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Tuesday 1/7/20 Disco snow event

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2 minutes ago, DDweatherman said:

Just over 4 out here off Uniontown Rd, I’m assuming you’re up near the Mayberry/Silver Run area? 

Futher north . About 1.5 miles from the Pa line just west of 97.

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2 minutes ago, Amped said:

If only it could stall for a few more hours.

How did your area do? Looks like some good totals around I-81.

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Moderate to large aggregates out there, though looks to be ending pretty soon. I could definitely see some pristine dendrites attached within some of the larger aggregates, so these low-density particles will help bump the snowfall accumulation/ratios here.

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Just now, Fozz said:

How did your area do? Looks like some good totals around I-81.

I moved further east so I'm in Columbia now.   Probably doing better than Frederick in this storm, we might have close to 3" now

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4 minutes ago, losetoa6 said:

Futher north . About 1.5 miles from the Pa line just west of 97.

Gotcha, sounds like Blacks schoolhouse rd area, love driving back there and off stone, would be a scenic morning tomorrow to cruise. 

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2.4" at 510

4.3" at 610

Can only imagine how psu did

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Back edge almost through. That last band was really nice. Reminded me of the high ratio snows you get in the big storms from the CCB.

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Just now, osfan24 said:

Back edge almost through. That last band was really nice. Reminded me of the high ratio snows you get in the big storms from the CCB.

It was exaclty that but on a very small scale. Winds turned, temps dropped, dendrites grew. Fun afternoon. 

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Finally some fatties falling in Dundalk. Maybe close to 0.5”. Better than nothing I guess but still kind of disappointing verbatim here. Congrats western folk

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10 minutes ago, Amped said:

I moved further east so I'm in Columbia now.   Probably doing better than Frederick in this storm, we might have close to 3" now

Oh definitely.  We may have hit 2" in the Frederick area.

 

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8 minutes ago, Bob Chill said:

It was exaclty that but on a very small scale. Winds turned, temps dropped, dendrites grew. Fun afternoon. 

The CCB in the 2016 blizzard was just awesome. It was just dumping snow and the winds were whipping once it swung a bit east and got me for several hours in the afternoon. It was just west of 95 most of the morning. You literally couldn't see a few houses down the street, and it was so cold.

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It won’t show in the record books, but one of the more fun storms of the past 5 years.  2 hours of mod to heavy rates. Not much to show for it, but fun. Would take over 12 hours of light.

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This has certainly been a nice treat! While I obviously LOVE the big snows...I am growing to appreciate the smaller ones too. Any event that accumulates even an inch still creates a wintry atmosphere :)

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4” total 12 miles WNW of Westminster

my brother who lives on 108 in Columbia said about 2-2.5” 

not too shabby Considering half of the board was claiming it was too warm yesterday for snow to stick (debunked every single time)  Elevation per usual played a role in how quickly the snow stuck. Didn’t take very long up here in Union bridge.. versus along the 95 corridor. 

glad we could sneak one out in a pretty horrendous pattern. 

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Snowfall looked nice all throughout with some heavier looking flakes just in the past half hour but it's had a lot of trouble accumulating around Patterson Park. Seems nearly finished, flakes are getting smaller again. Wish there'd been enough to at least clean cover the grass and give the trees some white branches but it was nice to at least watch it fall. Half an inch probably.

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