More Heavy Snow On The Way

The morning weather map showed another double-barreled storm headed this way.  Low pressure near Kansas City and another on the gulf coast near New Orleans will phase into one powerful coastal storm east of Norfolk, VA by Wednesday morning.  The end result will be more heavy snow for the Baltimore area.  Computer models are cranking out another 1.3″ to 1.5″ liquid precipitation, which should result in 12-20″ of snow across the area, with the heaviest amounts north and west of Baltimore.  And, once again, conditions look favorable for some thundersnow as the upper level low pressure system crosses the area, especially between 7am and 1pm on Wednesday.  Stay tuned for updates as the storm approaches.

Tom Tasselmyer

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2 Responses

  1. In Westminster at 7pm Tues Feb. 9th 2010 measured 4 inches of snow in our driveway. At 8pm took another measurement and recorded 6 inches. 2inch per hour accumulation!! WOW!! EXCITING HISTORIC EVENT!!

  2. Weather Update:
    Forest Hill, 21050, Harford County, Maryland.
    At 10:05 AM the snow measured at our Office 11-1/2 inches. Before this Snow event, several areas were cleared to the existing surface. The measurement was taken in three (3) seperate locations. Please update your audience viewers.
    Respectfully,
    AJ

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