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The Equinox Eraser...(of trees, power lines, and sprouting Spring) - Obs 3.20-3.21

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Tony, quick question, in PHI's latest forecast discussion, what does STS stand for?

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1 hour ago, Rainshadow said:

My produce manager should give me the golden banana for telling him 6" to 10" on Monday, barring something weird we will end up there.

Just as I post that, looks pretty good upstream, we might pass 10", my golden banana may turn into a rotten plantain. 

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4 minutes ago, cg41386 said:

Tony, quick question, in PHI's latest forecast discussion, what does STS stand for?

Storm Total Snow. 

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7:00pm

Light Snow

31 Degrees

0.3" past hour

7.2" total today / 0.6" (sleet) yesterday

powdery snow now accumulating on all untreated surfaces, snow today essentially said FU late MAR sun angle, about as good a setup you'll get for this time of year with light & moderate snow actually accumulating all day

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Moderate snow after a lull. If it keeps up like this we'll see a few more inches on top of the 12" we already have.

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Well, I think the weenies won this round.:fall-to-pieces:

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6 minutes ago, cbelke said:

Well, I think the weenies won this round.:fall-to-pieces:

The real important question is who will win Parsley's golf balls?

Smaller flakes here, but still snowing pretty good, probably borderline moderate.

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5 minutes ago, Parsley said:

Dumpin snow with the action shot. 

 

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Nice.  Location?

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Just now, susqushawn said:

Nice.  Location?

Graterford.

(About 5 miles north of Collegeville). 

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First ob, was stuck at work all day. Nothing falling right now here in Sinking Spring, Berks, hoping we can get a backlash band to form. Measured 10.5” which includes the less than half inch we had yesterday. A great storm for the first full day of spring!

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Hey guys, 

Went around City Hall on the way home to take some video clips. I mashed 'em up here: 

 

 

What a beautiful end to winter! (Maybe...)

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ABE as of 8pm measurement 12.3" snowfall.....2.1" (12z) + 4.0 (18z) + 6.2 (0z) = 12.3".  Snow depth average 11".

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8.9" as of 8 pm in Mount Laurel; 5" in the past 6 hours.  Flakes are smaller, but still snowing pretty good.

 

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25 minutes ago, Parsley said:

Dumpin snow with the action shot. 

 

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That band is dumping over you and chris in perkasie. Congrats on a ft. 

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This seems to have come out less all around than predicted. Just finished with the blow-snower (granddaughter's term) and it's neither as deep nor as wet as billed, plus no wind.  It was a comparatively quick clean up.  We're still getting a "New England Christmas snow" ... very light, dry and powdery. I don't expect too much more accum before it quits. 

Interim report: Temp 32, wind nil. Light snow, with total accum on the ground at 7-1/8 inches (7.125 in).

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That band just got here in Valley Forge, nice pickup in intensity to hopefully nudge us to double digits

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8:00 pm

Light Snow

31 degrees

0.6" past hour

7.8" total today / 0.6" (sleet) yesterday

 

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Pine trees have had enough this MAR

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32 and 10" in Chalfont.... roads are not bad its side streets that r f'd. Back to pushing' snow.  Peace out snow weenies!!!

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