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The Weekend Rule? Saturday 2/17 - The Icon Storm


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8 minutes ago, Mrs.J said:

Just looked outside. Blowing snow curtains going on here. 
 

Oh and I am listening to my Pandora Thunderstorm station so pretending I have thunder snow. 

I have a playlist on Apple Music of nothing but thunderstorms. I like to go running to it in the warmer months. My per minute mile time drops significantly when I feel like I’m about to be hit by a bolt of lightning. :lol: Anyway—where is my HoCo thunder snow!? 

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1 minute ago, Chris78 said:

Someone just East of Harrisburg is going go end up with 10" that northern band is just sitting and dumping. Darks greens and yellows over the same spot. Probably 2" per hour rates

 

Some of the hills in the Lebanon area are candidates for the 8”+ jack zone. 

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12 minutes ago, Ji said:


The back edge arrived before the front edge

That happened to me once. Growing up in NJ. Watched this band of snow coming east from PA but it never made it. Front end started to dry up as the front advanced until the back edge caught up to the front end like 1 mile from me and the whole thing dried up. 

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2 minutes ago, jayyy said:

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Central MD smash coming soon


Also.. fucking Harrisburg and points just east. That band hasn’t moved

Edit — ninjad by Chris

Glad I’m not in Pine Grove anymore. Look at that subsidence just north of that band. That’s going to be the real screw zone. 

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Just now, psuhoffman said:

That happened to me once. Growing up in NJ. Watched this band of snow coming east from PA but it never made it. Front end started to dry up as the front advanced until the back edge caught up to the front end like 1 mile from me and the whole thing dried up. 

1/16/2003 same thing..we were under a warning for 5-8", and we got like 0.3".  

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