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Central PA - Winter 2020/2021 Part 2


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36 minutes ago, dcfox1 said:

Your really close to me. I am at the top of Chickies hill  back a lane off Klinesville Rd. 

Okay yep, my buddy's parents live on one of those newer plots off of Klinesville and 441.  You have 200' of elevation on me, doesn't sound like much but can make quite a difference in marginal events.  I'll be curious to see how your totals compare to mine in certain situations.

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2 hours ago, Mount Joy Snowman said:

Howdy gents (and ladies if there are any out there), I'm a long time lurker of various weather forums but decided to finally take the plunge and join.  Been keeping fairly detailed weather data going on ten years now for my location here just south of Mount Joy in Lancaster County.  I live at the base of Chickies Ridge (Chiques if ya like), on the north side, at a low elevation of only ~360 ft.  I'm prone to some pretty decent inversions on calm clear winter nights where I'll often be 5-10 degrees colder than up on the ridge.  Of course, the opposite is true in all other scenarios, which is the vast majority of the time ha.  Anyway, now that I told you a bit about myself, let's get to tracking.  Too many impulses coming through in the next week to not cash the goods on something.  Seemed like the perfect time to join, cheers! 

Welcome to the party!

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1 minute ago, paweather said:

yeah but it looks like it is heading straight west to east right now. 

If you follow the GFS the real punch of the storm occurs between 3Z and 9Z.  It gives me 4" between 3Z and 6Z which would be greater than 1"/hr snow rate.  I'm hoping this one delivers the goods in full.

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1 minute ago, CarlislePaWx said:

If you follow the GFS the real punch of the storm occurs between 3Z and 9Z.  It gives me 4" between 3Z and 6Z which would be greater than 1"/hr snow rate.  I'm hoping this one delivers the goods in full.

Yeah I agree I saw the GFS. And what Blizz just posted it just looked like the heavier stuff in the south was heading more west to east. Instead of more northeast. 

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