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    and here in Colorado we have had three weeks and three snowstorms with a total accumulation of about 5 feet in the Front Range. Here we hope that it stays as snow for a bit so we can be drinking it this summer.

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    looks like you guys have found some cold air, but still in the low-mid 40s here. no snow for us but at least you guys might get something frozen. we do have a flood watch though haha.

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    The Conditions image at 6:15 Am is very interesting. 0 degrees F on the summit. And -14 at the base. that is quite a difference.


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    Unusual, but very predictable. This always happens when you have warm air advection. The upper levels warm more easily than low levels. Cold air stays in the valleys and radiational cooling continues, while we saw Mount Washington warming all day yesterday.

    Later this morning when the wind picks up the valleys will quickly recover above Mount Washington.
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    Warm front approaching from the SW today. Good cause of the that warm up on top like Bill said. Again it will change, it is actually lightly snowing here in south central NH dut to the front. this band has held together since last evening in Southeast PA
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    I love the fact we have this type of data available to us now - so easy to get at.
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    Well I dont have much to add so far. At least you guys up there got a good taste of winter.

    The coldest temperature I saw in my backyard over the past few days was -2 on my digital thermometer. I think that was on Wednesday morning around 7am. But still no snow storms this season, and only a mere dusting once or twice from a passing snow shower. Apparently we set a record here in the Lower Hudson Valley with no measureable snowfall so late in the season (dont remember the exact date). And the extended outlook doesnt show much potential into the first week of February. At this point Im just about ready for Spring.

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