frostbite_falls

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    Frostbite Falls (ENE of Jarrettsville, Harford Co. MD)/Madison Co. Va

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  1. I was commenting on Weather Will’s post regarding the potential for 40’s this Christmas, and that that would be tolerable compared to what we had on Christmas 2015...I don’t have record of the temps, but as I recall it was approaching 70.
  2. Afraid I’m not following your question bud.
  3. 40’s for Christmas is tolerable...just never want a repeat of 2015. I had honeybees on my bird feeder Christmas morning.
  4. Grass, mulch and trash can lids caved in the last few minutes. Been all snow for a bit now, even a little stickage on the edges of concrete walk. Lovely!
  5. 30 degrees in mountains of Madison County Va.
  6. How much do you have? Around 4.5-5” here in Jarrettsville (didn’t stay on measuring today, so only a guesstimate—4.25 on trash can lid).
  7. Hopefully we’re ok this time around—he hasn’t posted since his curse -inducing rant on the 17th. Hopefully the snow gods have a short memory
  8. @T. August yeah probably so; last night he claimed he got 4.7” from the last event—I’m a couple miles north of Forest Hill and I had 3.1”. Odd that he disappeared today, huh? I think better times are ahead for us in the “pummeled” zone...hang in there.
  9. Well, per the radar look, “Beachin” and his drivel has effectively put a curse on Harford County for the evening.
  10. Hi--can anyone give some insight on fog conditions from Baltimore south past DC? I have a daughter planning to head back to college this evening and wondering if a trip delay is advised. Of course tomorrow AM may be problematic too. Thanks!
  11. Take what you need sir (but maybe not all you want)
  12. Light snow in Jarrettsville...surprised, thought it would be later. Trash can lids lightly covered already.
  13. Give it a rest cuarenta. Or provide some data to substantiate that “Significant snowfalls do not occur when in drought.”