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Zeta to snow....
« on: October 30, 2020, 1301 UTC »
So, the tail end of Zeta has ushered in snow to Connecticut.  It is 33F (at 1300utc) and has been moderately snowing since 1200utc, they expect us to receive a couple inches by 1600utc.  Yes, it is not a Rocky Mountain State snowfall but from what I heard only the 7th measurable October snowfall in Connecticut in 115 years, remarkable on that account.

1245 utc & 1345 utc. https://imgur.com/a/w1ZtD8R
About a half inch of snow at 1345 utc, predictions now raised to 3-5 inches before post-1600 utc conclusion.  Now 33F at 1345 utc.

1545 About 2 inches of snow, 34F, and plow came through to clear the road.  Still moderately snowing.
« Last Edit: October 30, 2020, 1617 UTC by Ct Yankee »
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