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Summary - differences between the 2 events

  • The upper low was slightly farther to the west on the 14th (directly over central NY as opposed to just to the northeast).
  • The overall mid to upper level pattern persisted for much longer on the 5th-8th.
  • The low-level flow was slightly more northerly on the 14th.
  • A Georgian Bay connection was less prevalent across central New York on the 14th.
  • The atmosphere was more stable above the subsidence inversion on the 14th.


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