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RuggedHunter

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    Rittenhouse Gap; SE Berks Co., PA ~1050 feet

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  1. RuggedHunter

    February 16-18, 2019 | Winter Storm

    I'm not sure how to officially measure ice accretion, but im eyeballing well over 0.10 here...I think. Edit: Almost all freezing rain with occasional IP.
  2. RuggedHunter

    January 29-30, 2019 | Winter Storm

    Steady moderate snow....eyeball says 1.5 inches here. Rittenhouse Gap, PA (SE Berks County)...about 1050 ft. Noticeably a little more up here than down the hill in Alburtis. Not sure it'll matter much in the end though.
  3. RuggedHunter

    January 29-30, 2019 | Winter Storm

    We still liking a subtle disturbance off the coast to enhance inland snow this afternoon?
  4. RuggedHunter

    January 29-30, 2019 | Winter Storm

    1. 8 inches 2. Anything that keeps me at work past 1:00 3. A slow accumulation that keeps me at work past 1:00
  5. RuggedHunter

    January 29-30, 2019 | Winter Storm

    Rittenhouse Gap, PA - 1050 ft Temps crashed to 20 a few hours ago and have held steady since 7ish. It feels quiet outside. Clear sky. 59% humidity. I'm rooting for a quick thumping surprise or a complete bust, because otherwise it's a tricky call for me to pull our fleet off the roads. I had 9 trucks stranded in the November surprise.
  6. RuggedHunter

    January 19-21, 2019 | Winter Storm

    Cutting it close, but I think we barely stay snow for the thump. Rittenhouse Gap, SE Berks 1050 ft.
  7. RuggedHunter

    January 19-21, 2019 | Winter Storm

    Apologies ahead of time for the noobish question. With all the talk about potentially "historic/generational/biblical" icing...precip rate is pretty high for this storm, right? If the p-type is IP, it seems like there might be significant accumulation in some spots, but wouldn't necessarily stick to tree limbs and power lines..but roads would be awful. But, if p-type is ZR wouldn't the high rate of precipitation actually work against accretion on all surfaces? * Runs back to the shadow *
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