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  1. Mostly rain, but some fat flakes mixed in here in Towson.
  2. Same here. Do we think the heavier returns just to the west will flip it back or is it over?
  3. All snow here at about 460 ft elevation a mile north of the city line just south of Towson University.
  4. Interesting. Although it's just the latest run, in my opinion the ECMWF maps are already more accessible and easy to use on than they have been previously on any free site.
  5. Possibly leveraging his new status with CATO, Maue has an op-ed for the WSJ dated yesterday afternoon (not sure if it made it into the print edition today): Climate Change Hype Doesn’t Help The bigger issue than global warming is that more people are choosing to live in coastal areas. . . . Although a clear scientific consensus has emerged over the past decade that climate change influences hurricanes in the long run, its effect upon any individual storm is unclear. Anyone trying to score political points after a natural disaster should take a deep breath and review the science first.
  6. Snow mixing in again in Towson after sleeting since about 130 a.m.
  7. This counts as an observation, right? "Massive snow pile still melting away in South Baltimore" http://www.baltimore...0601-story.html
  8. Just about to post this. Charlotte is also 3" but in the 1" contour.
  9. About 0.3 on grassy surfaces and the deck in Towson with very light steady snow. 8 inches? Doubt it.
  10. Posting my question on the below here instead of in the obs thread... Wondering when the earliest post about this storm took place. There was a d10 threat being thrown around a lot around Jan. 12... was there anything earlier?
  11. HRRR gives me, the I-95 corridor between Harford County and DC, all of AA and Charles Co. MD and most of Fairfax and Prince William Co. VA an ADDITIONAL 3+" from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m., with a smidgen more after that and with a few locations getting 4+". Ridiculous.
  12. About right for me. Ripping the last couple of hours. Four inches where I shoveled about 830.
  13. Dunno... looks like it's starting to fight back on radar. Might just barely miss us or be very short lived here.
  14. Looks a lot like what was progged on a few of the models.