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PHL: Depth vs. fall


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For the big storms... note that max depth is the climo depth, so since the 40s that's 7AM, before then 7PM.

 

1/22-23/2016

Fall 22.4, Max Depth 18 (difference 4)

 

1/21/2014

Fall 13.5, Max Depth 13 (difference 1)

 

1/26-28/2011

Fall 15.2, Max Depth 13 (difference 2)

 

12/26-27/2010

Fall 12.4, Max Depth 10 (difference 2)

 

2/9-10/2010

Fall 15.8, Max NEW Depth 7 (depth at start 11, at end 18) (difference 9)

 

2/5-6/2010

Fall 28.5, Max Depth 20 (difference 9)

 

12/19-20/2009

Fall 23.2, Max Depth 21 (difference 2)

 

2/11-12/2006

Fall 12.0, Max Depth 10 (difference 2)

 

1/22-24/2005

Fall 13.2, Max Depth 12 (difference 1)

 

2/15-17/2003

Fall 20.7, Max NEW Depth 21 (depth at start 2, at end 23) (difference 0)

 

1/7-8/1996

Fall 30.7, Max Depth MISSING

 

3/13-14/1993

Fall 12.0, Max Depth 12 (difference 0)

 

2/11-12/1983

Fall 21.3, Max NEW Depth 21 (depth at start 1, at end 22) (difference 0)

 

2/18-19/1979

Fall 14.3, Max NEW Depth 14 (depth at start 6, at end 20) (difference 0)

 

2/5-7/1978

Fall 14.1, Max Depth 14 (difference 0)

 

1/19-20/1978

Fall 13.2, Max Depth 11 (difference 2)

 

12/24-25/1966

Fall 12.7, Max Depth 12 (difference 1)

 

2/19-20/1961

Fall 13.2, Max Depth 11 (difference 2)

 

12/11-12/1960

Fall 14.6, Max Depth 12 (difference 3)

 

2/15-16/1958

Fall 13.0, Max Depth 12 (difference 1)

 

2/28-3/1/1941

Fall 15.1, Max Depth 9 (difference 6)

 

1/22-24/1935

Fall 16.7, Max Depth 15 (difference 2)

 

1/28-29/1922

Fall 12.3, Max Depth 10 (difference 2)

 

4/3-4/1915

Fall 19.4, Max Depth 15 (difference 4)

 

12/25-26/1909

Fall 21.0, Max Depth 16 (difference 5)

 

2/4-6/1907

Fall 12.7, Max Depth 7 (difference 6)

 

2/12-14/1899

Fall 18.9, Max NEW Depth 17 (at start 9, at end 26) (difference 2)

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1983 as well, at least with fall matching depth.  PD2 wins from longevity's standpoint, tho, since it lasted longer and didn't settle.

 

On the other hand the Feb 2010 storms have LES-type settling. I don't recall those storms settling at an unusual rate.

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