOW LEVELS. THINKING A DUSTING TO SEVERAL INCHES OF
HEAVY WET SNOW WL BE POSSIBLE...WITH 6 INCHES OR SO FOR THE
SUMMITS FROM MT MANSFIELD TO JAY PEAK AND ACRS PARTS OF THE
EASTERN DACKS BY SUNDAY
. BEST CHC FOR ACCUMULATING SNOWFALL WL BE
SATURDAY NIGHT/SUNDAY MORNING.

TEMPS/WINDS...PROGGED 85H TEMPS NEAR 0C...COMBINED WITH PLENTY OF
CLOUDS/PRECIP AND A NORTH WIND WL RESULT IN HIGHS ONLY IN THE M/U 30S
MTNS TO M/U 40S SLV/CPV ON SAT/SUNDAY. THE TRENDS HAVE BEEN COOLER AND
COOLER IN THE GUIDANCE. EXPECT LITTLE CHANGE IN TEMPS ON SAT
NIGHT...WITH PRECIP/CLOUDS...THINKING L/M 30S MTNS TO NEAR 40F CPV/SLV.
EXPECT A COLD/BLUSTERY AND WET DAY ON SUNDAY FOR MARATHON
ACTIVITIES IN BURLINGTON.
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Old 05-24-2013, 02:56 PM
 
Location: Vermont, grew up in Colorado and California
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I'm FREEEEZINNGGGG
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