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About umdterps29

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    Baltimore (Canton)
  1. You could be stuck in Baltimore with under 5” would you quit whining about being “fringed”?
  2. If it makes you feel any better I'm in Canton and I only have about .25" of sleet and absolutely no snow to head into tomorrow with
  3. Does anyone have a link to the HRRR or RAP or want to update us on how those are looking?
  4. I had to look really hard but flurries have begun in Baltimore City
  5. I'm in Davidsonville and the band just got here. We were getting shafted all morning with nothing more than pixie dust and now it's dumping. Everything is finally turning white. Wouldn't say 2" per hour though...
  6. I am in Canton about 4 blocks from the waterfront. Everything is still looking great here. My street is fully covered at this point. Hoping to stay snow as long as possible
  7. I'm glad everyone is enjoying the wind but I'm starting to get really worried about my vacation flight out of BWI being cancelled in the morning
  8. Ha that could definitely be an issue. I will be sure to stick to margaritas assuming my flight leaves and I actually make it there
  9. I am supposed to catch an 8:45AM flight out of BWI tomorrow morning to Mexico. What are the chances the wind delays/cancels my flight?
  10. I'm in Davidsonville and I have 23" measured in multiple locations around my neighborhood. Perhaps it's due to being further from the bay?
  11. 21.5" average of multiple measurements ranging from 20 to 24 in Davidsonville at 5:35PM. That is somewhere in the range of 5 to 9 inches received since the lull ended this afternoon
  12. Measured 19.5" in Davidsonville. Was at 15" around 5am before entering the big lull and only picked up about an inch and a half after then before picking back up in the last hour and a half.
  13. Need the precip field to start filling back over the bay or the system to make a strong pivot or we are going to hit a dry spot in the Annapolis area shortly