Tuesday, February 12, 2008

10:30 PM Storm Update

Here is the latest radar image from weathertap focused on Pennsylvania. No, that is not all rain. I didn't put the precipitation types because the radar is doing a horrible job with them.
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As of 10PM, there was freezing rain in Buffalo and Rochester, with a "dry slot" lifting through Pennsylvania and the Southern Tier. It was having some trouble making progress north, but at the very least it it has significantly decreased the precipitation intensity over the area. The precipitation to the west of this dry slot is making progress east and will move in after midnight, probably as sleet and/or rain. Behind that, there is some more snow, but I do not see it being a big enough issue to close schools tomorrow. Delays are possible because of the ice and snow totals will end up in the 2-5" range.

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