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Re: Is a Big Snow Storm Coming this Weekend? (HOPE SO!)
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Central Park - 19.3 inches so far...


It's now 25.1.

Posted on: 2016/1/23 20:06
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Re: Is a Big Snow Storm Coming this Weekend? (HOPE SO!)
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a dusting will happen not much more than balls deep

all hype

as the stock market and peoples 401k's tank


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I see a lot of dust out there.

Posted on: 2016/1/23 10:30
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Re: Is a Big Snow Storm Coming this Weekend? (HOPE SO!)
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This is true. It all depends on where the high pressure Ridge hits.

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NOT happening. Latest model - 3 to 5 inches max. Much ado about nothing.


Bullshit. We're under a blizzard watch.

Snowfall projection: 8 to 12 inches in Warren, Sussex and Morris counties, and also 8 to 12 inches in Bergen, Passaic, Essex, Hudson and Union counties. Essex, Hudson and Union counties are now under a blizzard watch, along with New York City, Staten Island and Long Island.


Hmmm, me thinks we should wait just a little while longer to declare this a major event:

New York City is perhaps the toughest forecast call of this event.

The local NWS office issued a blizzard watch on Thursday, and it should be seen as just that: a watch, rather than a warning.

Watches indicate where a particular event is possible, but not yet expected with confidence. As late as Thursday morning, there was huge model disparity in placing the north edge of the heavy snowfall, and that north edge will be a sharp one. As a result, New York City could get as little as a nuisance event or as much as a city-crippling storm.

Subsequent model runs will be crucial in narrowing this range of uncertainty. Note that a blizzard is defined not by snow amounts but by at least three hours of high wind (frequent gusts or sustained winds of at least 35 mph) and poor visibility (no more than 1/4 mile). These conditions could be met in or near New York City even if snowfall amounts are relatively low.

From the NWS maps above:
Least to expect in New York: 2”
Mid-range: 12”
Worst-case: 20”


Dr. Jeff Master's lastest blog on Wunderground

Posted on: 2016/1/21 19:28
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Re: Is a Big Snow Storm Coming this Weekend? (HOPE SO!)
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NOT happening. Latest model - 3 to 5 inches max. Much ado about nothing.


Bullshit. We're under a blizzard watch.

Snowfall projection: 8 to 12 inches in Warren, Sussex and Morris counties, and also 8 to 12 inches in Bergen, Passaic, Essex, Hudson and Union counties. Essex, Hudson and Union counties are now under a blizzard watch, along with New York City, Staten Island and Long Island.

Posted on: 2016/1/21 17:58
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Re: Is a Big Snow Storm Coming this Weekend? (HOPE SO!)
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Wow. Cool. I love snow. Been a while since I've posted here. Hope everyone is well. (Even the cuckoo conservatives here. )

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I'm really missing the snow this year - and winter, in general. I hate prolonged frigid weather, but I do love the seasonal variations and it has seemed like one long fall season this year.

By Len Melisurgo | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
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on January 18, 2016 at 12:33 PM, updated January 18, 2016 at 3:03 PM

...AccuWeather meteorologist Bernie Rayno is also being cautious about snowfall projections this early, but he said if the current computer models hold up, states in the Northeast region could see as much as 6 to 12 inches of snow this weekend.

Let it Snow! More


Yeah, let's hope it snows so it pleases your sights regardless of the hardship suffered by the elderly, damage to roads and cars due to salt, and the economic loss by businesses. But whatever, none of that are important as long as you don't miss snow anymore. Yay for selfishness.





Right, because everybody knows that there are no businesses or economy that could possibly rely on winter weather conditions.

Let all the ski shops with full inventories suffer the losses of a mild winter.

Who cares about those that rely on winter months for snow plowing.

All the businesses in towns like Vernon, towns in the Catskills, and Vermont -- bed & breakfasts, ski resorts, restaurants that are heavily dependent on Winter... who the hell cares about their economies.

All the people that love skiing and snowboarding and have had no where to go this winter -- screw them.

Yup - selfishness indeed.


Not to mention that we do reside in an area of the country that is known to have 4 seasons that includes some snow and cold temperatures during the winter months. I suppose we should feel bad for the elderly that didn't realize that it snows this time of year here and have mistakenly settled in the wrong area of the country.


Last time I checked, Jersey City didn't have a huge ski resort..last time I checked, I was posting on a JC board and lived in JC, not Vermont.

Yes, JC goes through 4 seasons. A winter season and 12+ inches of snow which some of you want is very different. We got snow..on Sunday.

If you want to experience winter in all its glory, I suggest you put up snowflake decals in your living room and watch Frozen in 3D.

The majority of JC residents do not want a major snowstorm for obvious reasons. If you want to ski, go to Vermont or the Catskills.


I guess if being miserable during the winter is your thing, then all the power to you.

Personally, I guess I'm a selfish guy. I can't wait until we get the first 12+ inch storm. Even better, maybe 2 feet. I love the winter wonderland. Nope I don't need to watch anything on tv as I know I live in a place where it typically occurs every year.

It's great, my car gets burried in snow, then I don't even have to move it from one side of the street to the others for weeks.


Posted on: 2016/1/20 10:29
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Re: Where was the police?
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Posted on: 2014/6/24 3:51
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Re: 95 percent of the people in Jersey City are good and five percent are bad...
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I guess asking them out is wrong but it's preferable to beating them senseless for no reason.

Posted on: 2014/6/11 22:07
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Re: Christie Administration seeks to block Tesla Motors sales
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Bergdahl Damnit!!!

Posted on: 2014/6/6 16:02
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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9/11 ceremony scraps 'Bridge Over Troubled Water' song after Christie

A last-minute change prevented what could have been an uncomfortable moment during the Sept. 11 museum dedication ceremony: remarks by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie followed by the song “Bridge Over Troubled Water.”

The original program for Thursday’s ceremony had Christie’s remarks followed by Idina Menzel’s performance of the song. That sent social media aflutter with speculation that the scheduling was a jab at the governor over accusations that his staff intentionally clogged traffic near the George Washington Bridge to punish a political adversary.

But just before the ceremony, museum spokesman Anthony Guido announced that Menzel, star of the Broadway show “If/Then,” was sick and would not perform. In her place, another member of the show’s cast, LaChanze, herself a 9/11 widow, performed “Amazing Grace.”

More: http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20 ... ater--song-after-Christie

Posted on: 2014/5/19 7:32
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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They missed you in Washington today.

Guarantee Of 10 Million 'Operation American Spring' Protesters Off By Just Under 10 Million

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Posted on: 2014/5/16 23:06
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Re: Porta Pizza Coming To DTJC
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Wow, let's put another pizza place in DTJC. Let's pik a location next to an existing Pizzeria and an Italian restaurant a few store fronts away.

It's sad we are not getting more varieties of restaurants in the area. Such an ethnically and culturally diverse area and all we get is another pizzeria!


What would go over big is a mongoian beef restaurant.

Posted on: 2014/5/16 18:11
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Re: Ras Baraka declares victory
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The only bright side is that Newark's finances will soon come under state control


There is a $93 million budget deficit, and the state has WARNED that it MAY take over the city’s rickety finances.


Trust me, it's a done deal. They have to have a balanced budget, and are waaay short.


wow what a disaster the boss can't even handle his own budget and wants to take over Newark's LOL


Newark has their hand out, after wasting untold amounts of money in corruption over the decades. I think Booker was the last Newark mayor not to be convicted of a crime since the mid 60's, and if they ever get to the bottom of the Newark Watershed corruption he would be the next. And Baraka's father supported them all-so it wasn't a surprise to see felon Sharpe James give and have his endorsement accepted. Business as usual again in City Hall.

But, maybe you can be a little intellectually honest and comment on the fact that Newark had a budget surplus when Cory Booker came into office, and after 8 years as mayor the city is in the toiler? Yet the sheeple of NJ sent him to Washington-based on what?


Blame the republicans for putting up the looney tune Steve Lonegan to run in opposition. That was as good a choice as Buono to run against Christie lol.


The Tea Party is the best thing that ever happened to the Democratic Party. ("See how crazy they are? Wouldn't you rather vote for a corporate shill instead?")

Posted on: 2014/5/16 10:32
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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Paging Monroe. Cleanup on isle 3.

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Ex-Christie Aide: I Told Guv About BridgeGate Plans Despite What He Told Press

On Dec. 13, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) told the press that no one on his senior staff had prior knowledge of the plan to close access lanes to the George Washington Bridge in September. But a lawyer representing Christie's former campaign manager Bill Stepien now says that was wrong.

The claim was included in a letter sent in early April -- and made public Wednesday -- by attorney Kevin Marino. The letter was sent to Randy Mastro, the high-priced defense attorney who led the governor's internal review of the scandal.

The letter demanded corrections to a report produced by Mastro and his team, which cleared Christie of any role in the scandal. Among Marino's demands: that Mastro retract the portion of the report claiming that Stepien had falsely assured Christie that he had no "prior knowledge of the [GWB] lane realignment."

"[T]he Report itself acknowledges -- albeit obliquely -- that Mr. Stepien advised Governor Christie on December 12, 2013, that he (Mr. Stepien) did have prior knowledge of the lane realignment," Marino wrote, later adding: "When the Governor asked Mr. Stepien directly whether he had prior knowledge of the lane closures, Mr. Stepien truthfully told the Governor that [former Port Authority of New York and New Jersey executive] David Wildstein had come to him with the idea, to which Mr. Stepien responded that Mr. Wildstein would have to run the idea by normal channels in Trenton (i.e. the Governor's Office)."

At a press conference the next day, on Dec. 13, Christie told reporters that he had “made it very clear to everybody on my senior staff that if anyone had any knowledge about this that they needed to come forward to me and tell me about it and they’ve all assured me that they don’t," according to The Bergen Record. Asked specifically at the news conference about Stepien, Christie said that he had spoken to his former campaign manager, who had assured him of “the same thing.”

Several weeks later, documents were released tying several of Christie's staff members to discussions of the lane closures both before and after they occurred.

More: http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire ... christie-bridgegate-plans

Posted on: 2014/5/16 9:44
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Re: Moving to Greenville
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I live in that neighborhood. Very peaceful. Rarely hear about any crime. Feels very safe, even at night.

Posted on: 2014/5/16 8:53
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Re: What's With All the Cops?
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The traffic cops are fine. Some people on this board are busybodies with nothing better to do than complain about every little "infraction" they see.

Lighten up.


I watched someone blow through an entire red light heading north with a JC cop in the turn lane facing east... Couldn't have cared less. You wouldn't think of doing that on the West Coast.

Posted on: 2014/5/14 21:31
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Re: What's With All the Cops?
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Someone should make a video of them not doing anything and send it to a local TV station.

Posted on: 2014/5/14 16:03
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Re: Mc Greevey trying to raise money for his project: Ex-con working on the waterfront?
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Wait, the guy who owned Melt is a rapper? Is this about a play he's producing Ex-Con working on the Waterfront?

Posted on: 2014/5/12 18:06
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Complaint says West New York man, 20, started fire at Battello
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A 20-year-old West New York man has been accused of purposely starting a fire at a Downtown Jersey City restaurant with gasoline and a match, according to a criminal complaint filed against him.

Carlos Argueta, who appeared in Central Judicial Processing in Jersey City Thursday, has been charged with arson, causing or risking widespread injury, failing to report a dangerous fire and criminal mischief.

According to the complaint, last Friday Argueta allegedly poured gasoline on the premises of 502 Washington Blvd. — where the restaurant Battello is located on the Jersey City waterfront — and lit a match to ignite the fire, the complaint stated.

Sources told The Jersey Journal that Argueta was an employee of the upscale Jersey City restaurant at the time he allegedly committed the arson.

He allegedly caused damage in excess of $2,000 to the communications system and the electrical system of the restaurant, according to the complaint, which also stated that Argueta confessed to the charges listed above.

More: http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index ... says_west_new_york_m.html

Posted on: 2014/5/12 8:01
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Re: Do local restaurants buy locally grown produce?
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How did you measure CO2 levels? Why are they higher in the city?

Posted on: 2014/5/12 7:24
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Re: prostitution in jersey city
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Why is Anne Ramsey's picture in that lineup?

Posted on: 2014/5/9 13:30
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Re: If Your Contractor Hires Ex-Cons - Do You Have a Right to Know?
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Yeah, but if felon shot a man in Reno just to watch him die?

Then he's clearly pro-gun rights and should be given an hour long show on Fox News.


First a stop at the ranch.

Militiamen And Oath Keepers Drew Weapons, Threatened To Kill Each Other

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“I dare ya to draw — draw motherf*cker, I’m gonna kill ya.”

More: http://crooksandliars.com/2014/05/mil ... oath-keepers-drew-weapons

Posted on: 2014/5/8 22:47
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Re: If Your Contractor Hires Ex-Cons - Do You Have a Right to Know?
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Yeah, but if felon shot a man in Reno just to watch him die?

Posted on: 2014/5/8 16:12
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Re: Murder of Darren Talington -- no arrest yet?
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And when Dinah_Brand goes missing we will know that sinister forces were behind it. What did she know? What were they hiding?

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Posted on: 2014/5/6 12:16
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Re: Public-records requests are 'through the roof' in Jersey City
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That's because quid pro quo is through the roof.

Posted on: 2014/5/5 7:00
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Re: Muslim Prayer Room
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Why not make some rooms available within HCC for hourly public rental for an admin charge - say $50/hour, then let people do as they please during their rental period?


Cool.

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Posted on: 2014/5/4 9:15
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Re: 25 Reasons Jersey City Is The Best Place To Live
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New Park Tavern last night-two Tanqueray and tonics, one Magner's cider, one cheeseburger, one turkey club, one shared fries, total $26. Strong g & t's, btw.

Ssshh, don't tell anyone.


Do you start yelling "Benghazi!" when you get toasted?

Posted on: 2014/5/3 8:47
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Re: Illegal Driveway
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So Br6dR, any luck or are you just trying to troll me?


Let the good times roll!

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Posted on: 2014/5/2 18:39
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Re: Super Bowl Crushes NJ Taxpayers
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And the game totally sucked.


Not if you were rooting for Seattle.

Posted on: 2014/5/2 11:50
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Re: FBI raid at Barge Inn
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???

http://riverviewobserver.net/2011/04/ ... city-neighborhood-bistro/

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The Barge Inn is a warm and cozy Italian restaurant on the corner of 3rd and Monmouth Streets in Jersey City that offers lovers of Italian cuisine authentic family recipes in an atmosphere that makes you feel like you were invited to dinner at a friend’s home. And that’s just the way Linda and Peter “Bitzy” Paldino and Linda’s brother Richie Marto, who oversees The Barge Inn’s bar around the corner, want you to feel.

 Linda and Bitzy have been married 31 years and not only are they partners in life, they’re partners in business. They have a son Richard who is  a Detective on the East Orange Police Force for 6 years...

Posted on: 2014/5/2 11:08
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Re: jclist.com CRASHED 3 weeks of data lost
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Wait, what thread? Damnit!


Now you got it... what thread?


Nice work, Monk.

Posted on: 2014/5/2 0:16
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