Will I be happy tomorrow? And if so, how happy?

By: BostonDan , 2:31 PM GMT on February 09, 2010

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It has been quite a week for snow lovers on the East Coast. I, like everybody else, have been amazed at the snowfall amounts seen from VA to NJ last weekend. Unfortunately, nothing more than a brief flurry fell on the area.

This time around, it looks like we will get at least some accumulating snow. Unfortunately (depending on who you ask), it is looking more and more possible that we will not be getting blasted. However, it is looking like it should be a pleasantly snowy day with several inches of accumulation at a minimum.

It is interesting how different years produce different mindsets. If there was bare ground up and down the east coast, I'd probably be happy with any storm. However, with 2+ feet on the ground in spots and another 12+ coming for just north of DC and Baltimore thru much of Jersey,I wil feel very left out if I just get a little 3 to 6-er.




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2. BostonDan
5:07 AM GMT on February 11, 2010
BUST!!! 2 inches at absolute most :(
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1. BostonDan
3:07 PM GMT on February 09, 2010
Mstt Noyes' forecast at NECN is the best I've seen for the area so far (posted at 9:30am):

"Wednesday...Snow, heavy at times. Accumulations of 12" likely across much of southern New England with locally higher amounts from northeast CT, through southeast MA. A general 4"-8" of plowable snowfall will extend into southern VT, NH and ME. Amounts will drop off rapidly the farther north you go. Highs around 30. Strong northeast wind between 20-30 mph will gust up to 60 mph at the immediate coast, 40 mph further inland causing damage to trees and powerlines."


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