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April Discobs 2021


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7 minutes ago, mappy said:

rain. just rain. not a single mangled melted snowflake. just rain. 

I heard it hitting the windows and thought it might have been sleet.  Nope.  Just really thick drops of water.  It wasn't snow that fell thousands of feet only to melt instantly.  My spring flowers are loving the rain and only rain.

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4 minutes ago, H2O said:

I heard it hitting the windows and thought it might have been sleet.  Nope.  Just really thick drops of water.  It wasn't snow that fell thousands of feet only to melt instantly.  My spring flowers are loving the rain and only rain.

April showers brings May flowers!

Seems like you have to be pretty far west to see snow, or up north in central to northern PA. Fine by me, they can have it. 

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9 minutes ago, WxUSAF said:

WBAL showed traffic cams from somewhere in MD with snow on the grass and snow falling. I couldn’t hear the location. Presumably northern Frederick or Carroll county.

Frostburg

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34 minutes ago, losetoa6 said:

Hrrr with some convective possible SS later in far nw areas .

 

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And more overnight SS

 

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Rt 15 corridor north of FDK will probably have some flakes flying at times today. Mix in the lower elevations, but Camp David and the ridges will probably get a brush of white. Pretty stout little trough over the NE today. Thicknesses were 516-520 down into PA. Pretty remarkable for this time of year. I always welcome little blasts of cool before the inferno kicks in. At the same time, it's this time of year I like temps perfect for sunroof open and baseball on the radio ^_^

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1 hour ago, losetoa6 said:

Hrrr with some convective possible SS later in far nw areas .

 

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             The freezing levels are really low, so I'm pretty sure that any heavier cores like that would put down some hail or graupel here in the metro areas.

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8 minutes ago, high risk said:

             The freezing levels are really low, so I'm pretty sure that any heavier cores like that would put down some hail or graupel here in the metro areas.

so not snow

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