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January 29, 2019 Snow Event and January 30th Snow Squall Discussion and Obs

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18 minutes ago, Newman said:

And for those in Berks County and the Lehigh Valley, the HRRR shows very impressive omega and snow growth within tomorrow's squall event around 12pm:

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Bring it!!! Snow on snow

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After the initial ground whitening burst of snow here, it's been somewhat anticlimactic since. Looks like about 0.50" here, probably won't hold up in the sun tomorrow even with the cold. Nonetheless, all snow is always appreciated here! :snowman: Currently 32.7F with a few lingering flakes.

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An unofficial 4.25 inches here in Flying Hills, Berks Co.  Nice little storm and looks beautiful on the trees before wind picks up.

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It officially snowed here for about an hour.  Coating. Didn’t measure the rainfall. Rain winner winner chicken dinner once again. 

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Down this way some light snow 10:30-11:15pm. Enough on the ground to notice with a bare coating on the car; temp.  dipped to 33F.  Oh well.

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6 inches at my house in Macungie. Blowing and drifting going to be a big problem tomorrow, especially with the squall. Roads are freezing up pretty good, temps at 19 degrees any slush is frozen now.

 

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AM low so far is our current 10.4 - of interest the 3.5" of snow yesterday melted down to 0.44" of liquid. Not surprising as all of the accumulation came with the temperature at about 33-34 degrees. Wxsim has the snow squall through here around 130-2pm with about 0.3" of snow then temps falling to single digits by 11pm with an AM low tomorrow of 1 below. That would be our 1st below zero reading here since February 24, 205. Wxsim then shows snow developing on Friday AM ending by 3pm with 1" to 2" of additional accumulation with temps holding in the teens.

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