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ChescoPaWxman

MLK Weekend Winter Event

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50 minutes ago, Tibet said:

Decent band just came through the Easton area... not sticking to the roads but can't complain, it's fresh and white!

 

 

Some impressive large flakes mixed in for some time as well... size seems to have trimmed back back again though.

 

I take it back, definitely is sticking to the roads now... haven't checked the main roads but side streets in my area and fully white at this point.

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Currently 29F.  Any standing water is frozen.  The cars are coated with ice from yesterday's freezing drizzle but not seeing any ZR-coated trees or shrubs or other objects.  Seemed the temp hovered barely above freezing through the duration of the event and didn't hit freezing or below until after 1 am.

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Had an hour of light snow yesterday afternoon from about 1:30 to 2:30, with a slight dusting in a couple of shaded spots, then freezing rain from around 5:30 to 8:30 pm with temp at 32F, got a light coating of ice that was there this morning, looked nice in the sunlight. 36F currently. Onward to our long advertised warm spell.

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