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Rolling Through The Snow and Cold

January 8, 2015
Rolling Through The Snow and Cold

Tuesday morning, The Alberta Clipper system brought 5.5 inches of snow here in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Northern Virginia. Some Virginia counties did not cancel school on Tuesday which led to some problems as reported by The Washington Post: Teen drivers crashed on the way to classes. School parking lots turned into gridlock, leaving…

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2014 Fall Snow Report

January 5, 2015
2014 Fall Snow Report

Fall Snow Historical Data With the Thanksgiving Eve snow, we got off to an exciting start to this winter’s snow season. Here’s a table showing both meteorological and astronomical fall over the past six seasons. December and A Look Ahead 2014 was the first year with no December snow since I started keeping records in…

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Thanksgiving Eve Snow

November 26, 2014
Thanksgiving Eve Snow

Around 4:30p today, I went out and measured 9.5″ of snow as it was tapering off and was about to post. Then, we lost power (it was restored at 8:45p). Anyway, here are a few shots my wife got this afternoon. Today’s snow was actually not the first snow of the year (we picked up…

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Red Wagon in the Snow

February 25, 2014
Red Wagon in the Snow

This morning, we had a period of moderate snowfall giving us a fresh 3 inches of snow. My daughters’ wagon was left out it the bright red color stood out. Another bit of snow is expected tonight.

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Snow Day

January 21, 2014
Girls on the Sled

The snow is still coming down this evening. There were 5 inches of fresh snow at last measurement. The girls had a great time in the snow this afternoon.

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Fall Snow Report

December 22, 2013
Fall Snow Statistics

Our snow cover is all gone now thanks to record-breaking warmth. However, I did enjoy the several fall snow events we had this year. Here’s a comparison of recent fall snow seasons at my location in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Northern Virginia for both astronomical fall (that ended yesterday) and meteorological fall (that ended…

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