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PostMon Jan 13, 2020 5:02 pm 
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kvpair wrote:
1.5 inches in sammamish. Lake WA schools closed.

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21" of snow on the patio table in Roslyn. After school bus, just dropped the neighborhood kids off @ their bus stop

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Out here by the airport got just a dusting last night.  Started snowing hard here about 45 min. ago and there's about 1/2" out there now.  It's above freezing though, so no biggie, it'll be gone by morning most likely.

Pretty disappointing compared to last February!

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PostMon Jan 13, 2020 5:20 pm 
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We're at 615' elevation and now have about 12". The big stuff is gone, but the fine stuff is STILL coming down.
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PostMon Jan 13, 2020 6:38 pm 
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There is nothing like a snowy evening and sound of easy wind and downey flake that make the woods so lovely dark and deep the darkest evening of the year.

Adaptation of Robert Frost
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PostMon Jan 13, 2020 7:35 pm 
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Especially if your power has been out all day. Darkness comes early. bawl.gif

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PostMon Jan 13, 2020 10:02 pm 
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I highly recommend that if you live in areas of frequent power outages, that you invest in a propane generator that starts up automatically. Otherwise we might have missed Hawks game..

I missed 2 TD's in 10 minutes when the power went out during the chiefs-texans game.

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PostMon Jan 13, 2020 10:36 pm 
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I have a ups which will keep everything going until I can fire up the generator, old Florida tradition hurricane party.

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PostMon Jan 13, 2020 11:18 pm 
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Nancy anne...  It looks like there is a fiery humming phoenix in your photo!

Where you at bubba's in gold bar a few days ago?

Miraculous recovery for me, but I got a few hours in on the plow! Actually feeling not to bad right now.
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PostTue Jan 14, 2020 1:19 am 
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Yay, power just came back on!
Yes, we were there two Saturday’s ago, were you? Still like the Mountain View Cafe better, love watching those homemade pies spinning around...
Glad you are feeling better! up.gif
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PostTue Jan 14, 2020 6:56 am 
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Snow falling on Cedars:

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A bit of a break for most places outside the mountains later this

afternoon though a few showers will continue. The next item of focus

becomes a warm front lifting north from parent low out over the

Pacific. Latest model trends are concerning and have made some major

changes to the forecast this morning. Still some disagreement

between hi-res solutions and ensembles on starting point of warm

front as it lifts north but general consensus is from just south

of the Strait of Juan de Fuca over to somewhere in northern King

or Snohomish counties during the evening hours, then lifting north

into Skagit, Whatcom and eventually BC Canada by Wednesday

morning. 6Z model runs aren`t all the way in, but a quick peek

suggests the trend is even a bit further south of the 00Z runs

which obviously has implications for the Seattle metro area. As

the band lifts north, locations could see a pretty good burst of

moderate to heavy snowfall. This would have substantial impacts to

travel. Have upped precipitation amounts and resulting snow

forecasts but amounts could be higher than currently indicated,

especially in favored upslope areas along the Strait and if the

band starts out further south. Also could see some enhancement as

moist southerly air meets northeasterly cold Fraser outflow up

north. As such, will be issuing a winter storm watch for a good

portions of the lowlands from about Seattle northward and along

the coast and Strait. Near-term trends will need to be monitored

very closely today as uncertainty in heaviest snow placement

remains high and changes to the forecast will likely occur. 
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PostTue Jan 14, 2020 7:41 am 
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No new snow but 7 degrees and still blowing here.

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PostTue Jan 14, 2020 7:42 am 
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Got about half an inch overnight. It was lightly snowing when I got up to get ready for work an hour ago.

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PostTue Jan 14, 2020 7:54 am 
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2 1/2 inches in western Grays Harbor.
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PostTue Jan 14, 2020 8:07 am 
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that snow amount in nancyann photo is usually what we have here this time of year. So far there has been very little. the elevation here is a little over 4500 ft. the winds have been blowing hard for the last week and temps hovering lower 30s daytime and high teens most nights. however this being montana I expect things might well change in the next month or so. my little brood of chicks is still hanging around and feeding, and the other night I saw several young deer traversing the town. also just got this report from noaa:

the Inter-mountain West unsettled this week with rain and heavy mountain snow (extremely low snow levels in the Northwest).
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PostTue Jan 14, 2020 9:06 am 
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Handy graphic from NOAA says "Major forecast changes".
Snow for Puget Sound lowlands this evening.
Time to pre-position our generator.

https://twitter.com/NWSSeattle/status/1217076039001632770/photo/1
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