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February 10-11, 2019 | Winter Storm

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1 hour ago, StretchCT said:

Yeah, their explanation is confusing too.  I'm pretty sure they had a WWA out for you last night. Though maybe not as they seemed to skip you in the archives.  Weird.

9am disco

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.NEAR TERM /UNTIL 6 PM THIS EVENING/...
Will cancel the Winter Weather Advisory that was set to expire
at 9 am, as temperatures in far southern portions of the
forecast area, Inland Sussex, Talbot, and Caroline counties,
have risen above freezing, and any precip will fall as rain.

North of that area, for central portions of Delmarva and
extreme southern New Jersey, temperatures are hovering around
the freezing mark, so could have some more snow and/or freezing
rain. Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until noon, and
can reevaluate before then.

Otherwise, additional precip north of the I-95 corridor to
around I-195 will be light. Winter Weather Advisories currently
in effect are mainly for tonight through 1 pm Tuesday. Despite
a lull in precipitation that may last much of the day
(especially on the northern fringe of the advisory), the
slippery conditions present this morning and the potential for
more snow (followed by mixed precipitation by Tuesday morning)
suggests having the advisory expire and following it with
another advisory later may be rather confusing. The bottom line
is that societal impacts from this morning`s event will likely
continue to some degree through the time in which more mixed
precipitation occurs tonight and Tuesday.

6am disco re WWA

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 With
this in mind, and with another round of wintry precipitation
quick on the heels tonight and Tuesday, we have done the following
with the current winter weather advisory:

(1) Keep Sussex, Talbot, and Caroline Counties as is through 9
am. Precipitation should be mostly if not solely rain
thereafter, so no extension of the advisory appears to be
required.

(2) Keep Kent (MD), Kent (DE), Queen Anne`s, and Cape May
Counties as is through noon. Though there is some question
regarding lingering precipitation and precipitation type this
afternoon, impacts at this point in time appear to be fairly
minimal beyond this time frame.

(3) Extend the rest of the winter weather advisory through 1 pm
Tuesday. Despite a lull in precipitation that may last much of
the day (especially on the northern fringe of the advisory), the
slippery conditions present this morning and the potential for
more snow (followed by mixed precipitation by Tuesday morning)
suggests having the advisory expire and following it with
another advisory later may be rather confusing. The bottom line
is that societal impacts from this morning`s event will likely
continue to some degree through the time in which more mixed
precipitation occurs tonight and Tuesday.

 

WWA was was chester and over to philly, berks wasn't in it. Advisory issued this morning for the next part coming.

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Interesting obs at my place in Lebanon.  Temp had jumped to 36F with a DP of 31F a couple hours ago when skies brightened a little as the frontogenic forcing is to my south.  Now, clouds have thickened again, slight breeze from the NE, and my temp is dropping back to almost 33F and my DP has dropped to 27F. My guess is this is due to a mix of some drier NE ageostrophic flow north of the boundary and some re-developing lift above me is causing less solar insolation with the clouds thickening again. I assume once the snow picks up again later temps should crash back down between 28-30F for the rest of the night and most of tomorrow

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Looks like the rain snow line is right near Elkton, MD at least based off of my radar scope app. I ended up with 1.5in in Honey Brook, PA

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Can confirm that snow has started back up very lightly in Northern Chester county we will see if the bands can strengthen and start to pull together. I haven't seen snow since 11am so I hope it pulls together. 

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Pretty much every bit of white we got this morning was gone about an hour ago. Currently sitting at 34F (27F Dew Point), but the clouds have really packed back in. Anxiously waiting to see what develops over the next few hours. A lot of things still in play as this one wraps up.

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Wow, it's still snowing here. It stopped for maybe an hour then picked back up again. Seems to be melting quickly though. 

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We had a brief break a few hours ago, but now very light snow has started again. It's been snowing lightly since last night, but just an 1.5" accumulation. Not sure if this is technically part 2 starting here, or leftovers from part 1, although it all seems to be connected?

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Posting my Obs here since it's still the 11th.  Been snowing here in Cockeysville for most of day with periods of sleet.  Was at work all day so didn't get a chance to measure but our local news station said a Spotter in Cockeysville had measured 3.4 inches.  My g/f has shoveled today but since she's shoveled we've picked up another inch and it's snowing moderately here now.

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Since it´s almost 2Z on February 12th, which correlates to almost 9 PM EST on February 11th, the thread will be taken out of the OBS mode.

From now on please post the next observations in the February 12-13 thread as the new observations will be related to the storm discussed in that thread.

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Thanks PV,

I was wondering when the change over was going to happen, it's easy to see the influence the new low has on this system.

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I got between 0.25 and 0.50 inches overnight from this system that melted away by the morning.

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18 hours ago, Stxprowl said:

Cherry Hill, NJ

Light snow 30F

I got my 2” almost. My blowfish, matchbox car, and monster truck are all buried.  Only the ninja is left.

 

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I used to have the same exact ninja in my room. 😂😂😂 I might still have it somewhere in my room actually.

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16 minutes ago, StretchCT said:

I'm amused no thread for the next one (or the next one).  Figure I'd let @MaineJay @mainiac @telejunkie @TheRex open it.:classic_tongue:

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I’ve already given up on the next three systems Stretch...i’m onto a better place...where the beer flows like wine...i’m talking about a little place called “Fantasy-land”

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8 minutes ago, telejunkie said:

I’ve already given up on the next three systems Stretch...i’m onto a better place...where the beer flows like wine...i’m talking about a little place called “Fantasy-land”

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Lock it in. We should post this to Cranky and see how cranky we can get him. Mention 'trending' and post this in the same tweet and he may blow his top.

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