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2008.12.09

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Bill Benjes

Hi Matt,

I'm a loyal viewer. I don't get out of bed until I see your forecast in the morning! I'm headed to Israel via London on May 4. I know volcanic eruptions are unpredictable, but I'm wondering if you have thoughts about the winds and the jetstream about that time, and whether or not they might change enough so that Heathrow would be open. If not, I could possibly change my routing.

Many thanks,

B. Benjes

Charlie Courcy

Matt: Your prediction for Dec. 24 is a high of 25 deg. and for Dec 25 a low of 32 deg. How is this possible - what happened to the missing 7 degs.?

Matt Noyes

West Springfield right now looks like mostly rain and freezing rain...check into NECN, this website and WeatherNewEngland.com as the event draws closer, though.

matt

this storm is a very hard one to follow. please tell me what you think i will get in west springfield mass?

scott

"a one to two foot snow event for some of Northern New England, from Central/North Central VT to the Mount Washington Valley to the Maine Mountains."

Well, now I'm standing at attention!

Pretty amazing, given that some model runs over the wknd were taking this storm much further out to sea, and giving I-95 its 1st shot of plowable snow.

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