Official February Summary For Baltimore

The official numbers have been released by the National Weather Service for Baltimore weather in February. The numbers are subject to review by the National Climatic Data Center but will likely go in the record books as published below.

The NASA satellite image below shows the snow remaining on the ground in early March over the Mid Atlantic and Northeastern regions of the U.S. after the February storms.

By early March 2010, several winter storms had left snow cover stretching from Canada southward to West Virginia. Mostly clear skies over the eastern United States and Canada allowed the MODIS on NASA’s Terra satellite this unobstructed view on March 6, 2010.The navy blue of the eastern Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean contrasts with the snow cover in this true-color image. South of Lake Ontario, the Finger Lakes resemble giant claw marks in otherwise snow-covered New York. Snow appears the most opaque in Ohio, central New York, and between Lake Huron and its neighboring lakes to the east. In Canada, the mottled appearance likely results from a combination of snow cover and forest.————————

JOHN COLLINS


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