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2018-19 Winter Snow

May 10, 2019
2018-19 Snow Statistics - Linden, Virginia

Here are the snow statistics collected for our location along the Appalachian Trail in Warren County, Virginia. At a little over 30 inches of snow, last year ended up in the middle in terms of snow accumulation.

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January 13, 2019 Snow Storm

January 14, 2019
Shiloh, the Newest Member of our Family

This past weekend, we picked up two rounds of snow for a total of 10″ here in the Blue Ridge Mountains near Linden, Virgina. Here are a couple of photographs and a video: Photos Video

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2017-18 Winter Report

April 10, 2018
Snowy Road on March 22, 2018

Despite some significant cold spells, the winter of 2017-18 was our second one in a row featuring low snow totals. Interestingly, the biggest snowfalls this past season along the Blue Ridge of Northern Virginia occurred in March and December, not January or February. After waking up to a coating of snow on the deck yesterday,…

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First Snow of the Season

December 12, 2017
Ready at the Top of the Backyard Hill

Last Saturday, December 9th, 2017, we had our first snowfall of the season. I measured 4″ of snow in the backyard during the late afternoon. It was nice because the trees were pretty but the roads weren’t too bad. My girls enjoyed the day riding saucers down the back yard hill: Also since railroad photography…

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2016-17 Snowfall Report

March 19, 2017
Cara made a snowman with the last of the snow on 3/18/2017.

Since I started keeping track of snowfall here in 2009-10, this was the least snowy winter I’ve measured. Nothing in December was followed by a series of small snowfalls in January and February. There was one promising snow storm in March, but even that underperformed versus forecasted totals. I doubt we’ll get any more snow…

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A Little More Snow

January 25, 2017
A Snowy Morning in the Blue Ridge Mountains

There was a period of snow this past Monday followed by a little more overnight to add up to another two inch snowfall this year. Here’s a shot Kristy took in the front yard. It was definitely an elevation-dependent event… the bottom of the mountain had no snow!

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