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2017/2018 Seasonal snowfall totals

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12/9 - 5.7"

12/13 - 1.1"

12/15 - 1.8"

12/30 - 2.8"

1/4 - 4.5"

1/17 - 0.9"

1/30 - 0.1"

2/7 - 0.1" (sleet)

2/17 - 3.1"

3/2 - 0.7"

3/7 - 10.9"

Seasonal Total - 31.7"

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Center City

12/9 - 5.0

12/13 - 0.9

12/15 - 2.3

12/30 - 1.6

1/4 - 3.6

1/17 - 0.5

2/17 - 1.4

3/2 - 1.7

3/7 - 5.9

Total: 22.9

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2017/18 Seasonal Snow to Date: 40.2"

 12/9 (5.0")

 12/13 (1.3")

 12/15 (1.3")

 12/25 (0.3")

 12/30 (3.8")

1/4 (3.5")

1/16 (0.3")

 1/17 (1.8")

1/30 (1.3")

 2/4 (0.5")

 2/7 (0.5")

 2/17 (5.8")

 3/2 (3.3")

 3/7 (11.5")

 

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guessing this is average now or slightly above, paced by Dec + March

Dec 9 - 4.6

Dec 13 - 1.3

Dec 15 - 2.5

Dec 30 - 2.2

Jan 4  - 1.6

Jan 16 - 0.3

Jan 17 - 1.3

Jan 30 - 0.6

Feb 4  -  0.1

Feb 17 - 2.3

Mar 2  - 0.2

Mar 7  - 6.8

total - 23.8

New London

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18 hours ago, Chubbs said:

guessing this is average now or slightly above, paced by Dec + March

Dec 9 - 4.6

Dec 13 - 1.3

Dec 15 - 2.5

Dec 30 - 2.2

Jan 4  - 1.6

Jan 16 - 0.3

Jan 17 - 1.3

Jan 30 - 0.6

Feb 4  -  0.1

Feb 17 - 2.3

Mar 2  - 0.2

Mar 7  - 6.8

total - 23.8

New London

Not sure what New London averages but lower spots under 350ft at Coatesville averaged 32" from 1894 to 1983 based on co-op reports. Based on your distance/direction from Coatesville I would bet your average is in the upper 20's to near 30" annual.

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1 minute ago, chescopawxman said:

Not sure what New London averages but lower spots under 350ft at Coatesville averaged 32" from 1894 to 1983 based on co-op reports. Based on your distance/direction from Coatesville I would bet your average is in the upper 20's to near 30" annual.

I don't think it's that high. I would think middle 20s would be my guess. Heck abe avgs 32". Can't see his location being 2-3" less than them. 

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4 minutes ago, tombo82685 said:

I don't think it's that high. I would think middle 20s would be my guess. Heck abe avgs 32". Can't see his location being 2-3" less than them. 

Tom you may be right...do you know what ABE's elevation? I thought they were similar in the 350-385 ft ASL which is the elevation of all of historical Coatesville obs were taken from 1894 to 1983 - surprised Coatesville is the same as ABE at 32"

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2 minutes ago, chescopawxman said:

Tom you may be right...do you know what ABE's elevation? I thought they were similar in the 350-385 ft ASL which is the elevation of all of historical Coatesville obs were taken from 1894 to 1983 - surprised Coatesville is the same as ABE at 32"

They are at 394'

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23 minutes ago, tombo82685 said:

They are at 394'

I am surprised same exact snow as Coatesville with less latitude and similar elevation....

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1 hour ago, chescopawxman said:

Not sure what New London averages but lower spots under 350ft at Coatesville averaged 32" from 1894 to 1983 based on co-op reports. Based on your distance/direction from Coatesville I would bet your average is in the upper 20's to near 30" annual.

We are quite a bit further south than Coatesville. We generally do a little better than phl. I only have complete data since 09/10 - 36" here and 34" phl. 

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19 minutes ago, tombo82685 said:

What’s avg for philly, 22.3?

Don't short change us lol, 22.4".

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Tom sorry for the tape delay, but I have noticed some of these observers put in the info after the fact

 

From March 7th:

Mount Laurel  7.1" new / 27.3" total

 

Same format below: 

 

NJ-AT-5 Hammonton 5.5" / 22.5"

NJ-AT-11 Estell Manor 3.0" /17.3"

 

NJ-BT-3 Burlington TWP 7.0" / 26.1"

NJ-BT-6 Moorestown 9.5" / 28.2"

 

NJ-CN-24 Mount Ephraim 6.0" / 20.5"

NJ-CN-5 Winslow 4.8" / 22.7"

    

NJ-CM-7 Woodbine  2.0" / 19.5"

 

NJ-CD-1 Upper Deerfield 3.3" / 15.3"

 

NJ-GL-1 Pitman 7.1" / 27.5"

NJ-GL-12 Washington Township 6.5" /24.5" 

NJ-GL-41 Monroe  2.2" / 15.2"

 

NJ-MC-1 Pennington 9.2" /27.8"

NJ-MC-38 East Windsor 6.7" /28.2"

 

 

NJ-OC-56 Berkeley 1.1" / 33.8"

NJ-OC-65 Toms River 1.5" /28.0"

 

 Salem County Done Missing Data  :(

 

DE-NC-1  Newark 6.5" / 22.2"

DE-NC-10 Newport 5.8" / 21.3"

 

MD-CC-16 Elkton 3.8" / 16.5"

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As of 3/11:

 

Ewing NJ

12/9 - 5.7"

12/13 - 0.9"

12/14 - 0.6"

12/15 - 1.6"

12/30 - 2.5"

1/4 - 4.2"

1/17 - 1.0"

1/30 - 0.4"

2/7 - 0.1"

2/17 - 2.9"

3/2 - 0.2"

3/7 - 6.1"

Total - 26.2"

 

Oak Hill VA

12/9 - 3.6"

12/15 - 0.2"

12/30 - 0.4"

1/4 - 0.5"

1/17 - 0.4"

2/17 - 1.4"

3/6 - 0.2"

Total - 6.7"

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Gilly: 30"

12/9 4.6"

12/14 1.3"

12/15  1.1"

12/24-25 .4

12/30 2.1

1/4  2

1/8 .2

1/17 2

1/30 1.2

2/4 .4

2/7 1

2/17 6.1

3/2 1.3

3/7 6.1

3/13 .2

Wayne: 40.3"

12/9 4"

12/14 1.8"

12/15 2.3"

12/30 3.2

1/4 4.7

1/17 1

1/30 1.1

2/7 .3

2/17 3.2

3/2 9.3

3/7 9.2

3/13 1.2

Drexel hill: 31.5"

12/9 5"

12/14 1.2

12/15 2.5

12/30 2

1/4 4.5

1/17 1

1/30 .5

2/17 2.9

3/2 4.4

3/7 7.5

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4.0" - 12/9
2.0" - 12/14
1.4" - 12/15
0.1" - 12/24
3.2" - 12/30
3.0" - 1/4
0.1" - 1/16
1.8" - 1/17
1.3" - 1/30
0.3" - 2/4
0.7” - 2/7
4.3” - 2/17
4.4” - 3/2
5.3" - 3/7
0.1" - 3/13
 
32” total

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12/9 - 5.7"

12/13 - 1.1"

12/15 - 1.8"

12/30 - 2.8"

1/4 - 4.5"

1/17 - 0.9"

1/30 - 0.1"

2/7 - 0.1" (sleet)

2/17 - 3.1"

3/2 - 0.7"

3/7 - 10.9"

3/13 - 0.5"

Seasonal Total - 32.2"

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12/9/17:  7.3”

12/13-14/17: 1.0”

12/15/17:  0.8”

12/30/17:  2.1”

1/4/18: 0.5”

1/16/18:  0.4”

1/17/18:  2.1”

1/30/18: 0.9”
 
2/4/18: 1.0”
 
2/7/18:  1.2”
 
2/17/18:  5.8”
 
3/7/18:  2.8”
 
3/13/18:  1.5”
 
Total: 27.4” Sinking Spring, PA

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Dec 9 - 4.6

Dec 13 - 1.3

Dec 15 - 2.5

Dec 30 - 2.2

Jan 4  - 1.6

Jan 16 - 0.3

Jan 17 - 1.3

Jan 30 - 0.6

Feb 4  -  0.1

Feb 17 - 2.3

Mar 2  - 0.2

Mar 7  - 6.8

Mar 12 - 0.5

total - 24.3

New London

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Up to 30.2" of snow for the season in Spring Mount, PA...after receiving a whopping 0.2" from the 3/13 event.

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2017/18  Seasonal Snow to Date: 42.2"

A little interesting coffee table conversation for those of you that live in Chester County Pa...do you know that the average seasonal snowfall in Chester County Pa (over 650ft) is 36.0"  - exactly the same as Chicago IL - I was on a flight today from San Francisco and my row mate was stunned at this factoid....got to love stats!

 12/9 (5.0")

 12/13 (1.3")

 12/15 (1.3")

 12/25 (0.3")

 12/30 (3.8")

1/4 (3.5")

1/16 (0.3")

 1/17 (1.8")

1/30 (1.3")

 2/4 (0.5")

 2/7 (0.5")

 2/17 (5.8")

 3/2 (3.3")

 3/7 (11.5")

3/13 (2.0")

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From March 13th:

Mount Laurel  0.4" new / 27.7" total

 

Same format below: 

 

NJ-AT-5 Hammonton 0.4" / 22.9"

NJ-AT-11 Estell Manor T" /17.3"

 

NJ-BT-3 Burlington TWP 0.3" / 26.4"

NJ-BT-6 Moorestown T" / 28.2"

 

NJ-CN-24 Mount Ephraim T" / 20.5"

NJ-CN-5 Winslow T" / 22.7"

    

NJ-CM-7 Woodbine  0" / 19.5"

 

NJ-CD-1 Upper Deerfield T" / 15.3"

 

NJ-GL-1 Pitman 0.1" / 27.6"

NJ-GL-12 Washington Township T" /24.5" 

NJ-GL-41 Monroe  T" / 15.2"

 

NJ-MC-1 Pennington 1.8" /29.6"

NJ-MC-38 East Windsor 0.5" /28.7"

 

 

NJ-OC-56 Berkeley 2.0" / 34.7"

NJ-OC-65 Toms River 1.5" / 28.0"

 

 Salem County Done Missing Data  :(

 

DE-NC-1  Newark T" / 22.2"

DE-NC-10 Newport T" / 21.3"

 

MD-CC-16 Elkton T" / 16.5"

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Zionsville, PA - Lehigh County

Total Snowfall as of March 21, 2018: 51.5"

2017-18 Snowfall Stats

Dec 09: 5.3" / Dec 14: 2.0" / Dec 15: 0.8" / Dec 24: 0.2" / Dec 30: 1.3"

Jan 04: 2.0" / Jan 08: 0.5" / Jan 16: 0.3" / Jan 17: 2.7" / Jan 30: 1.6"

Feb 02: 0.3" / Feb 07: 1.6" / Feb 18: 7.1"

Mar 02: 2.0" / Mar 07: 5.0" / Mar 12-13: 2.3" / Mar 16: 0.2" / Mar 21: 16.3"

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4.1" 12/9

1.5" 12/13

2.8”  12/15

2.1”  12/30

3.9” 1/4

1.0" 1/17

.5 1/30

2.0 2/17

4.8 3/2 

9.5” 3/7

9.8" 3/21

41.9” total 

Chadds Ford DE county elev ~ 500'

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