March 05, 2009

Morning Convergence Zone


We do have a convergence zone now...as we often do after fronts...and the air is cold enough for snow above 500ft where precip intensity is great enough.

PS: Note there are TWO convergence lines (more on this later)

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25 comments:

  1. I suspect you're describing us. We're East and 580 feet of elevation. (top of Demery Hill, Sammamish)

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  2. I am hoping we get a little snow here in Woodinville, right now all we have is pea soup fog.

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  3. I`m here in Woodinville to...300ft elevation atop Hollywod hill and no snow to be seen. I currently have temp of 37 with cloudy skies.

    Pretty decent CZ earlier this morning and I picked up 0.39" rain with it. That is what i have so.

    I see the CZ has faded some what over my area, but looks like it`s re-organizing it`s self currently.

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  4. Definitely noticed it at 9am driving down Hwy 99 in Seattle, a little snow mixed in with the rain squall.

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  5. You aren't missing much. At best we may have slush on the sidewalks at times. Still snowing with the rain, though.

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  6. Snowing on Snoqualmie Ridge, woke up at 7am to about an inch on the ground. Dumping snow right now 34.3 outside with a dewpoint of 30.4

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  7. I hear it is/was snowing in Lynden.

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  8. Hey guys, it`s raining here, but just briefly had snow mixed in. And this all while temp was and still is at 37 with dp at 35. Looks like this could be on/off deal with the cooler air coming today....as teaser...with the real shot coming in over the weekend.

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  10. We've got at least 3 inches here east of North Bend at 700 feet and it's still coming down heavily. The snow just started at about 7:30AM.

    I-90 is a mess with spin outs both ways, even a roll over eastbound. All vehicles must have chains except AWD, eastbound past Exit 34. Between Exit 27 and 34, I-90 is pretty well down to 1 lane. Not sure after exit 34, as that is my exit.

    Enough already!!!!!

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  11. We're getting snow in earnest now. However, it's too wet on the ground and too warm to stick or anything. But picture gigantic, gloppy snowflakes, and you have what I'm seeing.

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  12. Mixed snow and rain outside Deception Pass.

    I feel it's all my fault, as earlier this week I was being smug in a conversation with a Wisconsin friend who was snowed in. Apologies, everyone!

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  13. Oh, wow, look at Tiger Mountain Road (at about 10:10 am):

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  14. Snowing quite hard here in Sammamish, but too warm to stick with the temp @ 36.3

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  15. Jealous of all the "it's snowing here" replies! I'm in Gig Harbor. It's bright and sunny out! :(

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  16. Snowing in downtown Bellevue, very wet. 10:30am

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  17. 6" and counting east of North Bend 700' and still falling heavily.

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  18. Pag..

    Maybe you`ll come close to a foot of snow if keeps snow at your place.

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  19. Snow in Maple Valley now. I was going to head up to North Bend at exit 34 for a snow hike with the dog, but might rethink it now. Highway 18 looks like a mess.

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  20. 43F and snow here in Bellingham.

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  21. Highway 18 is blocked in both directions around the Tiger Mountain summit and I90 at Snoqualmie pass is closed.

    (Per WSDOT)

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  22. Andy--6 1/2", finally slowing down. hopefully not much more accumulation.

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  23. It's snowing in Bellingham!! We left for our run around 12:30 in warm sunshine and finished with blowing snow!! It's coming down hard now, but not sticking. Although the temp is dropping quickly...WAHOO!!

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  24. I am looking forward to that Confrence it looks really intresting.

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  25. Last year I went and there was a lot of negative talk about weather and giving any kind of weather a bad name... which didn't seem very appropriate for weather lovers. Are you promising it'll be different this year? :)

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