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3/12 Event: Winters Last Hurrah at Least East of Mountains


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2 minutes ago, Steve25 said:

Baltimore County folks, did anyone get several inches OR pavement caving of any kind? 

Just trying to figure out where the cutoff was between areas who did very well and areas that busted

I think along a line from Reisterstown to Parkton did ok but nothing wild 

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11 minutes ago, Steve25 said:

Baltimore County folks, did anyone get several inches OR pavement caving of any kind? 

Just trying to figure out where the cutoff was between areas who did very well and areas that busted

Not in Monkton. I am about a half mile east of the NCR trail off Sheppard rd. One inch, roads fine.

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Finally a nice scenery with snow blowing sideways. Some light covering on mulch piles and just a little on grass. Not much but it’s something I guess. If we got this earlier this morning might have got a couple inches 

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This event did not fail due to "warmth" in the lowlands. The cold came in right on schedule. Lack of precip at that point is the problem, and the 6z NAM kinda nailed that. Dead zone in between the better forcing to the west behind the front, and the slug of moisture that moved along/ahead of the front that was rain.

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24 minutes ago, Steve25 said:

Baltimore County folks, did anyone get several inches OR pavement caving of any kind? 

Just trying to figure out where the cutoff was between areas who did very well and areas that busted

In Cloverly, MD we have several inches on everything else, but the pavement is still just wet.

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10 minutes ago, WxUSAF said:

IAD 3.5”

DCA 0.8”

BWI 0.4”

West is best

Cloverly area in the northern reaches of Silver Spring has about 3", though it's hard to tell with all the wind. We aren't west.

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