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Blizzard of 93

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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
    KMDT
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    Marysville, PA

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  1. Spring 2018

    I have had enough of the rain this week! However, I just found myself looking at the radar, wishing that a snowstorm was incoming with the precip that is currently developing to our South that is crawling up the coast. It would be awesome to get a week of precip like this in the winter. We would be buried in snow. Ok, back to reality now ! I am looking forward to a week of sunny & dry weather with temps in the 70’s. That should not be too much to ask for in May!
  2. Spring 2018

    It sounds like you guys got hit hard by that storm. We had a few small branches come down, but nothing too bad despite the strong wind.
  3. Spring 2018

    Tornado warning for Harrisburg area ! I can’t remember last warning for my back yard?
  4. Spring 2018

    The CTP warning says up to ping pong ball sized Hail ! This could be crazy here shortly for the Harrisburg area.
  5. Spring 2018

    Minneapolis & Green Bay got hammered with historic snow. Their radar & Blizzard Warnings were entertaining to watch as the storm crushed them with snow.
  6. Spring 2018

    Another wintry April day ! I saw at least 3 rounds of snow showers today in Harrisburg & Marysville. We should have actually had more April snow if the storm on the 7th had hit us. A couple of days before it looked likely that we would get 3-6 inches of snow, but it ended up missing because of too much cold air that pushed the front to our south. This late winter/early spring has been memorable & has become one that we will mention for years to come.
  7. Spring 2018

    Does anyone think that the snow showers in WV, OH & IN will make it all the way through CTP, including the LSV tonight?
  8. Spring 2018

    What a crazy swing in temps from yesterday to this am ! I spent most of the day in the yard yesterday in what felt like mid summer, & now it feels like early winter. CTP even added the chance of this heavy rain storm possibly mixing with snow showers at the end of the event !
  9. Spring 2018

    Light snow is ongoing in Marysville. Some flakes are trying to stick to the cartops now. The radar continues to fill to the west in CTP. I’m hoping for a covering on the grass & a car topper. I’m going to enjoy it this evening. It could be our last flakes until next fall!
  10. Spring 2018

    The 18z GEFS says that we might not be done yet with cold & perhaps a little more snow. After the warmup at the end of this week, we should go back to below normal temps.
  11. Spring 2018

    Tomorrow into Tuesday am could be the last chance to see snow flakes for many of us until next Fall. CTP has a 70 % chance of a rain/snow mix changing to all snow tomorrow night, but not amounting to much for anyone. The radar looks interesting out in the Midwest & it should be just cold enough for some flakes. Maybe MDT will squeeze out a few more tenths of an inch to pad the stats.
  12. Spring 2018

    It’s hard to believe that with this radar & the cold air coming back in tonight that something would not work out to deliver snow to us this weekend. Maybe we will get a last second miracle ?
  13. Spring 2018

    Joe Bastardi & Bernie Rayno are not writing the storm off & think there is a chance this still comes back north for Saturday. I think we will know by the 12z runs tomorrow am. All of the pieces should be onshore & in a better area for the models to handle. We have 3 chances in the next 5 days to get MDT 2 more inches of snow to reach the 40 inch mark for the season !
  14. Spring 2018

    Yes, I just looked it up & here it is :
  15. Spring 2018

    Crazy swing south by all the models overnight. Usually we see shifts within 3 days of 50 miles or so per run, but the NAM for example shifted a couple hundred miles south in 1 run ! Still 48 hours to go, let’s see what today brings.
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