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1st Winter Event of 2018-19 Fall/Winter Season

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1 minute ago, timp said:

4.5” in Kutztown and will probably be at six within the hour. Looks like Berks and Lehigh could have been thrown in the WSW. 

Pretty sure places further south like Bucks and Montco could have as well.

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5 minutes ago, timp said:

4.5” in Kutztown and will probably be at six within the hour. Looks like Berks and Lehigh could have been thrown in the WSW. 

 

3 minutes ago, hazwoper said:

Pretty sure places further south like Bucks and Montco could have as well.

This is the latest that they issued -

 

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Still a moderate to heavy mix of snow and IP here in NW Chester County with an even 1" of snow and IP falling in the last hour. This brings our storm total up to 5.0".

This now marks the 2nd largest daily November snow here in the last 36 years here in Chester County-  only eclipsed by the 5.3" that fell just 4 years ago on 11/26/14.  We certainly have a good chance to surpass that mark with the snow and IP continuing to fall. The all-time November snowstorm is safe as we will not be approaching (I think) the 9.5" that fell in the County on this very date back 110 years ago back in 1908

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20 minutes ago, ChescoPaWxman said:

Still a moderate to heavy mix of snow and IP here in NW Chester County with an even 1" of snow and IP falling in the last hour. This brings our storm total up to 5.0".

This now marks the 2nd largest daily November snow here in the last 36 years here in Chester County-  only eclipsed by the 5.3" that fell just 4 years ago on 11/26/14.  We certainly have a good chance to surpass that mark with the snow and IP continuing to fall. The all-time November snowstorm is safe as we will not be approaching (I think) the 9.5" that fell in the County on this very date back 110 years ago back in 1908

Getting old I don't remember that one in 2014, sigh

check that vaguely remember Thanksgiving in Jersey telling everybody it was all white back home. 5" found it in my winter log 

 

 

 

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As of 1 pm, Philadelphia had received 2.4" snow. That surpasses the daily record of 0.2" from 1933. This is Philadelphia's largest daily snowfall on or before November 15 since 3.4" snow fell on November 7, 1953. This is also Philadelphia's second largest snowstorm on or before November 15. A total of 8.8" snow fell on November 6-7, 1953.

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