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  1. Wasn't expecting much down here. Snowed all day, moderate at times.
  2. 1" SN, 0.75" PL, 0.10" ZR in Lynchburg. Reports of some tree damage towards Danville.
  3. Light snow has started in Lynchburg. 33/16.
  4. Eyeballing about 10" here in Lynchburg. Heaviest snow of the day.
  5. I'm certainly glad I moved to VA for warmer weather. It's going to be warmer for you guys then it will be down here.
  6. There was a tornado last week near Penn Yan...
  7. Special Weather Statement National Weather Service Green Bay WI 1137 AM CDT Sun Apr 15 2018 WIZ022-038>040-048>050-073-074-151945- Door-Outagamie-Brown-Kewaunee-Winnebago-Calumet-Manitowoc- Southern Marinette County-Southern Oconto County- 1137 AM CDT Sun Apr 15 2018 ...HISTORIC APRIL SNOWSTORM CONTINUES TO BRING BLIZZARD CONDITIONS THIS AFTERNOON... Radar indicated a large band of moderate to heavy snow across much of northeast Wisconsin. This band of snow will continue through mid afternoon, then gradually taper off to light snow or light freezing drizzle late this afternoon. Snowfall rates of 1 to 3 inches per hour are expected in the heavy snow bands. Northeast winds gusting to 35 to 50 mph will create significant areas of blowing and drifting snow and may cause some tree damage and sporadic power outages. Motorist can expect widespread visibilities of a quarter of a mile or less through mid afternoon, and at times down to near zero due to the heavy snow and blowing snow. Additional snow accumulations through late evening will be in the 5 to 10 inch range on top of what already has fallen. This is a historic April snowstorm that is expected to produce 15 to 30 inches across much of the area with locally higher amounts.
  8. KBUF tends to issue WSW rather than Ice Storm Warnings. I don't know how they come to that decision. I'm pretty sure April 2003 was a WSW. Does some else know?
  9. I think there were thunderstorms the day before.
  10. Threshold for a WSW is half an inch or more. In most areas it's a quarter.
  11. Average snow through the end of season... BUF - 6.7" ROC - 8.7" SYR - 8.5"
  12. I hope this holds together as it moves into Livingston Cty. Fingers crossed.
  13. You should check out Severe Weather Europe on Facebook. They've had some great videos from the recent arctic outbreak/snow.