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January 31st - February 1st Clipper

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Approaching 2 inches. I can't complain. I remember saying I would be happy with an inch. Well I got it but annoying 10 miles north and east has 4

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Got 1.5" here. We've got a lot of snow, everywhere, and I dread what it's going to be like by Monday. I know I hated having to dress the dog up for the arctic, but having her have to go out in knee-deep mud (her knees, lol) is going to be far worse! 

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2.25" in Findlay. Enough to keep the schools shut down and the wife and kids home again.

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Nothing on radar currently, but still getting some super fine snow falling here. Might just be from some blowing from the snow on the ground but man its pretty. Impossible to get on camera/video however. 

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27 minutes ago, Virus047 said:

Nothing on radar currently, but still getting some super fine snow falling here. Might just be from some blowing from the snow on the ground but man its pretty. Impossible to get on camera/video however. 

I call that snizzle lol same going on here. 

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4 minutes ago, BigMirg said:

I call that snizzle lol same going on here. 

LOL! I'll keep that in mind. Snizzle still falling currently. 

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25 minutes ago, RobB said:

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They definitely need to expand that 6" yellow strip further east...Lots of 6-7" reports & pics throughout Union/Delaware/Licking counties...

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Just now, MesoscaleBanding said:

They definitely need to expand that 6" yellow strip further east...Lots of 6-7" reports & pics throughout Union/Delaware/Licking counties...

Buddy has 6 in Zanesville. 

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29 minutes ago, RobB said:

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Looks about right from the reports in here

probably not totally up to date yet but it’ll get there

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Definitely a fun one. Would do again. 

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Right at about 6 inches here, a few miles east of Troy.  

It's starting to melt a bit and compact.  

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Just over 6 inches. Just measured... so there may have been a little melt....

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Definitely a win here if you disregard the fact the snow will melt tomorrow. Easily 5-7" of snow on the ground. 

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Ended up with just under 6.5 in Johnstown. Great, great little system.

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I posted these in the Arctic cold thread but figured I would place them here also.  Last night's freezing fog, drizzle and flurries created a very scenic look when combined with the snows from this system

 

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I was in forest park last night and it looks like they got a good inch and a half there

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