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April Fool’s Storm Looking More Wintry

By Meteorologist Joe Joyce, WBZ-TV

Well, this storm is certainly starting to look more wintry. A much colder look on a bunch of our models this morning. Could this change tomorrow? Absolutely…but more and more this is looking to have a look of a Nor’easter coming up the coast.  There are still plenty of questions regarding the overall track, the supply of cold air into the storm, and the seasonal effects of how hard it is to snow this time of year. But memories of the April fool’s storm of 1997 remind us how easy it can be to get a quick heavy snow depending on the timing and track of a storm.

So here we go again…Tuesday’s runs…likely to be different from Wednesday’s & Thursday’s run…but hopefully close enough that this early speculation rings true.

The Euro has an all out Nore’aster off the coast. Any Morning mix changing to snow for many..excluding the Cape. Gale force winds at the coast. Potential for a foot of snow inland away from the coast.

12 April Fools Storm Looking More Wintry

850 mb temps on the Euro and GFS are cold aloft to support snow. The O line barely makes it over the Canal. It’s a cold look. The question is the boundary layer warmth at the surface with a wind off the 40 degree water could allow for mixing at the coast…also the lack of a real cold high to supply the cold into the storm. It looks snowy to me.

 62 April Fools Storm Looking More Wintry

How about the O6Z GFS…very similar look to the Euro this morning. A low bombing out just southeast of Nantucket. Are you kidding me? Again the 850 line is down towards the Cape with the 540 line (Snow/rain) barely getting up to Boston. As this low pulls away any mixing changes to snow later friday and friday night…but lighter amounts. The precipitation looks heavy…so as this falls it will likely drag the cold air down with it and fight off any low level boundary warmth. Again..potential for a foot of snow inland.

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The Canadian has a farther offshore track…which would be a lighter snowfall for Southeast MA. The UKMET this morning has a similar look to the Canadian with a low moving far enough south of New England for the Northen fringe to graze southern New England with a  Snow. The UKMET was far west yesterday…so it is all over the place trying to figure this out.

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The Japanese is still holding onto to it’s inside running low up the Appalacians with a secondary up the Hudson river valley…bring a wamer solution and mostly a heavy rainfall.

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The RPM this morning is intersting as they have the precipitation starting Thursday and continuing into Friday. The map below show total accumulation of snow on the ground by 12Z Friday…so it does not even include what falls on Friday. This has the greater Boston Metro area with 4-6″ of snow, with 6-8″ in the Wocester Hills by early Friday morning…with more to fall!  Bad news.

mgweb wrf 20110329 120000 ane econus f00720000 pwintersnow r12km April Fools Storm Looking More Wintry

This SREF winter weather forecasting product BELOW shows the probabilty of snow. The Blue is a 90% probability, the Red is a 70% probability. Yikes. But this product is based on the Candadian which does take a lot of the moisture south and just grazes us…with an apparent mix.

I like the map below for a guidance for an early idea on who can expect snow. I think any where outside of 128…it is looking like a pretty good thumping of snow is possible…if not likely. Considering the amount of moisture which is in play with this system any sort of track south of New England could spell bad news for the winter/snow haters of New England. 

7 April Fools Storm Looking More Wintry

The 12z GFS prints out QPF totals in southern New England ranging from 1.25-1.5″. If some areas remain all snow…depending on the tracks…well, the potential for some areas to see a foot of snow is not out of the question…especially if the track of the EURO or GFS verify.  Though mixing remains a concern at the coast,  Any sort of elevation will almost gurantee all snow with ratios of at least 10-1. You can see heavy precip extending from Washington DC to Boston. Even the major metropolitain areas should be on the look out for snow…track dependent.

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Below is the 12Z GFS 500 mb Vort for Thursday night. Check out the energy rounding the base of the trough heading towards  mid-Atlantic and New England.

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 Again…this can all change tomorrow. This is just a blog to show you what we are looking at TODAY and our current thinking. This storm has real potential and will likely have an area of heavy snow inland, rain at the coast…primarily southeastern MA…with strong winds too. If this heavy wet snow occurs the potential for power outages.

There is still plenty of uncertainty in how this will play out. More changes in the coming days are almost guranteed. The NAM has the storm completely missing us to the south. Not buying that solution when you look at everything else. I still believe this will be a significant storm, luckily quick moving. It does appear today to have an increased risk of an interior heavy snowfall. We will see.

For Curiosity’s sake…the 12Z Euro…midday Friday121 April Fools Storm Looking More Wintry



One Comment

  1. Jofus says:

    Looks like Henry M wasn’t alone.

    But this winter, fiorecast models have been unreliable more often than not.

    This is one situation where we might not know what happens until after it happens. It may be difficult to forecast even while it’s taking place. It’s THAT kind of situation.

    1. thetruth says:

      They why come on here and post thousands of times if – once again – we are NOWcasting?????

      1. Jofus says:

        The models to me look so confusing that this one may be very difficult to forecast even a few hours ahead.

        There’s still the chance this could fizzle out.

        Or Boston could get eighteen inches of snow.

  2. JOHN says:

    Joe- what else could you ask for after reading that blog, you outdid yourself again. Awesome information. I hope your boss sees the blogs that you have been putting up. Top notch Joe, keep up the great work,

  3. retrac says:

    What a nice post Joe.

  4. Snowlover says:

    Hi Joe:
    Wow!! Excellent blog. Thank you for explaining all the scenario’s. Of course I would love to see one more big one before Spring,.

    1. SAM HATES SNOW says:

      Yeah dud, just move to northern main or Alaska, I bet you get a snow day if it snow’s more than an inch.

    2. matt says:

      What makes it excellent? Because he’s predicting snow? If it were rain it would not be excellent, right?

  5. retrac says:

    geez….is the GFS really going to come in…….it would put down well over a foot in Worcester Hills according to 12z run. Nuts.

    anyone have scoop on 12z Canadian?

  6. retrac says:

    I mean 12z Euro….I already saw the Canadian

    1. sam says:

      And that would mean what?

  7. joejoycewbz says:

    12 Z Euro still has a major snowfall inland. GFS and EURO tracks still almost identical. East winds will allow lower accums at coast…piles up inland along a coastal front. This storm looks like it is going to bomb. Explosive pattern.

    1. JimmyJames says:

      I like how you all say “BOMB.”: That was used religiously on here for the last two storms (aka dustings)…let’s not go overboard here. This only adds to the hype for a storm that is 3 days out, and the next model runs might show a miss.

    2. SummerFool says:

      Now Joe….don’t get too giddy about this….as you stated this could all change tomorrow…also, it is April and the strong April sun will have something to say about this…I know you snow *lovers* want one more, but hey…take a reality check.

      “495 Mauler” ??? Easy big boy

  8. retrac says:

    thanks Joe. I’ve been hesitant on GFS all winter becasue of how that NAM has performed but with Euro coming in too, I might bite on this now.


  9. retrac says:


    I forget now but which model hinted at this first….Euro or GFS? I thought I remebered a blogger showing EURO map several days ago with this. A few people poked fun at the post but looks like a good long-range call at this point

  10. JMA says:

    12z ECWMF delivers a ~1.5 QPF. 850mb all below 0c at BOS and ORH. However, 2M temps remain above 0c for duration at both locations. It is that lack of low level cold, that makes me worry about going all in on snow right now.

  11. JMA says:

    Dynamic cooling can only do so much with a lack of strong cold to drain from the north if the winds are more east/northeast. There was much more cold air able to drain down from the north in 1997, and these comparisons to 1997 will blow this forecast up if people bite on it too much.

  12. retrac says:

    I know JMA right….This thing is gonna have to make its own cold air as we all know. Think of how rare something like this is for this time of year….everything has to fall perfectly in line. I do remeber ’97 quite well however. I remember it pouring rain then came the thunder, lighting and 33″ of snow.

    1. JMA says:

      But you had a north wind and a lot more cold air to the north, after the cold front blew through here the day before.

  13. JMA says:

    I believe that it can and will snow north and west of 128, I just do not like the lack of cold air, the lack of -NAO/AO, the progressive 500mb flow, the amount of snow that would have to fall in the daytime with surface temps abvoe freezing with April Sun angle, a lot of things have to go right for major snowfall in SNE in April, and too many things here are not right for me to have confidence.

  14. retrac says:

    I hear ya JMA….what do you wish for here… a stronger storm with more qpf to draw down cold but that might come back to haunt pulling more ocen air in. I’m at about 900′ elevation central Mass. so I do like my chances more than inside of 128 for sure

  15. massextra2 says:

    Hey Joe….Craig G at in Hull… So what do you think regarding storm surge as the NWS indicated that it would be a concern for coastal communities?? and wow…1997 all over again per those maps!

  16. JMA says:

    900′ you will do fine with snowfall under just about any scenario here….Problem is a lot of the forecast area is far below that, making the forecast far more difficult.

    1. retrac says:

      I still have snow on the ground JMA. About 6″+ for 20% of my yard plus 2′ snow banks still.

      These mets are going to work especially hard on this one.

      1. Charlie says:

        Dam, we haven’t had any snow on ground or piles for about 3-4 weeks now here in Wrentham, r u well north and west??

  17. JimmyJames says:

    Great blog Joe as usual. As I have been saying this is going to be something to watch evolve and if you are in the interior especially up in elevation using the Snow Index I would say there is a shot at a MODERATE Snowfall. The coastal areas I think would have a MINOR Snowfall. I still think more wet than white for those areas. Those are my inital thoughts on impacts and as always this could change so stay tuned!

  18. joejoycewbz says:

    The High tide is at 10:50 AM. The tidal height is about 9.5…which is not astronomically high for the month. Strongest winds will be from the northeast Friday morning and intensify midday into the early afternoon where gusts to 50 mph will be possible. Seas will be building to 10-15 feet off the coast during the afternoon…before winds shift to the NW late in the day. There will be big waves…but the tide will be going out with the peak wind and waves. Too small of a window to create any big coastal problems.

    1. Kyle says:

      Joe, excellent blog! Pay no attention to the trolls’ remarks. There are 2-3 of them.

  19. joejoycewbz says:

    ^^^^ I agree with the sentiment….of tempering our enthusiasm….because all this could easily change tomorrow with a slight change in track or temp and it all goes down the drain. BUT nothing is coming in terms of snow?? I guess it depends on where you live. The coast could end up with very little…But I am pretty sure there will be some snow involved with this storm.

  20. matt says:

    The GFS model is showing that the storm will drag cold air in if i am not reading this wrong .\
    I am still going with my earlier thoughts on this storm
    The next storm will not be all rain or all snow.
    south and east of boston will be mainly rain.
    north and west of boston will have a mix of snow and rain.. Snow thrusday night changing to rain friday noon time. then changing back before the precipitaion ends
    North of rt 2 it could remain as snow with several inches of snow being verry possible

  21. foxylady says:

    Snow is not going to happen unless you live on a moutain.

  22. Hadi says:

    Thanks Joe! Great blog as always.

  23. Manny says:

    with respect to all u on here
    jma topkatt matt hadi jimmyjames joe joyce matt weatherwiz and others
    i want to hear from the baileyman on this one serious now
    call me a fanatic fan but i remember that dude hitting on just about every storm this winter
    tell me im wrong or not but did he not hit all of the big snowstorms to the inches?
    so what is up with that bm? where are you? i need to know for one cause i got big party plans friday dude and i do not want no dam snowstorm!! so please telll us whats up with this storm for friday if you there?
    tell us its rain or missin us please! baileyman come back and set this storm straight dude and tell us the trrue stuff on this .. saying prayin out to sea or rain here!!!

  24. leo says:

    There was a ne wind for the first part of the storm(1997) went nne and then north after midnight. Temps dropped to the upper 20’s for several hrs. during the peak of the storm. The next day had some bands of mod snow in the morning with a steady light wetter snow into the afternoon. Snow stopped around 4 Pm. Does that sound about right anybody?

  25. manowx says:

    max sea ice extent for this season was on Mar 7 tied 2006 for lowest extent since 1979. This means a mostly rain event for Boston area. This logic is impeccable. Boundary layer too warm for snow coast. I can almost gaurantee.

    global warming!

  26. Topkatt88 says:

    Thanks Joe!

    1. Rsquared44 says:

      Topkatt, I noted on my calendar 3 possible snow storms you mentioned about 3 weeks ago and guess what…April 1 is the last of those storms- well done way in advance

      1. matt says:

        Idol worship again???

  27. Kathy says:

    Omg! Are you all like kidding me? I did not think I would even read or type in this blog until like about next Dec or something like that. I am in a wedding on saturday and please to God tell me it is not going to snow! I want to look as pretty as possible and tanned! No snow white in this wedding party honey! Please tell me it is not going to snow topkat and baileymen. What is this all about?

    1. Topkatt88 says:

      Even if the worst case scenario comes to be, should be rapidly improving by Saturday.

  28. manowx says:

    sea ice coverage was greater in 1997 than currently. This suggest much less snow in Boston.

  29. manowx says:

    I said there would be little snow in march. I was proven correction. No one gives me credit

  30. Snow Time says:

    At this rate it might even Snow again in June like it did on June 17, 1952! The blogs must have lit up that year! Winter over, no way.

  31. haterain says:

    manowx if it doesn’t snow in July you will blame global warming. Joe fantastic blog and yes it may all change tomorrow, but we can only comment on what we are seeing now and yes that makes me happy.

  32. getitright says:

    Can we please stop saying “winter returns”…or winter this or that…it’s spring…figured you all would know that. Snow isn’t equal to winter…tell that to someone in July in Antartica. Winter – like it or not – IS over. This is spring snow.

    1. Joshua says:

      Certainly, it’s `spring’ snow, yes. But, spring is a misnomer around here. Besides a bright sun when the sun does shine, a few frigid flowers poking out of the ground, and some robins looking for a place to mate, what is spring-like about today? Everything is still as brown and dormant as can be (with the exception of those frigid flowers I mentioned), it’s brisk outside during the day and cold at night. I don’t get a spring feel in Boston. It’s not our season. We’ve got 3 great seasons, spring is not one of them.

      1. getitright says:

        So because it doesn’t look like spring, it’s not? Man, you need help. So in October when I am stll cutting my grass, the leaves are on the trees, and it’s warm, it’s summer????

  33. Hadi says:

    NWS very bullish in their AFD

  34. Hadi says:

    NWS discussed a lot about the dynamic cooling that might overcome BL temps.

  35. Joshua says:

    A storm like April 1, 1997 only happens once. That was surreal. A confluence of factors that lead to the perfect storm. I do not see this happening again. However, for many weeks my hunch has been we will have some snow in April. We’re overdue for snow in April. And, I also believed way back in early February that March would be somewhat on the cold side and that spring would be very late, as usual. In all my years in New England, I’ve experienced about 2 early springs. This is why I did not buy into the “March will be warm” talk, when this was suggested in early February.

  36. Scott says:

    looks like the 18z NAM is coming around to what the other models are depicting.

  37. Hadi says:

    Btw if anyone caught this BB is on duty tomorrow through Friday for Todd. Should be nice to hear what the best met in the business has to say.

  38. matt says:

    MY EARLY snow predictions on my snow scale of 1 to 5 REMEMBER IT IS STILL 2 DAYS AWAY. SO THIS WILL LIKLY CHANGE.
    south and east of boston a 1 on my snow scale which is minor snow to rain back to snow.
    south of the pike and inside of 128 a 2 on my snow scale which is a moderate snow fall. snow will mix or change over to rain.
    north of the pike and outside of 128 a 2.5 on my snow scale which means a moderate or heivy snow fall could occur. snow with rain mixing in at times during the mid afternoon.
    north of the pike a 3 on my snow scale . it will be all snow.

    1. JimmyJames says:

      I agree with you with the coastal areas since I see a mix cutting things down so a 1 for that area.
      Now the farther you are in the interioe and up in elevation the Potentail exists for a MODERATE Snowfall which is snowfall ranging from 4-10 inches. This is still early and will be adjusted.

    2. funnybone is being a real joke. says:

      funnybone… he has been right many times this winter. You do not put out anything unless you can say something bad about someone else. topkatt scott baileyman charlie coastal hadi leo matt and others are good .you are not and you are looking for dam attention.

  39. StormCenterMatt says:

    Pete Bouchard has jumped on the nor’easter train and is calling for possibly a foot of snow through most of MA on Friday….is he right?

    1. matt says:

      He is rarely right..

  40. Hadi says:

    Stormcenter wish I could tell you whether he is, signs are pointing to that potential but like most of us would say it’s too premature to throw out numbers yet. I think this time tomorrow will be very telling.

    1. funnybone says:

      Yes, that we are getting nothing. How can you all say just YESTERDAY you csn’t buy into anything until 24 hours and you have this all cemented…HAHA. Unprofessional…letting your passions rule your thoughts. Tomorrow you will be SHOCKED.

  41. leo says:

    I believe first storm missing us to the south Thursday is going to rob the second and potentially larger storm of its energy and leave us with just a light to moderate wet snow on Friday. Just a hunch

  42. Jofus says:

    Anyone hear about models looking for another potential snowstorm for April 8th??

    If that occurs, the Sox opening day would get snowed out!

    1. Topkatt88 says:

      I don’t see alot of evidence of an April 8 snow OR rain event at this point.

    2. rufus says:

      No but I think there will be one May 22nd.

  43. Plowski says:

    Yeah, Pete is right he talked to Todd Gross
    Game on!

  44. aqua says:

    Where is Baileyman?

  45. Christie says:

    Wow! Fantastic blog entry! You really went above and beyond on this one.

    Well… It’ll be a three day weekend for us students, I guess! :)

    1. matt says:

      And add one more day to the end of your school year.

      1. Christie says:

        Nope. That’s the great thing about college. I’ll be shoveling out my parents, my grandmother, and my elderly neighbor, but it means I won’t have to go to the gym. I can find th bright side to anything! :)

        Oh, and hello, Topkatt!

      2. Topkatt88 says:

        Hi Christie! Drop by the other place soon!

  46. Paul52 says:

    The March snowfall total here in Pepperell is only 3.0 inches which is 12.1 inches below the average. So, it looks like April will produce more snow here than March did! I measured 26.8 inches from the April Fools storm of 1997 in West Townsend; but 15.9 inches of that fell before midnight on 31 March; with the remaining 10.9 inches falling on 1 April. There was 20 inches on the ground at 19:00 on 1 April; but back to a trace by 5 April! This will be a nice cap to the snow season assuming that this will be the last significant snow event?? Of course the storm is still two days away…

  47. joejoycewbz says:

    I think we are going to see a significant coastal front set up. Significantly lower accums at the coast with rainy wet mix…but accumulaltions could pile up on the colder side of the front which will be just a few miles inland.

  48. crock says:

    Leaving Logan on Saturday for Atlantis. Or should I say hopefully leaving Logan on Saturday. Can Topkatt88 or anyone suggest a site that would have an accurate extended forecast for the Bahamas? Thanks in advance…

    1. DS says:

      So lucky! You’ll have a blast!

  49. matt says:

    Topkatt isn’t some super weather being. He’s been wrong just as much as anyonre…stop puting this Woburnite on a pedesal.

    1. Snow Time says:

      Maybe if you read his posts you would learn more than when you flap your jaw fake matt! Enjoy the snow sir.

      1. matt says:

        Topkatt88 i did not say that about you . You are realy good someone is using my name and saying things about others to make me look bad. topkatt88 i love your posts and find them full of info. thank you snow time.

  50. snowman says:

    hey charlie i thought winter was over!!! where are you now?????

    1. Charlie says:

      I right here

      1. harhar says:

        snowman you are really tough behind your PC. Whenever you are ready…

  51. BaileyMan says:

    Well well, looks like winter comes back at us with a vengaence!!! lol I was looking at this one a couple days back and thought it might turn into somewthing and now the models are starting to show some agreement!!!! I’m going to go with rain Plymouth south with a mix up to Boston and a steady heavy cement snow everywhere else!!!! I think some towns could see ovr a foot, but again theres some time for the models to change their minds. Im still pretty certain on this one, but it will be fun to see!!

    1. stan says:

      your not baileyman!!!

  52. Snow Time says:

    I was hoping that we were done with winter and spring could break out but here in MA it ain’t spring till it is, despite what the calander says. Guess we might as well sit back and enjoy.

    1. yodel says:

      Wrong…it IS spring. Are you guys not educated? It CAN snow in spring you know…just like it snows in late fall…or is that considered winter too? Hell, let’s just forgo the 4 seasons and just have one…winter. Wake up…

  53. arthur b says:

    If Baileyman is on board so am I

  54. Snickers says:

    Was that the real BaileyMan>

  55. Chewbacca says:

    baileyman, what do you think about next weeks storm?

  56. JimmyJames says:

    If your in the interior have the shovels handy because you might be needing them. The thing to remember is this is not set in stone and a lot change between now and the potential event.

    1. Gladys Kravitz says:

      How far away from the coast is considered the interior? I know, it’s a dumb question but I am curious. I am 3 miles from the coast.

      1. Topkatt88 says:

        I think that depends on how far inland the “coastal plain” extends. You’re probably considered coastal, at 3 miles in, in regards to weather.

      2. Gladys Kravitz says:

        Thanks topkatt! Joe, what is a 495 mauler?

    2. Hadi says:

      If it can change they why are you all on here potentially wasting time with needless debate about who’s thing is bigger?

  57. haterain says:

    not the real BaileyMan. BaileyMan is much more analytical and he wouldn’t jump on board saying I was thinking this would be a big one. If he really was thinking that he would have jumped on days ago. Although, this is going to be a big one, away from the coast.

  58. mel says:

    So Joe, what is considered a “good thumping” as you say in your blog?

  59. The Graupler says:

    Well if I wanted to I could climb on my roof and see the Atlantic. So I guess Im coastal

  60. southshoretom says:

    I know its early, but what the heck …….

    Plymouth : 1.8 inches
    Boston (Logan) : 4.7 inches
    Worcester : 13.6 inches
    Jackpot : Florida, MA out on the MassPike : 21.7 inches


    1. Jim Haines says:

      The Mass Pike goes no where near Florida, MA. Florida is in the NE corner of Berkshire Co and the Mass pike runs through the southern part of the county.

      1. southshoretom says:

        Hi Jim,

        Thanks. I have only passed thru that region a few times, so I’m not surprised I was wrong.

      2. Topkatt88 says:

        Route 2. Drove through Florida MA dozens of times…

  61. bennyu23 says:

    It will be interesting to see what weather people will say tomorrow night. :-) I am kind of surprised and shock at same time abou this potential upcoming storm. :-( But we’ll wait till tmw or even thursday night. STAY TUNED tomorrow evening!

  62. Suziesnowflake says:

    Great blog tonight! If we get a foot if snow in the Worcester area – how long before it melts? ;). I do not want to shovel again.

  63. Crock says:

    Thanks for the link TK

  64. Charlie says:

    I’m not in the bandwagon for snow from Boston to Providence, mountains is where the meat and potatoes will be I think :)

  65. Phillip2 says:

    i cant believe im sayng this on a weather blog but i miss the real bailey mans posts. what about you all? what did happen to him? like to hear what he thinks about this storm come back bailey man! or if someone knows him tell him 2 come back in but i have a hunch bailey man is possibly topkat88 or mark rosanthal then maybe or maybe not.?

  66. The Graupler says:

    Plymouth 0.0 inches
    Boston 0.0 inches
    Worcester: 4.4 inches
    JACKPOT: Dunstable 7.7

  67. matt says:

    Guy stop using my name! Sorry everyone for the posers!

  68. matt says:

    friday storm
    precip starts to over spread the region around 3 am. I am really certain that it will be all snow north of 495 and north of the pike. , It will be snow rain .south coast cape and islands. the question is how far does the rain line go.
    I am thinking that the rain line will stay south and east of boston. with all snow to the north at this point .

    Early snow predictions
    0-2 inches southeast mass.
    2-5 inches south of the pike and east coast
    5-10 inches north and west of boston away from the coast.
    possibly 10+ for areas north of rt 2 They might be a little on the high side. This will occur if more than an 1 inche of water occurs.

  69. TomFromActon says:

    Baileyman fan here but I also would love to hear from you Topkatt on this one too? You know your weather too like no ones business! what is your amount call topkatt on snow? Snow plowing in Acton ? I hate to think it but looks bad

    1. Topkatt88 says:

      Since I’m not convinced this thing meets its potential yet I’m going to wait until tomorrow to talk about #’s.

  70. TomFromActon says:

    Maybe cause there real good matt!!!!! Stop hating guy..makes you look like a loser!
    Also note that i stopped using caps on my blogs? Maybe it will chase storms away! ? need better luck!

  71. joejoycewbz says:

    I guess A good Thumping could be considered anything over 6″ of snow. A 495 mauler was just a term that popped in my head…because this could be a jack pot area for some heavy snowfall accumulation…495 is known to be a snowbelt area….one step down from the Worcester Hills..but one step up from 128.
    Already looking forward to tomorrow! It is nice to end the winter season with one last hurrah is it not? I assume there are many who may not share in twisted point of view. Thanks for checking in!

  72. SurfSkiWeatherMan says:

    Comment # 116

    Wow, look at all Those Models.. And Comments.

    Plenty of Action here!

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