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  1. Did he say anything about placing the board on top of the snow after each measurement? That seems to be a point of contention to some.
  2. I measured 9.6 inches here for yesterday. Got a burst of snow for about an hour in the morning. Then for the afternoon the main band moved about 10 miles north of me. Around 6 PM it moved south and I got about an hour and a half of very heavy snow. The band started weakening but the snow lasted until almost midnight. It’s nothing compared to western New York but about what I was hoping for.
  3. Only 3.7 inches at KSYR. KBUF can start planning the victory parade for the golden snowball.
  4. Is the golden snowball race over before it even started?
  5. KBUF 190654Z 21014KT 1/8SM +SN BLSN VV002 M03/M04 A3006 RMK AO2 PK WND 22029/0607 SLP187 SNINCR 4/19 P0031 T10331039 RVRNO $
  6. They reported 4 inches between 1 and 2 AM. 19 inches on the ground.
  7. If that band is still sitting over Orchard Park on Sunday what’s the possibility that the game is either called off or played in an empty stadium. There would probably be a travel ban in effect at that time.
  8. This appears to be the time that if we are to get anything meaningful in northern Onondaga/southern Oswego counties it will happen before the band moves north. Not expecting anything blockbusters but it would be nice to at least have a couple of inches on the ground.
  9. As I mentioned in the other Ian thread, NASA made the correct decision to move the Artemis rocket from the launch pad back to the Vehicle Assembly Building. It looks like the remnants of the north eye wall will pass near or over Cape Canaveral tomorrow.
  10. Sorry, you know I meant Ian.
  11. It looks like NASA made the right decision moving the Artemis rocket back to the Vehicle Assembly Building. If Ivan stays on the current course it looks to exit the east coast around Melbourne. That would put Cape Canaveral in the remnants of the north eye wall. I don’t think that rocket was designed to withstand that kind of wind and rain.
  12. That line came through here around 11:30 PM with a burst of heavy rain. I’ve measured 4.85 inches of rain in August, most of which fell in the last 10 days. There’s a definite touch of fall in the air on the first day of meteorological fall.
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