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Re: New England/Canadian Maritimes Winter 2016-2017

#21 Postby cycloneye » Fri Feb 24, 2017 12:30 pm

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Re: New England/Canadian Maritimes Winter 2016-2017

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Re: New England/Canadian Maritimes Winter 2016-2017

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Re: New England/Canadian Maritimes Winter 2016-2017

#24 Postby Hybridstorm_November2001 » Sat Mar 11, 2017 6:28 pm

Blizzard watches already issued :eek: -

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service New York NY
338 PM EST Sat Mar 11 2017

...Potential for a Major Winter Storm Monday night into
Wednesday...

CTZ007>012-NYZ071>075-078>081-176>179-120900-
/O.NEW.KOKX.BZ.A.0001.170314T0400Z-170315T0400Z/
Northern Middlesex-Northern New London-Southern Fairfield-
Southern New Haven-Southern Middlesex-Southern New London-
Southern Westchester-New York (Manhattan)-Bronx-
Richmond (Staten Island)-Kings (Brooklyn)-Northwestern Suffolk-
Northeastern Suffolk-Southwestern Suffolk-Southeastern Suffolk-
Northern Queens-Northern Nassau-Southern Queens-Southern Nassau-
338 PM EST Sat Mar 11 2017

...BLIZZARD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM LATE MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH
TUESDAY EVENING...

The National Weather Service in Upton has issued a Blizzard
Watch, which is in effect from late Monday night through Tuesday
evening.

* Locations...New York City, Long Island, Southern Westchester,
Southern Fairfield, Southern New Haven, Middlesex, and New
London counties.

* Hazard Types...Snow, and strong and gusty winds.

* Snow Accumulations...12 to 18 inches.

* Timing...Late Monday night through Tuesday evening.

* Impacts...Hazardous travel and potential for power outages due
to moderate to heavy snow and gusty winds.

* Winds...Northeast 20 to 30 mph with gusts 40 to 50 mph.

* Temperatures...In the upper 20s.

* Visibilities...One quarter mile or less at times.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Blizzard Watch means there is a potential for falling and/or
blowing snow with strong winds and extremely poor visibilities.
This can lead to whiteout conditions and make travel very
dangerous.

&&

$$
URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Taunton MA
514 PM EST Sat Mar 11 2017

MAZ015-016-018>021-RIZ006-007-120615-
/O.NEW.KBOX.BZ.A.0002.170314T0900Z-170315T1000Z/
Suffolk MA-Eastern Norfolk MA-Western Plymouth MA-
Eastern Plymouth MA-Southern Bristol MA-Southern Plymouth MA-
Washington RI-Newport RI-
Including the cities of Boston, Quincy, Brockton, Plymouth,
Fall River, New Bedford, Mattapoisett, Narragansett, Westerly,
and Newport
514 PM EST Sat Mar 11 2017

...BLIZZARD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM LATE MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH LATE
TUESDAY NIGHT...

The National Weather Service in Taunton has issued a Blizzard
Watch, which is in effect from late Monday night through late
Tuesday night.

* LOCATIONS...Southern Rhode Island and east coastal Massachusetts
from Boston to Plymouth.

* HAZARD TYPES...Heavy snow, strong winds, and reduced visibility.

* ACCUMULATIONS...Snow accumulation of greater than 6 inches
possible along drifting and blowing snow.

* TIMING...Tuesday and Tuesday night.

* IMPACTS...Rapid snow accumulation as well as blowing and
drifting snow may make many roads impassable. There could also
be scattered power outages.

* WINDS...Northeast 25 to 35 mph with gusts over 50 mph.

* TEMPERATURES...In the upper 20s.

* VISIBILITIES...One quarter mile or less at times.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Blizzard Watch means there is a potential for considerable
falling and/or blowing snow with sustained winds or frequent
gusts over 35 mph, with visibilities below one quarter mile, for
at least 3 hours. Whiteout conditions will be possible, making
travel very dangerous. Be prepared to alter any travel plans.

&&

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Re: New England/Canadian Maritimes Winter 2016-2017

#25 Postby Hybridstorm_November2001 » Sun Mar 12, 2017 12:48 am

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Taunton MA
958 PM EST Sat Mar 11 2017

MAZ015-016-018>021-RIZ006-007-121100-
/O.CON.KBOX.BZ.A.0002.170314T0900Z-170315T1000Z/
Suffolk MA-Eastern Norfolk MA-Western Plymouth MA-
Eastern Plymouth MA-Southern Bristol MA-Southern Plymouth MA-
Washington RI-Newport RI-
Including the cities of Boston, Quincy, Brockton, Plymouth,
Fall River, New Bedford, Mattapoisett, Narragansett, Westerly,
and Newport
958 PM EST Sat Mar 11 2017

...BLIZZARD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM LATE MONDAY NIGHT
THROUGH LATE TUESDAY NIGHT...

* LOCATIONS...Southern Rhode Island and east coastal
Massachusetts from Boston to Plymouth.

* HAZARD TYPES...Heavy snow, strong winds, and reduced
visibility.

* ACCUMULATIONS...Snow accumulation of greater than 6 inches
possible along drifting and blowing snow.

* TIMING...Tuesday and Tuesday night.

* IMPACTS...Rapid snow accumulation as well as blowing and
drifting snow may make many roads impassable. There could also
be scattered power outages.

* WINDS...Northeast 25 to 35 mph with gusts over 50 mph.

* TEMPERATURES...In the upper 20s.

* VISIBILITIES...One quarter mile or less at times.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Blizzard Watch means there is a potential for considerable
falling and/or blowing snow with sustained winds or frequent
gusts over 35 mph, with visibilities below one quarter mile, for
at least 3 hours. Whiteout conditions will be possible, making
travel very dangerous. Be prepared to alter any travel plans.

&&

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Re: New England/Canadian Maritimes Winter 2016-2017

#26 Postby Hybridstorm_November2001 » Sun Mar 12, 2017 10:41 pm

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Caribou ME
1025 PM EDT Sun Mar 12 2017

...Significant winter storm possible Tuesday into Wednesday...

.Low pressure will track northeast from the Mid-Atlantic region
on Tuesday and across the Gulf of Maine on Wednesday.

MEZ010-011-015>017-029>032-131030-
/O.CON.KCAR.WS.A.0007.170314T1600Z-170315T1600Z/
Central Piscataquis-Central Penobscot-Southern Penobscot-
Interior Hancock-Central Washington-Coastal Hancock-
Coastal Washington-Southern Piscataquis-Northern Washington-
Including the cities of Greenville, Monson, Blanchard, Lincoln,
Howland, Springfield, Bangor, Brewer, Orono, Old Town, Amherst,
Aurora, Dedham, Eastbrook, Great Pond, Orland, Calais,
Grand Lake Stream, Wesley, Perry, Princeton, Ellsworth,
Bar Harbor, Bucksport, Castine, Eastport, Machias, Cherryfield,
Dover-Foxcroft, Milo, Guilford, Danforth, Vanceboro,
and Topsfield
1025 PM EDT Sun Mar 12 2017

...WINTER STORM WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM TUESDAY AFTERNOON
THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING...

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...11 to 17 inches.

* LOCATIONS...Central Maine Highlands...Upper Penobscot Valley...
Bangor metropolitan area...and Downeast Maine.

* HAZARD TYPES...Heavy snow.

* TIMING...Noon time Tuesday through noon time Wednesday.

* IMPACTS...Strong winds and heavy snow will lead to blowing
snow...reduced visibility...and hazardous travel conditions.

* WINDS...Northeast 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 35 mph.

* VISIBILITIES...one quarter mile to one half mile or less at
times.

* TEMPERATURES...In the 20s.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Winter Storm Watch means there is a potential for significant
snow...sleet...or ice accumulations that may impact travel.
Continue to monitor the latest forecasts.

&&

$$
URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Caribou ME
1025 PM EDT Sun Mar 12 2017

...Significant winter storm possible Tuesday into Wednesday...

.Low pressure will track northeast from the Mid-Atlantic region
on Tuesday and across the Gulf of Maine on Wednesday.

MEZ001>006-131030-
/O.CON.KCAR.WS.A.0007.170314T2000Z-170315T1600Z/
Northwest Aroostook-Northeast Aroostook-Northern Somerset-
Northern Piscataquis-Northern Penobscot-Southeast Aroostook-
Including the cities of Allagash, Clayton Lake, Madawaska,
Fort Kent, Frenchville, Presque Isle, Caribou, Van Buren,
Mars Hill, Baker Lake, Billy-Jack Depot, Baxter St Park,
Chamberlain Lake, Churchill Dam, Mount Katahdin, Millinocket,
East Millinocket, Patten, Medway, Houlton, Hodgdon, Sherman,
and Smyrna Mills
1025 PM EDT Sun Mar 12 2017

...WINTER STORM WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM TUESDAY AFTERNOON
THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING...

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...12 to 18 inches.

* LOCATIONS...Northern Maine.

* HAZARD TYPES...Heavy snow.

* TIMING...Tuesday afternoon through noon time Wednesday.

* IMPACTS...Strong winds and heavy snow will lead to blowing
snow...reduced visibility...and hazardous travel conditions.

* WINDS...Northeast 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 35 mph.

* VISIBILITIES...one quarter mile to one half mile or less at
times.

* TEMPERATURES...Upper teens to low 20s.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Winter Storm Watch means there is a potential for significant
snow...sleet...or ice accumulations that may impact travel.
Continue to monitor the latest forecasts.

&&

$$
URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Gray ME
959 PM EDT Sun Mar 12 2017

...SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL POSSIBLE TUESDAY INTO WEDNESDAY...

.A strong low pressure system will track up the Northeast coast
on Tuesday and will spread heavy snow into Maine and New
Hampshire Tuesday into Wednesday. Confidence is increasing that
this storm will track somewhere between the 40N/70W benchmark and
Cape Cod...which increases confidence that a good portion of the
forecast area will see greater than 6 inches of snow. The threat
for widespread double digit snowfall continues...and for that
reason winter storm watches remain in effect until there is a
high confidence in forecast snow totals. Near the coast northeast
winds will be gusty...and near-blizzard conditions are possible
for a time Tuesday evening.

MEZ008-009-013-014-020>022-025>028-131000-
/O.CON.KGYX.WS.A.0007.170314T1800Z-170315T2100Z/
Northern Franklin-Central Somerset-Southern Franklin-
Southern Somerset-Androscoggin-Kennebec-Interior Waldo-Sagadahoc-
Lincoln-Knox-Coastal Waldo-
Including the cities of Coburn Gore, Davis, Oquossoc, Rangeley,
Avon, Kingfield, Phillips, New Portland, Brassua, Long Pond,
Moosehead, Pittston Farm, Seboomook, Bingham, Jackman,
Farmington, New Sharon, New Vineyard, Temple, Wilton,
Chesterville, Jay, Athens, Cornville, Skowhegan, Palmyra,
Pittsfield, Embden, Madison, Greene, Lewiston, Sabattus, Wales,
Minot, Turner, Auburn, Livermore Falls, Augusta, Sidney, Windsor,
Vassalboro, Waterville, China, Palermo, Brooks, Jackson, Knox,
Liberty, Montville, Morrill, Waldo, Winterport, Unity, Arrowsic,
Bath, Phippsburg, Bowdoinham, Topsham, Bowdoin, Whitefield,
Dresden, Alna, Bremen, Bristol, Damariscotta, Newcastle,
Boothbay Harbor, Wiscasset, Waldoboro, Owls Head, Rockland,
Appleton, Camden, Hope, Rockport, Thomaston, Belfast, Northport,
Searsmont, and Lincolnville
959 PM EDT Sun Mar 12 2017

...WINTER STORM WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM TUESDAY AFTERNOON
THROUGH WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON...

* HAZARD TYPES...Heavy snow.

* Accumulations...Greater than 6 inches of snow is possible
Tuesday into Wednesday. Confidence is increasing that snowfall
totals will approach double digits over a large portion of the
area...especially southeast of the mountains.

* TIMING...Snow will begin early afternoon Tuesday. The heaviest
snow and most significant impacts are expected Tuesday night.
Snow will taper off Wednesday.

* Temperatures...In the lower 20s.

* Winds...North 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 35 mph.

* IMPACTS...Potentially heavy snow Tuesday into Wednesday may
lead to dangerous travel conditions.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Winter Storm Watch means there is a potential for significant
snow accumulations that may impact travel. Continue to monitor
the latest forecasts.

&&

$$
URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Gray ME
959 PM EDT Sun Mar 12 2017

...SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL POSSIBLE TUESDAY INTO WEDNESDAY...

.A strong low pressure system will track up the Northeast coast
on Tuesday and will spread heavy snow into Maine and New
Hampshire Tuesday into Wednesday. Confidence is increasing that
this storm will track somewhere between the 40N/70W benchmark and
Cape Cod...which increases confidence that a good portion of the
forecast area will see greater than 6 inches of snow. The threat
for widespread double digit snowfall continues...and for that
reason winter storm watches remain in effect until there is a
high confidence in forecast snow totals. Near the coast northeast
winds will be gusty...and near-blizzard conditions are possible
for a time Tuesday evening.

MEZ007-012-018-019-023-024-NHZ001>015-131000-
/O.CON.KGYX.WS.A.0007.170314T1200Z-170316T0000Z/
Northern Oxford-Southern Oxford-Interior York-Interior Cumberland-
Coastal York-Coastal Cumberland-Northern Coos-Southern Coos-
Northern Grafton-Northern Carroll-Southern Grafton-
Southern Carroll-Sullivan-Merrimack-Belknap-Strafford-Cheshire-
Eastern Hillsborough-Interior Rockingham-Coastal Rockingham-
Western And Central Hillsborough-
Including the cities of Upton, Wilsons Mills, Andover, Byron,
Middle Dam, Roxbury, South Arm, Bethel, Bryant Pond, Hanover,
Locke Mills, Milton, Newry, Rumford, Norway, Fryeburg, Oxford,
Hollis, Alfred, Lebanon, Sanford, Goodwins Mills, Buxton,
Limington, Berwick, New Gloucester, Gray, North Windham, Gorham,
Bridgton, Biddeford, Saco, Old Orchard Beach, Kittery, Portland,
Cape Elizabeth, South Portland, Westbrook, Yarmouth, Brunswick,
Errol, Millsfield, Colebrook, Berlin, Dummer, Milan, York Pond,
Lancaster, Bethlehem, Lincoln, Littleton, Sugar Hill, Thornton,
Waterville Valley, Woodstock, Jackson, North Conway, Albany,
Conway, Chatham, Crawford Notch, Lyme, Ashland, Ellsworth,
Holderness, Plymouth, Rumney, Wakefield, Bridgewater, Brookfield,
Ossipee, Tuftonboro, Wolfeboro, Moultonborough, Claremont,
Cornish, Unity, Croydon, Goshen, Grantham, Lempster, Newport,
Charlestown, Boscawen, Canterbury, Concord, Dunbarton, Loudon,
Hooksett, Laconia, Gilford, Meredith, Barrington, Rochester,
Dover, Rollinsford, Somersworth, Durham, Madbury, Gilsum, Keene,
Marlow, Sullivan, Surry, Jaffrey, Manchester, Pelham, Nashua,
Salem, Atkinson, Newton, Plaistow, Chester, Derry, Hampstead,
Exeter, Greenland, Portsmouth, Rye, Hampton, Hampton Falls,
North Hampton, Seabrook, Amherst, Milford, Mont Vernon,
Goffstown, Peterborough, Sharon, and Weare
959 PM EDT Sun Mar 12 2017

...WINTER STORM WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM TUESDAY MORNING
THROUGH WEDNESDAY EVENING...

* HAZARD TYPES...Heavy snow.

* Accumulations...Greater than 6 inches of snow is possible
Tuesday into Wednesday. Confidence is increasing that snowfall
totals will approach double digits over a large portion of the
area...especially southeast of the mountains.

* TIMING...Snow will begin Tuesday morning. The heaviest snow
and most significant impacts are expected Tuesday night. Snow
will taper off Wednesday.

* Temperatures...In the lower 20s.

* Winds...North 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 35 mph.

* IMPACTS...Potentially heavy snow Tuesday into Wednesday may
lead to dangerous travel conditions.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Winter Storm Watch means there is a potential for significant
snow accumulations that may impact travel. Continue to monitor
the latest forecasts.

&&

$$
URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Burlington VT
323 PM EDT Sun Mar 12 2017

NYZ026>031-034-035-087-VTZ001>012-016>019-130900-
/O.CON.KBTV.WS.A.0003.170314T1100Z-170316T0000Z/
Northern St. Lawrence-Northern Franklin-Eastern Clinton-
Southeastern St. Lawrence-Southern Franklin-Western Clinton-
Western Essex-Eastern Essex-Southwestern St. Lawrence-Grand Isle-
Western Franklin-Orleans-Essex-Western Chittenden-Lamoille-
Caledonia-Washington-Western Addison-Orange-Western Rutland-
Windsor-Eastern Franklin-Eastern Chittenden-Eastern Addison-
Eastern Rutland-
Including the cities of Massena, Malone, Plattsburgh, Star Lake,
Saranac Lake, Tupper Lake, Dannemora, Lake Placid, Port Henry,
Ticonderoga, Ogdensburg, Potsdam, Gouverneur, Alburgh,
South Hero, St. Albans, Newport, Island Pond, Burlington,
Johnson, Stowe, St. Johnsbury, Montpelier, Middlebury, Vergennes,
Bradford, Randolph, Rutland, Springfield, White River Junction,
Enosburg Falls, Richford, Underhill, Bristol, Ripton,
East Wallingford, and Killington
323 PM EDT Sun Mar 12 2017

...WINTER STORM WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM TUESDAY MORNING
THROUGH WEDNESDAY EVENING...

A Winter Storm Watch remains in effect from Tuesday morning
through Wednesday evening.

* Hazard Types...Heavy Snow.

* Accumulations...Generally 6 to 12 inches across northern New
York, and 8 to 14 inches across central and northern Vermont.

* Maximum Snowfall Rate...1 to 2 inches per hour, mainly Tuesday
afternoon through evening.

* Timing...The snow is expected to develop Tuesday morning, and
possibly become heavy at times Tuesday afternoon through Tuesday
night. An extended period of steady light snow may continue
through Wednesday. The Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning
commutes are expected to be especially difficult.

* Locations...Northern New York and Central and Northern Vermont

* Impacts...Hazardous winter driving conditions due to snow
covered roads, low visibility, and blowing and drifting snow.

* Winds...North 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 35 mph, highest on
Wednesday.

* Temperatures...Lows 10 to 15 above. Highs in the lower 20s.

* Visibilities...Down to one quarter mile or less at times.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Winter Storm Watch means there is a potential for significant
snow accumulations that may impact travel. Continue to monitor
the latest forecasts.

Please stay tuned to NOAA Weather Radio, your local media, or go
to www.weather.gov/Burlington for further updates on this weather
situation.

&&

$$

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URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Taunton MA
925 PM EDT Sun Mar 12 2017

MAZ005>007-013>021-RIZ002>007-130930-
/O.CON.KBOX.WS.W.0005.170314T0900Z-170314T1700Z/
/O.CON.KBOX.BZ.A.0002.170314T1700Z-170315T0600Z/
Central Middlesex MA-Western Essex MA-Eastern Essex MA-
Western Norfolk MA-Southeast Middlesex MA-Suffolk MA-
Eastern Norfolk MA-Northern Bristol MA-Western Plymouth MA-
Eastern Plymouth MA-Southern Bristol MA-Southern Plymouth MA-
Southeast Providence RI-Western Kent RI-Eastern Kent RI-
Bristol RI-Washington RI-Newport RI-
Including the cities of Framingham, Lowell, Lawrence, Gloucester,
Foxborough, Norwood, Cambridge, Boston, Quincy, Taunton,
Brockton, Plymouth, Fall River, New Bedford, Mattapoisett,
Providence, Coventry, West Greenwich, East Greenwich, Warwick,
West Warwick, Bristol, Narragansett, Westerly, and Newport
925 PM EDT Sun Mar 12 2017

...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 5 AM TO 1 PM EDT
TUESDAY...
...BLIZZARD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM TUESDAY AFTERNOON
THROUGH LATE TUESDAY NIGHT...

* LOCATIONS...Eastern Massachusetts as well as central and
southern Rhode Island.

* HAZARD TYPES...Heavy snow and the potential for blizzard
conditions.

* ACCUMULATIONS...Snow accumulation of 12 to 18 inches with a
low risk for isolated amounts up to 2 feet across northeast MA.

* TIMING...Snow overspreads most of the region between 4 and 8
am Tuesday morning. The snow will quickly become heavy with 2
to 4 inch per hour snowfall rates possible at times through
Tuesday afternoon. The heavy snow will taper off to snow
showers Tuesday night.

* IMPACTS...Heavy snow, poor visibility and strong winds will
make for extremely hazardous travel. Strong winds will bring
the potential for blizzard conditions and near white-out
conditions at times. Considerable blowing and drifting snow is
also expected and many roads may become impassable. The strong
winds will also bring the risk for scattered tree damage and
power outages... especially near the coast.

* WINDS...North 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 55 mph.

* VISIBILITIES...One quarter mile or less at times.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Blizzard Watch means there is a potential for considerable
falling and/or blowing snow with sustained winds or frequent
gusts over 35 mph, with visibilities below one quarter mile, for
at least 3 hours. Whiteout conditions will be possible, making
travel very dangerous. Be prepared to alter any travel plans.

A Winter Storm Warning is issued when an average snowfall of
6 inches or more is expected within a 12 hour period, or for
8 inches or more in a 24 hour period. Travel will be slow at best
on well treated surfaces, and quite difficult on untreated
surfaces. Only travel in an emergency. If you must travel, keep
an extra flashlight, food, and water in your vehicle in case of
an emergency.

&&

$$
URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Taunton MA
925 PM EDT Sun Mar 12 2017

CTZ002>004-MAZ002>004-008>012-026-RIZ001-130930-
/O.CON.KBOX.WS.W.0005.170314T0900Z-170315T0600Z/
Hartford CT-Tolland CT-Windham CT-Western Franklin MA-
Eastern Franklin MA-Northern Worcester MA-Western Hampshire MA-
Western Hampden MA-Eastern Hampshire MA-Eastern Hampden MA-
Southern Worcester MA-Northern Middlesex MA-
Northwest Providence RI-
Including the cities of Hartford, Windsor Locks, Union, Vernon,
Putnam, Willimantic, Charlemont, Greenfield, Orange, Barre,
Fitchburg, Chesterfield, Blandford, Amherst, Northampton,
Springfield, Milford, Worcester, Ayer, Foster, and Smithfield
925 PM EDT Sun Mar 12 2017

...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 5 AM TUESDAY TO
2 AM EDT WEDNESDAY...

* LOCATIONS...Western and Central Massachusetts, northern
Connecticut as well as northwest Rhode Island.

* HAZARD TYPES...Heavy snow.

* ACCUMULATIONS...Snow accumulation of 12 to 18 inches with the
low risk for isolated amounts up to two feet.

* TIMING...Snow overspreads most of the region between 4 and 8
am Tuesday morning. The snow will quickly become heavy with 2
to 4 inch per hour snowfall rates possible at times through
Tuesday afternoon. The heavy snow will taper off to snow
showers Tuesday night.

* IMPACTS...The heavy snow will make many roads impassable and
strong wind gusts may result in poor visibility along with
considerable blowing and drifting snow.

* WINDS...North 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 45 mph.

* VISIBILITIES...One quarter mile or less at times.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Winter Storm Warning is issued when an average snowfall of
6 inches or more is expected within a 12 hour period, or for
8 inches or more in a 24 hour period. Travel will be slow at best
on well treated surfaces, and quite difficult on untreated
surfaces. Only travel in an emergency. If you must travel, keep
an extra flashlight, food, and water in your vehicle in case of
an emergency.

&&

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URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Albany NY
716 PM EDT Sun Mar 12 2017

CTZ001-013-MAZ001-025-NYZ038>040-047>054-058>061-063>066-082-
131000-
/O.CON.KALY.WS.W.0003.170314T0400Z-170316T0000Z/
Northern Litchfield-Southern Litchfield-Northern Berkshire-
Southern Berkshire-Southern Herkimer-Southern Fulton-Montgomery-
Schoharie-Western Schenectady-Eastern Schenectady-
Southern Saratoga-Western Albany-Eastern Albany-
Western Rensselaer-Eastern Rensselaer-Western Greene-
Eastern Greene-Western Columbia-Eastern Columbia-Western Ulster-
Eastern Ulster-Western Dutchess-Eastern Dutchess-Northern Fulton-
Including the cities of Torrington, Oakville, Gaylordsville,
New Milford, Terryville, Thomaston, Dalton, Hancock, Pittsfield,
Florida, North Adams, Sandisfield, Great Barrington,
South Egremont, Ilion, Herkimer, Little Falls, Mohawk, Frankfort,
Dolgeville, Gloversville, Johnstown, Amsterdam, Cobleskill,
Breakabeen, Gilboa, Livingstonville, Middleburgh, North Blenheim,
Jefferson, Mariaville, Delanson, Duanesburg, Schenectady,
Rotterdam, Burnt Hills, Ballston Spa, Mechanicville,
Clifton Park, Waterford, Westerlo, Altamont, Berne, Knox,
Preston Hollow, Albany, Troy, Berlin, Eagle Bridge,
Hoosick Falls, Stephentown, Hunter, Tannersville, Windham,
Prattsville, Catskill, Coxsackie, Athens, Cairo,
Jefferson Heights, Hudson, New Lebanon, Ellenville, Woodstock,
West Hurley, West Shokan, Kerhonkson, Napanoch, Sundown,
Kingston, New Paltz, Poughkeepsie, Beacon, Arlington, Pawling,
Wingdale, Dover Plains, Millbrook, Stanfordville, Pine Plains,
Amenia, and Caroga Lake
716 PM EDT Sun Mar 12 2017

...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT MONDAY
NIGHT TO 8 PM EDT WEDNESDAY...

* LOCATIONS...Litchfield Hills of Connecticut, the Berkshires of
Massachusetts, and the Mohawk Valley, northern Fulton County,
Greater Capital Region, Mid Hudson Valley, Taconics, and
eastern Catskills of New York.

* HAZARD TYPES...Heavy snowfall.

* Accumulations...Snow accumulation of 10 to 18 inches.

* TIMING...Snowfall will spread southwest to northeast across the
warning area from between midnight Monday night to just before
daybreak Tuesday morning. Snow will become heavy during the
day Tuesday before diminishing Tuesday night. Lighter snowfall
may linger late Tuesday night into Wednesday.

* IMPACTS...The combination of low visibility and slippery
roadways due to heavy snowfall will result in dangerous travel
conditions. Gusty winds will result in areas of blowing and
drifting snow.

* Winds...North 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 30 mph.

* Visibilities...Less than one mile, occasionally a quarter mile
or less on Tuesday.

* Temperatures...Mainly in the 20s Tuesday and Wednesday,
falling into the teens Tuesday night.

* Snowfall rates...One to three inches per hour is likely at
times Tuesday.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Winter Storm Warning for heavy snow means severe winter weather
conditions are expected or occurring. Significant amounts of
snow are forecast that will make travel dangerous. Only travel in
an emergency. If you must travel...keep an extra flashlight...
food...and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency.

&&

$$
URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service New York NY
412 PM EDT Sun Mar 12 2017

...Major Winter Storm Monday night into Tuesday night...

CTZ005-006-NJZ002-004-103-105-107-NYZ067>070-131000-
/O.UPG.KOKX.WS.A.0003.170314T0400Z-170315T0400Z/
/O.NEW.KOKX.WS.W.0004.170314T0400Z-170315T0400Z/
Northern Fairfield-Northern New Haven-Western Passaic-
Eastern Passaic-Western Bergen-Western Essex-Western Union-Orange-
Putnam-Rockland-Northern Westchester-
412 PM EDT Sun Mar 12 2017

...WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT MONDAY NIGHT TO
MIDNIGHT EDT TUESDAY NIGHT...

The National Weather Service in Upton has issued a Winter Storm
Warning for heavy snow, which is in effect from midnight Monday
night to midnight EDT Tuesday night. The Winter Storm Watch is no
longer in effect.

* Accumulations...Snow accumulation of 12 to 18 inches.

* Locations...Portions of northeastern New Jersey, Orange,
Putnam, Rockland, Northern Westchester, Northern Fairfield, and
Northern New Haven counties.

* Hazard Types...Heavy Snow.

* Snow Accumulations...12 to 18 inches.

* Timing...Late Monday night through Tuesday evening.

* Impacts...Hazardous travel and potential for power outages.

* Winds...Northeast 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 40 mph.

* Temperatures...In the mid to upper 20s.

* Visibilities...One quarter mile or less at times.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Winter Storm Warning for Heavy Snow means severe winter weather
conditions are expected or occurring. Significant amounts of snow
are forecast that will make travel dangerous. Only travel in an
emergency. If you must travel...keep an extra flashlight...food...
and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency.

&&

$$

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Taunton MA
925 PM EDT Sun Mar 12 2017

CTZ002>004-MAZ002>004-008>012-026-RIZ001-130930-
/O.CON.KBOX.WS.W.0005.170314T0900Z-170315T0600Z/
Hartford CT-Tolland CT-Windham CT-Western Franklin MA-
Eastern Franklin MA-Northern Worcester MA-Western Hampshire MA-
Western Hampden MA-Eastern Hampshire MA-Eastern Hampden MA-
Southern Worcester MA-Northern Middlesex MA-
Northwest Providence RI-
Including the cities of Hartford, Windsor Locks, Union, Vernon,
Putnam, Willimantic, Charlemont, Greenfield, Orange, Barre,
Fitchburg, Chesterfield, Blandford, Amherst, Northampton,
Springfield, Milford, Worcester, Ayer, Foster, and Smithfield
925 PM EDT Sun Mar 12 2017

...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 5 AM TUESDAY TO
2 AM EDT WEDNESDAY...

* LOCATIONS...Western and Central Massachusetts, northern
Connecticut as well as northwest Rhode Island.

* HAZARD TYPES...Heavy snow.

* ACCUMULATIONS...Snow accumulation of 12 to 18 inches with the
low risk for isolated amounts up to two feet.

* TIMING...Snow overspreads most of the region between 4 and 8
am Tuesday morning. The snow will quickly become heavy with 2
to 4 inch per hour snowfall rates possible at times through
Tuesday afternoon. The heavy snow will taper off to snow
showers Tuesday night.

* IMPACTS...The heavy snow will make many roads impassable and
strong wind gusts may result in poor visibility along with
considerable blowing and drifting snow.

* WINDS...North 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 45 mph.

* VISIBILITIES...One quarter mile or less at times.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Winter Storm Warning is issued when an average snowfall of
6 inches or more is expected within a 12 hour period, or for
8 inches or more in a 24 hour period. Travel will be slow at best
on well treated surfaces, and quite difficult on untreated
surfaces. Only travel in an emergency. If you must travel, keep
an extra flashlight, food, and water in your vehicle in case of
an emergency.

&&

$$
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Re: New England/Canadian Maritimes Winter 2016-2017

#27 Postby Hybridstorm_November2001 » Sun Mar 12, 2017 10:43 pm

9:45 PM ADT Sunday 12 March 2017
Special weather statement in effect for:

Fredericton and Southern York County
An intense low pressure system will track towards the Maritimes on Tuesday. Snow, blowing snow and high winds are expected to begin late Tuesday over New Brunswick and persist into Wednesday. Snow could possibly change over to rain on Wednesday for southernmost sections of the province. It is too early to pinpoint exact snowfall amounts but current indications suggest amounts of 15 to 30 centimetres are possible with this system.

Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to ec.weatheraspc.ec@canada.ca or tweet reports using #NBStorm.

9:46 PM ADT Sunday 12 March 2017
Special weather statement in effect for:

Halifax Metro and Halifax County West
An intense low pressure system will track towards the Maritimes on Tuesday. Snow, blowing snow and high winds are expected to begin Tuesday afternoon over Nova Scotia with a likely change over to rain Tuesday night before ending later in the night. Snowfall amounts could possibly reach warning criteria of 15 centimetres.

In addition, higher than normal water levels and rough pounding surf is possible Tuesday evening during high tide for southwestern sections of the Atlantic coast. Minor coastal flooding is possible.

Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to ec.weatheraspc.ec@canada.ca or tweet reports using #NSStorm.

9:47 PM ADT Sunday 12 March 2017
Special weather statement in effect for:

Queens County P.E.I.
An intense low pressure system will track towards the Maritimes on Tuesday. Snow, blowing snow and high winds are expected to begin late Tuesday afternoon or early evening over Prince Edward Island and is likely to change over to rain Tuesday night before ending later in the night but could persist into Wednesday morning. Current indications suggest snowfall amounts of near 15 centimetres are possible with this system.

Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to ec.weatheraspc.ec@canada.ca or tweet reports using #PEStorm.
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Re: New England/Canadian Maritimes Winter 2016-2017

#28 Postby Nimbus » Mon Mar 13, 2017 5:33 pm

Looks like an extremely intense low south of New York City with enough pressure gradient to produce blizzard conditions at least short term. The storms that went into the history books for precipitation totals stalled for at least a day though.

Certainly a lot of media hype before this one regardless.
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Re: New England/Canadian Maritimes Winter 2016-2017

#29 Postby Hybridstorm_November2001 » Wed Mar 15, 2017 5:22 pm

STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 10 FOR UPPER MIDWEST TO NORTHEAST WINTER STORM
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD
500 PM EDT WED MAR 15 2017

...SNOW SHOWERS EXPECTED TO GRADUALLY TAPER OFF TONIGHT AND EARLY
THURSDAY MORNING ACROSS THE NORTHEAST AND NORTHERN MID-ATLANTIC...


WINTER STORM WARNINGS AND WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES ARE IN EFFECT
FOR PORTIONS OF THE CENTRAL APPALACHIANS...NORTHERN
MID-ATLANTIC...LOWER GREAT LAKES...AND NORTHEAST.

WIND ADVISORIES ARE IN EFFECT FOR PORTIONS OF THE MID-ATLANTIC
REGION.

FOR A DETAILED GRAPHICAL DEPICTION OF THE LATEST
WATCHES...WARNINGS AND ADVISORIES...PLEASE SEE WWW.WEATHER.GOV

AT 400 PM EDT...A SURFACE LOW WITH A CENTRAL PRESSURE OF 986
MB...29.12 INCHES...WAS LOCATED OVER NORTHERN MAINE NEAR THE
BORDER WITH CANADA. AN OCCLUDED FRONTAL SYSTEM STRETCHED
NORTHEASTWARD FROM THIS LOW INTO SOUTHEASTERN CANADA. NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE RADARS AND SURFACE OBSERVATIONS INDICATED AREAS OF
LIGHT SNOW FALLING FROM THE LOWER GREAT LAKES TO THE NORTHERN
MID-ATLANTIC AND NEW ENGLAND. STRONG WINDS WERE BEGINNING TO
SUBSIDE, BUT SUSTAINED WINDS OF 15 TO 25 MPH WITH GUSTS IN EXCESS
OF 30 MPH WERE REPORTED ACROSS THE NORTHEASTERN U.S.

...SELECTED STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL IN INCHES FROM 100 AM EDT MON MAR
13 THROUGH 400 PM EDT WED MAR 15...

...CONNECTICUT...
MIDDLETOWN 21.0
NORFOLK 20.0
BURLINGTON 19.5
SOUTHINGTON 18.5
NORTH GRANBY 18.0
NEW HARTFORD 17.5
TACONIC 16.5
SIMSBURY 16.3
AVON 16.0
WINDSOR LOCKS 1 WNW 15.7
WEST HARTFORD 15.0
WINSTED 15.0
SOMERS 13.5
STAFFORDVILLE 13.5
TOLLAND 13.0
DANBURY 10.5

...MASSACHUSETTS...
GRANVILLE 21.5
HUNTINGTON 20.0
WILLIAMSTOWN 19.0
SOUTHWICK 18.0
LUNENBURG 16.1
HUBBARDSTON 16.0
TOWNSEND 15.8
MONTEREY 15.0
WEST SPRINGFIELD 14.5
WORCESTER 14.4
LANESBOROUGH 14.0
HANCOCK 13.0
LENOX 13.0
PITTSFIELD 13.0
MIDDLEFIELD 12.0
EAST BOSTON 1 N 6.6

...MAINE...
LISBON FALLS 1 ENE 22.0
BRIDGTON 21.5
NORTH WATERBORO 1 NE 21.0
STEEP FALLS 3 WSW 19.2
AUBURN 1 NW 19.0
RANDOLPH 19.0
NEW GLOUCESTER 18.1
COMSTOCK 14 WNW 18.0
EUSTIS 18.0
KINGSBURY 2 SSE 18.0
SAINT PAMPHILE 2 NW 18.0
ST. JUSTE 1 SSW 18.0
PORTLAND-N DEERING 17.5
GRAY NWS OFFICE 16.6
HARMONY 3 SSE 16.0
NEWCASTLE 1 SSE 15.5
BANGOR 2 W 14.5
CARIBOU NWS OFFICE 12.5
HAMPDEN 12.0

...MICHIGAN...
ISHPEMING 5.6 NNW 7.8
NATIONAL CITY 4.5 NNE 6.8
MIKADO 6.0
YPSILANTI 3 S 6.0
BERKLEY 5.7
ANN ARBOR 3 SE 5.3
WYANDOTTE 5.3
ROMULUS-DETROIT METRO ARPT 5.0
DEARBORN 4.5
BELLEVILLE 5 S 4.0
JACKSON 4 WSW 3.0
MATTAWAN 2.8
EAST GRAND RAPIDS 2.4
KENTWOOD 3 ENE 2.4

...NEW HAMPSHIRE...
STRATHAM 2 ESE 23.6
NEWBURY 2 NW 21.5
RANDOLPH 1 NE 21.5
NORTHFIELD 3 E 21.2
EAST WAKEFIELD 1 SE 21.0
MADISON 1 N 20.0
NOTTINGHAM 19.0
LACONIA 18.0
MILAN 18.0
RANDOLPH 1 NW 17.8
NORTH BROOKLIN 3 SSW 17.3
CANTERBURY 3 SSW 17.0
WEST UNITY 1 E 17.0
BRISTOL 1 NNW 16.6
NEW BOSTON 2 S 15.7
CONCORD ASOS 15.6
MANCHESTER ASOS 11.7

...NEW JERSEY...
VERNON 20.3
HACKETTSTOWN 20.0
WANTAGE 19.8
SUSSEX 17.5
WEST MILFORD 15.8
RINGWOOD 14.0
GREEN POND 13.5
MAWAH 13.0
KINNELON 12.8
OAKLAND 2 SSE 11.5
RIDGEWOOD 11.5
BEDMINSTER TWP 3 ESE 10.0
READINGTON TWP 8.7
MONTAGUE TWP 2.7 WNW 8.4
HOBOKEN 8.1
NEWARK ARPT 6.7
MOUNT HOLLY WFO 5.3

...NEW YORK...
WEST WINFIELD 42.0
BRIDGEWATER 1 ENE 41.0
HUNTER 38.0
OXFORD 0.8 NNW 37.0
ENDWELL 36.2
ILION 36.0
AU SABLE FORKS 35.0
WURTSBORO 0.2 SSW 35.0
GABRIELS 34.3
SARANAC LAKE 6.2 N 34.3
JEFFERSON 34.0
LEONARDSVILLE 34.0
PLYMOUTH 34.0
RUTH 34.0
ONEONTA 33.4
WEST SHOKAN 33.0
FISHS EDDY 32.3
KEENE VALLEY 3 NE 32.0
LAKE PLACID 32.0
BINGHAMTON REG ARPT 31.9
ENDICOTT 31.4
EAGLE BAY 2 ENE 31.0
MASONVILLE 1 W 31.0
ALTONA 30.0
CANAJOHARIE 30.0
NORWICH 30.0
MIDDLEBURGH 28.0
TIOGA TERRACE 28.0
LOCKPORT 1 NE 27.3
ROCHESTER AIRPORT 26.3
AUSTERLITZ 26.0
KNOX 24.0
ALBANY 1 W 21.0
BRONX 10.0
NYC/LA GUARDIA 7.4

...OHIO...
MONTVILLE 1.2 SSE 12.5
GENEVA 7 S 12.0
PIERPOINT 2 SE 10.2
KENT 3.6 NE 10.0
MANTUA 1 NNW 10.0
THOMPSON TWP 8.9
FARMINGTON 7.5
PAINESVILLE 5.5
CANTON 4.0
GIBSONBURG 3.3
BOWLING GREEN 3.0
TOLEDO-PT PLACE 3.0
OAK HARBOR 2.5
PERRYSBURG 2.5

...PENNSYLVANIA...
OAKLAND 34.5
WYALUSING 2.8 SSW 33.0
WILKES-BARRE 5.2 SE 32.5
SUSQUEHANNA 32.3
HONESDALE 31.0
RANSOM 31.0
FALLS 30.4
DAMASCUS 30.0
JUSTUS 30.0
TREVORTON 29.0
STANFORDVILLE 0.4 SE 28.7
MCADOO 27.0
WAYMART 27.0
CLARKS SUMMIT 26.0
DURYEA 25.8
DINGMANS FERRY 24.3
MOUNT CARMEL 24.0
MOUNT POCONO 24.0
ORANGEVILLE 3 E 23.0
ASHLAND 21.0
WILLIAMSPORT REGIONAL ARPT 17.3
HARRISBURG INTL ARPT 17.0
TOWANDA 4.6 NNE 17.0
YORK SPRINGS 15.5
NEW TRIPOLI 14.5
PHILADELPHIA INTL ARPT 6.0

...RHODE ISLAND...
BURRILLVILLE 13.0
HARRISVILLE 11.5
NORTH FOSTER 11.5
N CUMBERLAND 9.3
COVENTRY 9.0
RICHMOND 6.0
PROVIDENCE 2 NE 5.5
WARREN 5.0

...VERMONT...
WOODFORD 35.0
JAY 34.0
WESTFORD 2 NW 32.0
ESSEX JUNCTION 1 NE 30.5
FAIRFAX 30.0
JEFFERSONVILLE 30.0
NASHVILLE 1 E 29.0
WILLISTON 2 NNW 27.0
BRISTOL 26.0
HYDE PARK 26.0
SOUTH BURLINGTON 1 NE 25.9
SALISBURY 25.8
ROCHESTER 24.0
ST. ALBANS 24.0
WALDEN 24.0
RANDOLPH CENTER 23.0
PITTSFORD 2 SSE 22.0
LANDGROVE 21.5

...WEST VIRGINIA...
SE OMPS 9.0
SHORT GAP 2 ENE 8.5
MARTINSBURG 2 E 8.3
CANAAN HEIGHTS 8.0
FALLING WATERS 2.4 NW 8.0
WARDENSVILLE 3 E 8.0
CHARLES TOWN 2.9 NE 7.1
RIG 0.4 NW 6.9
HALLTOWN 2 W 6.5
PETERSBURG 5.5
HENDRICKS 5.0
FALLING WATERS 2 NW 4.0
MAXWELTON 1 SSE 3.0
QUINWOOD 2.5
PARSONS 2.0
RUPERT 2 ESE 2.0

...SELECTED PEAK WIND GUSTS IN MILES PER HOUR EARLIER IN THE
EVENT...

...CONNECTICUT...
MYSTIC 4 ESE 58
GROTON AIRPORT 54
SAUGATUCK SHORES 50
BRIDGEPORT AIRPORT 48
WATERBURY AIRPORT 48

...DELAWARE...
DOVER AIR FORCE BASE 60

...MASSACHUSETTS...
PLUM ISLAND 77
WEST ISLAND 64
BARNSTABLE 63
BRADFORD 61
MILFORD 61
ROCKPORT 60
NANTUCKET 2 ESE 58

...MAINE...
EASTPORT 68
WINTER HARBOR 4 SSE 66
BAR HARBOR 59
CARIBOU 59
PORTLAND JETPORT 59
JONESPORT 21 SE 58
BROOKSVILLE 6 WNW 54
LEEDS 1 W 49
GRAY NWS OFFICE 47
BANGOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 45

...NEW HAMPSHIRE...
NEWINGTON 2 SE 62
LINCOLN 1 NW 49
NORTHFIELD 1 W 49
SANBORNTON 2 W 46
LACONIA MUNICIPAL ARPT 45

...NEW JERSEY...
SEASIDE HEIGHTS 65
TUCKERTON 62
LONG BRANCH 13 SSW 57
ATLANTIC CITY INTL ARPT 47
NEWARK AIRPORT 44

...NEW YORK...
EATONS NECK 62
HAMPTON BAYS 3 SE 62
WESTHAMPTON AIRPORT 60
JACKSON HEIGHTS 1 S 53
POINT LOOKOUT 1 E 51

...PENNSYLVANIA...
READING 7 NE 56
POCONO MOUNTAINS MUN ARPT 53

...RHODE ISLAND...
NEWPORT 55

...VERMONT...
MOUNT MANSFIELD 59
VERGENNES 1 SSE 51

...SELECTED STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL IN INCHES WHERE THE EVENT HAS
ENDED...

...ARKANSAS...
CALICO ROCK 2 WSW 2.0
POCAHONTAS 1.5
GAITHER 1.0
CLOVER BEND 0.5
MOUNTAIN HOME 0.5
MOUNTAIN VIEW 0.5
OMAHA 1 S 0.5

...WASHINGTON DC...
NATIONAL ZOO 1 WSW 3.1
THE WHITE HOUSE 2.5

...DELAWARE...
PIKE CREEK 4.4
GREENVILLE 4.3
HOCKESSIN 4.2
NEWARK 5.3 N 4.0
WILMINGTON 5 N 2.0

...IOWA...
RINGSTED 13.0
WATERLOO 1 W 10.8
HANSELL 10.6
NEW HAMPTON 10.0
PLAINFIELD 10.0
PARIS 1 ESE 9.5
CEDAR FALLS 1 SSE 9.0
READLYN 9.0
EVANSDALE 2 SSW 8.2
BASSETT 2 SSE 8.0

...ILLINOIS...
BURNHAM-HEGEWISCH 1.6 NNW 9.5
BUFFALO GROVE 2 N 9.2
MUNDELEIN 2 WNW 8.9
WAUKEGAN 2 N 8.8
GURNEE 2 W 7.5
COLONA 5.8
ELK GROVE VILLAGE 5.6
CORDOVA 1 SSW 5.5
MOLINE 5.2
GURNEE 5.1
ABINGDON 1 N 5.0
DOWNERS GROVE 0.4 NNE 5.0
MACKINAW 1 N 4.6
LINCOLN 4.5
OHARE AIRPORT 2.5
MIDWAY AIRPORT 3 SW 2.0

...INDIANA...
REMINGTON 0.3 N 5.0
CHESTERTON 4 E 3.0
PORTAGE 3 E 3.0
GARY 5 ENE 2.5
GEORGETOWN 2.5
NAPPANEE 2.5
INDIAN VILLAGE 1 E 2.2
LAKES OF THE FOUR SEASONS 2 NNE 2.2
SOUTH BEND 4 NE 2.2
LA PORTE 2 SW 2.0

...MARYLAND...
MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK 0.4 E 12.8
SABILLASVILLE 2 SSE 11.0
BITTINGER 2 NW 10.0
CUMBERLAND 1 NNE 10.0
FREDERICK 3 NW 10.0
RIDGELEY 1 NW 10.0
PECKTONVILLE 3 NNW 9.5
NORRISVILLE 0.6 WSW 9.3
BOONSBORO 3 NNE 9.1
CRESAPTOWN-BEL AIR 0.9 SSE 8.5
OAKLAND 8.5
WILLIAMSPORT 3 ENE 8.2
MIDDLETOWN 8.0
LINEBORO 3 WSW 7.8
GLYNDON 1 WSW 5.9
PIMLICO 1 NE 4.0
BETHESDA 2 WNW 3.4

...MINNESOTA...
GARY NEW DULUTH 1 NNW 13.0
AUSTIN 2 ENE 12.0
CURRIE 1 S 12.0
MEDLIA 11.3
WABASSO 11.0
DULUTH 8 SW 10.5
MARSHALL 1 S 10.0
EDGERTON 9.5
ST. JAMES 9.5
REDWOOD FALLS 9.1

...MISSOURI...
BIRCH TREE 4 E 3.0
PINE CREST 4 SE 2.6
PEACE VALLEY 3 NNE 2.5
WILLOW SPRINGS 2.5
HIGH RIDGE 2.2
WINOA 4 WSW 2.2
CRESTWOOD 2.1
BRANSVILLE 3 N 2.0
KIRKWOOD 2.0
KOSHKONONG 2.0
ST. LOUIS 2.0

...NORTH CAROLINA...
BAKERSVILLE 5.4 N 5.5
BEECH MOUNTAIN 1.2 SE 4.7
LINVILLE 2.4 ENE 4.0
FLAT SPRINGS 1.2 E 3.7
HOT SPRINGS 6.5 SW 2.1
LANSING 5.9 NW 1.7
SEVEN DEVILS 2 NNW 1.5
BEECH MOUNTAIN 1 SE 1.2

...NORTH DAKOTA...
SOUTH HEART 5 WNW 4.0
UPHAM 8 NNW 3.1
LA MOURE 5 ESE 3.0
TOLLEY 6 N 3.0
LISBON 1 ENE 2.8
KULM 4 NNE 2.7
BISMARK 2 NNW 2.6
KINDRED 0.1 SE 2.5
WEST FARGO 4 SSE 2.1
BEACH 0.3 SSE 2.0

...SOUTH DAKOTA...
WATERTOWN 1 S 10.0
AURORA 8.0
WESTPORT 8.0
BROOKINGS 0.2 SSW 7.5
DE SMET 0.2 SSE 7.5
ASTORIA 2 SE 7.0
MILBANK 6.0
TEA 1 SE 6.0
TURTON 6.0
SIOUX FALLS 5 SE 5.5

...VIRGINIA...
WINCHESTER 0.4 NW 9.1
LOVETTSVILLE 2 ENE 8.0
ALBIN 2 SE 7.5
HIGHTOWN 5 NW 7.0
BERRYVILLE 1 NNW 6.5
PURCELLVILLE 1 SW 6.5
STRASBURG 3.7 N 6.1
ALONZAVILLE 2 SE 5.0
LINCOLNIA 1 ESE 4.5
SINGERS GLEN 1 SSE 4.0
VIENNA 3.5
MCLEAN 2 SSE 3.0
FAIRFAX 1 N 2.5
NOKESVILLE 4 S 2.5
ALEXANDRIA 1 W 2.3
HERNDON 1 WSW 2.0
REAGAN NATIONAL AIRPORT 2.0

...WISCONSIN...
NEWBURG 15.7
JACKSON 1 E 14.3
GERMANTOWN 13.7
WEST ALLIS 12.5
MEQUON 12.0
NEW BERLIN 1 WNW 11.8
KENOSHA 2 WSW 10.0
BROWN DEER 9.5
SAINT FRANCIS 2 WSW 9.5
FOX POINT 1 SW 9.0
GLENDALE 9.0
TWO RIVERS 1 N 9.0
ELMWOOD PARK 2 N 8.8
WAUWATOSA 1 WNW 8.8
SOUTH MILWAUKEE-WWTP 7.7

...SELECTED STORM TOTAL FREEZING RAIN IN INCHES WHERE THE EVENT
HAS ENDED...

...DELAWARE...
GLASGOW 0.30
PIKE CREEK 0.25
NEWARK 0.20
NEW CASTLE COUNTY ARPT 0.18

...MARYLAND...
COLUMBIA 2 NE 0.25
GEORGETOWN 1 ESE 0.25
ADELPHI 1 ENE 0.20
BWI AIRPORT 0.15
SIMPSONVILLE 1 SSE 0.05

...NEW JERSEY...
CHESILHURST 0.40
MOUNT HOLLY WFO 0.25
WEST DEPTFORD TWP 0.25
WILLIAMSTOWN 0.25

...PENNSYLVANIA...
LANDENBERG 2 ENE 0.20
PHILADELPHIA INTL ARPT 0.14

...VIRGINIA...
MONTCLAIR 1 NE 0.20


THE SURFACE LOW OVER NORTHERN MAINE IS FORECAST TO MOVE SLOWLY
NORTHWARD INTO SOUTHEASTERN CANADA THIS EVENING. SNOW SHOWERS WILL
CONTINUE ACROSS THE CENTRAL APPALACHIANS AS WELL AS PORTIONS OF
THE NORTHERN MID-ATLANTIC AND THE NORTHEAST BEFORE GRADUALLY
TAPERING OFF TONIGHT. ADDITIONAL SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS OF 1 TO 3
INCHES ARE POSSIBLE FROM NORTHERN NEW YORK TO NORTHERN NEW
ENGLAND. 3 TO 5 INCHES OF ADDITIONAL SNOWFALL ARE POSSIBLE ACROSS
WESTERN NEW YORK DOWNWIND OF LAKE ONTARIO DUE TO LAKE EFFECT
ENHANCEMENT.

THIS WILL BE THE LAST STORM SUMMARY ISSUED BY THE WEATHER
PREDICTION CENTER FOR THIS EVENT. PLEASE REFER TO YOUR LOCAL
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.

RYAN

Weather summary
for New Brunswick
updated by Environment Canada
at 11:26 a.m. ADT Wednesday 15 March 2017.

Discussion.

An intense low pressure system moved up the eastern seaboard on
Tuesday and currently lies over Maine where it will continue to
slowly track northeastward. Heavy snow, blowing snow and high winds
affected New Brunswick overnight Tuesday into Wednesday. Snow
switched over to rain over southern and central New Brunswick with a
brief period of freezing rain and pellets.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by
Environment Canada as of 11AM ADT.

1. Summary of snowfall in centimetres:

Bathurst 30
Red Pines 25
Kouchibouguac 26
Fredericton City 15 to 25
Sussex 20
Edmundston 18
Moncton 17
Milltown 17
Miramichi 16
Bouctouche 16
Doaktown 16
Saint John 15
Oak Point 15

2. Summary of maximum winds in kilometres per hour:

Grand Manan 102
Saint John 102
Point Lepreau 93
Miramichi 81
Fredericton 80
Moncton 78
Mechanic Settlement 78
St. Stephen 74
Bouctouche 74
Bas Caraquet 74
CFB Gagetown 72
Miscou Island 72
Kouchibouguac 61

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

End/ASPC

eather summary
for Nova Scotia
updated by Environment Canada
at 10:04 a.m. ADT Wednesday 15 March 2017.

Discussion.

An intense low pressure system moved up the eastern seaboard on
Tuesday and currently lies over Maine where it will continue to
slowly track northeastward today. This intense storm brought snow,
rain and significant winds to Nova Scotia on Tuesday night.

The following is a summary of wind event information received by
Environment Canada as of 9 AM ADT.

1. Summary of maximum wind gusts in kilometres per hour:

Brier Island 108
Yarmouth 106
Baccaro Point 106
Western Head 96
Lunenburg 108
Halifax Airport 108
Halifax Kootenay 108
McNabs Island 100
Bedford Basin 111
Osborne Head 104
Hart Island 85
Sydney Airport 95
Grand Etang 156
Upper Stewiacke 87
Parrsboro 81
Greenwood 85

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

End/ASPC

Weather summary
for Prince Edward Island
issued by Environment Canada
at 9:27 a.m. ADT Wednesday 15 March 2017.

Discussion.

An intense low pressure system moved up the eastern seaboard on
Tuesday and currently lies over Maine where it will continue to
slowly track northeastward into northern Maine by this evening.
Strong winds affected the island Tuesday evening and early Wednesday
morning.

The following is a summary of wind event information received by
Environment Canada as of 9 AM ADT.

1. Summary of maximum wind gusts in kilometres per hour:

Charlottetown Airport 87
Summerside 76
North Cape 102
Harrington 72
St. Peters 59
East Point 81
Maple Plains 83
Stanhope 70

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

End/ASPC
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