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  1. About an inch in CC around 9 PM last night, since compacted/cemented up. Another rough one for the city. So it goes this winter! At least we had Friday morning's overperformer.
  2. For you folks anxiously watching further north -- we are back to a sleet snow mix in CC. Looks like the battle line may be drawn.
  3. It's reached the ground now. Sun going down no doubt helped.
  4. Just drove from the office in Wilmington, where it has been heavy snow since 3:45 and where even interstate 95 was starting to cave, to center city, where it's RAINING. Ground went from white to brown at PHL and precip went from snow to rain literally as I was entering CC. As a CC resident and snow lover this is mildly distressing, but as a study in thermal dynamics this is fascinating. #phillysnowhole
  5. Rain now flipping to snow at sea level at the office in Wilmington.
  6. Hearing occasional pings here in CC even..
  7. Center City. Hard to measure because it's compacted and begun melting in spots and I was too lazy to go measure earlier.... But measurements as of now average 3.1"
  8. Center City - moderate snow, roads coating.
  9. After some fits and starts, seem to have a fairly steady light snow now in the city. Non-paved surfaces getting a dusting, Heisenberg getting an ulcer.
  10. Very light flurries just started in Center City.
  11. Center City. Just measured 1.4" pretty consistently on all surfaces.
  12. Yeah it felt noticeably warmer here in Wilmington when I stepped off my train than it did when I left my apartment in CC this morning...
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