Norlun Trough


Norlun Trough: An axis of shifting winds on the NW side of a low. They are known to bring very localized, very heavy bands of snow so that one town gets buried and the next is spared. These monsters are wicked fickle and are very hard to forecast. 30 miles can make the difference between 1″ and 11″ and it’s hard to tell where exactly they’ll set up.

 

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Reliably hype-free weather info for Western Maine and New Hampshire from amateur forecaster Jack Sillin

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