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47 minutes ago, T. August said:

Be careful about parking on slopes. You can see where I parked it last night, and what I walked out to this AM. Slid back 20’ and only stopped because it hit the lawn.

 

 

I think this happened to me as well.  I opened my window this morning and looked at my car and it was pretty clearly behind where it was parked before.  There was a clear outline of snow with my car about 6ft behind it.  I was baffled.  

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Just now, WxUSAF said:

I think this happened to me as well.  I opened my window this morning and looked at my car and it was pretty clearly behind where it was parked before.  There was a clear outline of snow with my car about 6ft behind it.  I was baffled.  

It creeped me out lol. That’s the only way I can describe it.

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Barometric pressure fell here in the past 48 hours from 30.62" on Sunday morning to 29.69" this morning.  Winds should start ripping this afternoon when it recovers.

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3 hours ago, T. August said:

Be careful about parking on slopes. You can see where I parked it last night, and what I walked out to this AM. Slid back 20’ and only stopped because it hit the lawn.

 

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Yep, had same happen to me back in winter 09/10, slid about 20-25 feet from where I parked the night before...

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Interesting, never seen a wind advisory two counties wide that has no ridge along its axis and it only last for 4 hours.  Potomac River wind tunnel/channel from 2-6 pm tomorrow.

Have been patiently awaiting out of curiosity. I’m 1.4 miles west of the Potomac as the crow flies.


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Lost some snow pack today. Some grass starting to come through in spots. Average of probably 3 or 4 inches left on most of the yard. Not expecting much left by Friday

24th day of Snow-cover. Crazy.

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4 hours ago, CAPE said:

Have the frozen highlands of northern Carroll hit 32 yet?

It was 44 when I left an hour ago. In Baltimore for vaccine shot.  Snow was holding on ok. It’s compacting but it’s so thick not melting easy.

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When I arrived home from work this afternoon the snow cover was still "shining" from the glaze on top.  Wife just came inside from being out and said excitedly that she saw a patch of grass.  Still 46 degrees at this hour with massive melting going on.

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21 minutes ago, losetoa6 said:

Didnt think it was supposed to get that cold last night.  26 when I left . Everything a block of ice again. 

Yeah I’m sure the snowpack and relatively clear skies helped maximize cooling but it’ll be short lived. The melt will be on in a couple hours :sun:

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Got down to 23 this morning.  Snow pack is frozen so hard, I had to slice at the top of it with a metal ruler to be able to penetrate it to get a measurement.  3.5" depth.

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10 minutes ago, vastateofmind said:

Currently 28, light frost. With today's forecasted high of 64, the last few sad, small sleet piles that remain in the shadows will be toast.

33 and I can hear the faint screams of the last few tiny sleet piles in the shade as they head for the plank.  P&C high is 64 but think we easily beat that under full sun.

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Hopefully the last of the slop pack melts off today and we can get some dryness. I need to till my garden plot in the next couple weeks so I need dry. I don't care if it's warm dry or cold dry. Just need dry. It's been a swamp for 2 years and I'm totally over it. This tropical environment is killing off my oak trees too. I guess I should replace them with palm trees.

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