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02-13-2007, 04:27 PM
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Winter weather thread 2/12/07-2/14/07
Storm Summary Number 4 For Midwest And Northeast U.s. Winter Storm
Nws Hydrometeorological Prediction Center Camp Springs Md
300 Pm Cst Tue Feb 13 2007

...major Winter Storm Tracking Northeast...bringing Snow...sleet
And Freezing Rain To The Midwest And Middle Atlantic...

Blizzard Warnings Are In Effect For Portions Of Central And
Eastern Illinois...indiana And Northwestern Ohio.

Heavy Snow Warnings Are In Effect For A Small Portion Of Eastern
Indiana...west Central Ohio...and Into The Northeast Including
Northern Pennsylvania...new York...north Central
Connecticut...western Massachusetts...all Of Vermont...and
Southwestern New Hampshire.

Winter Storm Warnings Are In Effect For A Large Section Of The
Midwest...northern Mid Atlantic...and Northeast Including
Southeastern Iowa...northeastern Missouri...much Of
Illinois...indiana...ohio...southern
Michigan...pennsylvania...maryland...the District Of
Columbia...northern And Eastern West Virginia...northern
Virginia...northern New Jersey...southeastern New York...western
Connecticut...portions Of Massachusetts...northern Rhode
Island...new Hampshire...and Western Maine.

Ice Storm Warnings Are In Effect For Portions Of Southeastern West
Virginia And Central Virginia.

Winter Weather Advisories Are In Effect For Portions Of Central
Missouri...southern Illinois...southern Indiana...and Southern
Ohio...northern Kentucky...portions Of West Virginia...areas Of
Central Virginia And Eastern Maryland...delaware...southeastern
Pennsylvania...new Jersey...southeastern New York...southern
Connecticut...rhode Island...and Eastern Massachusetts.

A Winter Storm Watch Has Been Issued For Much Of Northern Maine.

A Snow Advisory Is In Effect For Northern Missouri.

Snow And Blowing Snow Advisories Are In Effect For Portions Of
Eastern Iowa...northern Illinois...and Michigan.

Flood Warnings Are In Effect For Extreme Southeastern Texas..as
Well As North Central Arkansas And South Central Missouri.

A Tornado Watch Is In Effect For The Florida Panhandle And
Southwestern Georgia Until 400 Pm Cst.

At 3 Pm Cst...a 1002 Millibar Low Pressure Center Associated With
The Winter Storm Was Located In Northwestern Tennessee And Is
Forecast To Move Northeastward During The Day On Tuesday. A
Secondary Area Of Low Pressure Is Expected To Develop Near The
Coast Of Georgia And South Carolina Tuesday Evening. This New Low
Pressure System Is Expected To Become The Dominant Low Tuesday
Night As It Moves Northward Along The Eastern Seaboard Toward
Southern New England While Rapidly Intensifying.

The Latest Noaa National Weather Service Radars Are Showing A
Large Area Of Precipitation Associated With This Storm Across The
Midwest And Northern Mid Atlantic...and Southward Into The
Tennessee Valley And The Eastern Gulf Coast. Locally Heavy Rain
And Thunderstorms Are Moving Eastward Across Northern Georgia
Southward Into South Florida. Snow Is Currently Falling On The
Northern Periphery Of This Precipitation Region Across The
Northern Mid Mississippi And Ohio Valleys Eastward Into The
Northern Mid Atlantic States. Freezing Rain Is Mixing In To The
South Of The Snow...and Rain Is Being Reported South Of The
Freezing Rain.

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02-13-2007, 04:28 PM
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...selected Storm Total Snowfall In Inches As Of 2 Pm Cst...

...kansas...

Marshall 11.7
Mcdonald 2 Sw 10.0
Centralia 9.0
Mcdonald 3 E 8.0
Mcdonald 1 S 8.0
Bird City 8 Se 7.0
Bremen 1 E 7.0
Concordia 1 W 7.0
Haddam 7.0
Wilson 7.0
Wilson Lake 6.8
Courtland 6.0
Miltonvale 6.0
Norway 6.0
Luray 6.0
Osawatomie 6.0
Fairfax 6.0
Gallatin 1 W 6.0
Garden City 5.0
Goodland 4.0

...nebraska...

Burwell 7.0
Auburn 6.7
Fairbury 6.5
Pawnee City 6.1
Hebron 6.0
Neligh 6.0
Nelson 6.0
Wilber 6.0
Nebraska City 5.7
Rulo 5.6
Chadron 5.0
Mid Omaha 5.0
Tryon 5.0
Oneill 5.0
Mullen 21 Nw 5.0
Spencer 5 Sse 5.0
Springview 5.0
Taylor 5.0

...missouri...

West Quincy 9.0
Mexico 8.0
Quincy 8.0
Palmyra 5 Sw 8.0
Canton 7.0
Weldon Spring 5.2
Wellsville 5.0
Fulton 5.0
O Fallon 4.8
St. Peters 4.1
Chamois 4.0
Washington 4.0
St. Louis 1.1

...iowa...

Sioux City 5.2
Burlington 4.0
Allerton 4.0
Beaconsfield 4.0
Bedford 4.0
Clarinda 4.0
Little Sioux 4.0
Lorimor 4.0
Des Moines 3.4
Davenport 3.0
Johnston 2.7
Storm Lake 2.6
Winterset 1.3

...illinois...

Mount Sterling 9.0
Quincy 8.5
Springfield 6.2
Mount Pulaski 6.0
Monticello 6.0
Rankin 5.2
Decatur 4 N 5.2
Sidell 5 Nw 5.0
Arcola 5.0
Farmer City 5.0
Batavia 4.7
South Pekin 2 E 4.1
Le Roy 4.1
Whiting 4.0
Bismark 4.0
Willowbrook 3.4
Cook 3.3
Cicero 3.2
La Grange 3.0
Macomb 1.8

...indiana...

Indianapolis 4.7
Tippecanoe 4.3
Whiting 4.0
Lawrenceburg 3.0
La Porte 3.0

...ohio...

Troy 6.5
Piqua 6.0
Eaton 6.0
Grove City 5.5
Beavercreek 5.3
Greenville 5.0
Somerset 5.0
Urbana 4.5
Wapakoneta 4.5
Xenia 4.0
Cincinnati 3.0
Columbus 2.0

...wisconsin...

Valders 5.7
Pleasant Prairie 3.3
Elkhart Lake 3.0
Rome 3.0
Pell Lake 1 Se 2.1
Brodhead 2.1
Cedarburg 1 E 2.0
Jackson 2.0
Janesville 2.0
Milton 2.0
Delavan 2.0

...west Virginia...

Romney 1 Sw 2.0
Bayard 1.6
Lost River 1.0
Keyser 2 Ssw 1.0
Lewisburg 0.5

...virginia...

Cross Jackson 1.3
Middletown 0.9
Edinburg 0.8
Dale Enterprise 0.5

...maryland...

Mt. Savage 5.0
Frostburg 1.7
Frederick 1.0

...pennsylvania...

Rockwood 4.0
Johnstown 3.0
Harrisburg 3.0
Carlisle 2.8
York Springs 2.0

...selected Freezing Rain Ice Accumulations As Of 2 Pm Cst...

...indiana...

Vigo 0.25

...illinois...

Montgomery 0.25
Charleston 0.25
Mattoon 0.20

...kentucky...

Carrollton 0.10
Owenton 0.10

...ohio...

Sharonville 0.10

...selected Storm Total Rainfall In Inches As Of 2 Pm Cst...

...texas...

Sour Lake 5.14
Evadale 3.92
Anahuac 2.75
Rockland 2.21
Lufkin 1.71
Nacogdoches 1.23
Longview 1.10
Houston Hobby Airport 1.08

...louisiana...

Fort Polk 1.81
Shreveport Regional Airport 1.34
Shreveport Downtown Airport 1.33
New Orleans/moisant 1.28

...mississippi...

Gulfport-biloxi 1.73
Tupelo/c.d. Lemons 1.50

...arkansas...

Vidette 2.50
Harriet 2.30
Fort Smith Municipal 2.24
St. Joe 2.09
Harrison/boone County 1.92
Silver Hill 1.72
Fayetteville/drake Field 1.72
Fayetteville/springdale 1.67
Hardy 1.57
Mulberry 1.52
Baxter County Airport 1.51
Mountain Home 1.47
Flippin 1.47
Harriet 1.44

...missouri...

Poplar Bluff 4.2 Nw 3.30
Poplar Bluff Municipal Airport 3.24
Alton 1.7 Nnw 3.14
West Plains Municipal Airport 2.60
Gainesville 8.2 Ne 2.53
Theodosia 6.2 Sw 2.47
Brentwood 2.47
Couch 2.43
Poplar Bluff 2.34
Cape Girardeau Municipal Airport 2.12
Ava 2.09
Wasola 1.88
West Plains 1.78
Springfield Municipal Airport 1.62
Farmington Airport 1.41
Bradleyville 1.39
Fisk 1.26

...oklahoma...

Panama 1.31
Eagletown 1.03
Big Cedar 1.02

...florida...

Milton/whiting Field 1.97
Milton 1.58
Baker 1.54
Pensacola Regional Airport 1.48
Crestview 1.29


As This Storm Moves Eastward...heavy Snowfall Is Expected Today
From Central Illinois Eastward Through Pennsylvania And Into New
England. On Wednesday...the Heavy Snowfall Potential Is Expected
To Push Into Much Of New England And Begin Exiting The Area
Thursday. Snowfall Amounts Of 6 To 10 Inches Are Possible North Of
The Ohio River Valley Into Pennsylvania. Snowfall Amounts Of 1 To
2 Feet Are Possible Across Much Of Upstate New York...including
Areas That Have Received Very Heavy Lake Effect Snow Over The Past
Week. Snowfall Amounts Of 1 To 2 Feet Are Also Possible For
Central And Northern New England Wednesday And Thursday. Closer
To The Coast...a Mixture Of Snow...sleet...freezing Rain...and
Plain Rain Is Likely Through Wednesday.

In Addition To The Heavy Snow Threat From This Storm...there Is A
Potential For Freezing Rain Across The Ohio River Valley Today.
Ice Accumulations Of Up To One Quarter Of An Inch Are Possible.
Freezing Rain Is Also Possible Across The Mid Atlantic Region From
Eastern West Virginia...virginia...the District Of
Columbia...maryland...eastern Pennsylvania...new Jersey...and Into
Southern New York And Southern New England Overnight Tonight Into
Wednesday. Ice Accumulations Of Up To One Half Inch Are Possible
Across The Mid Atlantic Region And Ice Accumulations Of Up To One
Tenth Of An Inch Are Possible For Southern New York And Southern
New England.

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02-13-2007, 04:46 PM
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Winter weather thread 2/12/07-2/14/07
I am being told that i am going to get ice but i just am not seeing it.

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02-13-2007, 05:22 PM
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Winter weather thread 2/12/07-2/14/07
Well the clouds have arrived here in Portland, Maine and the air feels like snow! Its very cold its about 18F but the wind has picked up and so with the wind chill it feels very cold.
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02-13-2007, 06:58 PM
Post: #85
Winter weather thread 2/12/07-2/14/07
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MESOSCALE DISCUSSION 0158
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
0540 PM CST TUE FEB 13 2007

AREAS AFFECTED...MD/NRN AND CNTRL VA/E WV PANHANDLE

CONCERNING...WINTER MIXED PRECIPITATION

VALID 132340Z - 140445Z

...WINTRY MIXED PRECIPITATION WILL CHANGE OVER TO MOSTLY FREEZING
RAIN THIS EVENING WITH SIGNIFICANT ICING POSSIBLE THROUGH THE
OVERNIGHT HOURS...

LATEST SFC ANALYSIS SHOWS WEDGE OF COLD AIR FIRMLY IN PLACE JUST
EAST OF THE APPALACHIANS. MAIN SFC LOW IS NOW ACROSS WRN KY WITH
SECONDARY LOW BEGINNING TO DEVELOP NEAR THE SC/GA BORDER. STRONG SFC
PRESSURE FALLS ARE OBSERVED FROM NRN GA ALONG THE ATLANTIC
SEABOARD...AND THIS IS HELPING TO KEEP THE SFC WINDS FROM THE N/NE
ACROSS MD AND VA WHICH IS REINFORCING THE COLD AIR.

THUS FAR...PRECIPITATION HAS BEEN CONVECTIVE IN NATURE...FORMING IN
A BROAD AREA OF ISENTROPIC LIFT AHEAD OF MAIN UPPER TROUGH
APPROACHING FROM IL/IND. AS SYNOPTIC LIFT INCREASES...MORE STEADY
PRECIPITATION IS EXPECTED. 18Z SOUNDING FROM RNK SHOWED SIGNIFICANT
WARM LAYER AROUND 5C AT 850MB...WHILE 18Z SOUNDING FROM IAD WAS A
LITTLE COOLER. HOWEVER...RECENT SFC OBSERVATIONS FROM THE
DC/BALTIMORE METRO AREA INDICATE PRECIPITATION HAS BEEN MAINLY
FZRA/SLEET THIS AFTN WITH MOSTLY FZRA ACROSS NRN AND CNTRL VA. WITH
WARM ADVECTION CONTINUING THIS EVENING AND OVERNIGHT...FREEZING RAIN
WILL BECOME THE DOMINANT PRECIPITATION TYPE. SIGNIFICANT ICING COULD
OCCUR GIVEN A PROLONGED PERIOD OF FREEZING RAIN EXTENDING INTO THE
OVERNIGHT.

..TAYLOR.. 02/13/2007


ATTN...WFO...PHI...AKQ...CTP...LWX...RNK...

38587642 36947842 36947911 37467984 39127927 39707866
39767643 39247580

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02-13-2007, 08:15 PM
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Winter weather thread 2/12/07-2/14/07
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MESOSCALE DISCUSSION 0161
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
0708 PM CST TUE FEB 13 2007

AREAS AFFECTED...NRN OH/NRN PA/WRN NY

CONCERNING...HEAVY SNOW

VALID 140108Z - 140615Z

...MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOW WILL MAINLY AFFECT NRN IND/SRN LOWER
MI/EXTREME NRN OH AND NRN PA BEFORE MOVING INTO NY THIS EVENING.
SNOW RATES OF 1 TO 2 INCHES PER HOUR WILL BE LIKELY...

WATER VAPOR LOOPS THIS EVENING SHOW UPPER LOW NEAR BLOOMINGTON IND
WITH MID LEVEL DRY AIR WORKING ITS WAY INTO SRN INDIANA/CNTRL KY AND
SW OH. THE LAST BAND OF HEAVY SNOW IS MOVING E/SE ACROSS CNTRL IL
WITH MODERATE SNOW EXTENDING FROM EVV TO MIE IN INDIANA. SNOW WILL
CONTINUE FOR SEVERAL MORE HOURS ACROSS IL/IND...WITH NEAR BLIZZARD
CONDITIONS AT TIMES...BUT SNOW RATES SHOULD BEGIN TO LESSEN TOWARD
MIDNIGHT.

SNOW RATES WILL INCREASE ACROSS WRN NY TONIGHT...BUT VERY DRY AIR AT
THE SFC HAS PREVENTED VERY HEAVY SNOW THUS FAR. SFC DEWPOINTS HAVE
BEEN INCREASING ACROSS NY...AND WITH HEAVY SNOW NOW ACROSS NRN
OH...IT SHOULD NOT BE TOO LONG BEFORE PRECIPITATION FILLS IN. NCEP
SREF GUIDANCE SUGGEST HEAVY SNOW WILL DEVELOP ACROSS WRN NY BETWEEN
03-06Z...WITH HIGH PROBABILITIES OF RATES AT LEAST 1 INCH PER HOUR.

..TAYLOR.. 02/14/2007


ATTN...WFO...ALY...BGM...BUF...CTP...PBZ...CLE...ILN...DTX...

41107661 40878015 40518347 41738361 42407995 43207870
43347490 42517451 41507558

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02-13-2007, 09:02 PM
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Winter weather thread 2/12/07-2/14/07
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MESOSCALE DISCUSSION 0163
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
0752 PM CST TUE FEB 13 2007

AREAS AFFECTED...SRN OH/SW PA/EXTREME WRN MD/MUCH OF WV/SW VA

CONCERNING...FREEZING RAIN

VALID 140152Z - 140645Z

...FREEZING RAIN SHOULD BE THE MAIN THREAT OVER THE NEXT FEW HOURS
WITH SIGNIFICANT ICING POSSIBLE OVERNIGHT...

EARLY THIS EVENING...FREEZING RAIN CONTINUES FROM CVG/LHQ/LBE.
AROUND THE COLUMBUS OH METRO AREA...PRECIPITATION HAS BEEN A MIX OF
FREEZING RAIN AND SLEET MOST OF THE AFTN. MEANWHILE...ENOUGH WARM
AIR ALOFT HAS BEEN ABLE TO CHANGE PRECIPITATION FROM SNOW TO FZRA
AND SLEET AT PIT. 00Z SOUNDING FROM PIT SUGGESTS ABOVE FREEZING
LAYER EXISTS FROM AROUND 850-770MB...WITH WARMEST OBSERVED TEMP
ALMOST 3C. THIS IS WARM ENOUGH TO SUPPORT FZRA AT THE SFC...AND WITH
CONTINUED STRONG WAA OVERNIGHT...A MIX OF FZRA AND SLEET ACROSS SW
PA SEEMS LIKELY.

FORECAST SOUNDINGS FROM CVG TO CMH SUGGEST PRECIPITATION WILL MAINLY
BE FZRA MIXING WITH SLEET...EVENTUALLY ENDING AS SNOW BY EARLY WED
MORNING. AS OF EARLY EVENING ACROSS WV...MOST OF THE SFC
TEMPERATURES ARE ABOVE FREEZING. HOWEVER...00Z SOUNDING FROM RNK
SHOWS STRONG WARM LAYER CENTERED NEAR 850MB...SUPPORTIVE OF FZRA
ALONG THE ERN SLOPES AS SFC TEMPS COOL BELOW FREEZING. FZRA IS
ALREADY OCCURRING ACROSS FAR SW VA AND SRN WV AND WILL CONTINUE THIS
EVENING AND OVERNIGHT.

..TAYLOR.. 02/14/2007


ATTN...WFO...CTP...LWX...RNK...PBZ...RLX...ILN...

36918110 37718130 38698036 39098015 39378055 39398148
38998228 38948369 39008409 39338410 39818269 39998225
40318120 40558024 40397868 39887871 36728077

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02-13-2007, 10:11 PM
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Winter weather thread 2/12/07-2/14/07
Storm Summary Number 5 For Midwest And Northeast U.s. Winter Storm
Nws Hydrometeorological Prediction Center Camp Springs Md
1000 Pm Est Tue Feb 13 2007

...major Winter Storm Tracking Northeast...bringing Snow...sleet
And Freezing Rain To The Upper Midwest And Middle Atlantic Along
With Heavy Rainfall And Strong Thunderstorms To The Southeast...

Blizzard Warnings Are In Effect For Portions Of Central And
Eastern Illinois...indiana And Northwestern Ohio.

Heavy Snow Warnings Are In Effect For A Small Portion Of Eastern
Indiana...west Central Ohio...and Into The Northeast Including
Northern Pennsylvania...new York...northwestern
Massachusetts...all Of Vermont...and Southwestern New Hampshire.

Winter Storm Warnings Are In Effect For A Large Section Of The
Midwest...northern Mid Atlantic...and Northeast Including Much Of
Illinois...indiana...ohio...southern
Michigan...pennsylvania...maryland...the District Of
Columbia...northern And Eastern West Virginia...northern
Virginia...northern New Jersey...southeastern New York...much Of
Connecticut...portions Of Massachusetts...northern Rhode
Island...new Hampshire...and Maine.

Ice Storm Warnings Are In Effect For Portions Of Southeastern West
Virginia And Central Virginia.

Winter Weather Advisories Are In Effect For Southern
Illinois...southern Indiana...southern Ohio...northern And Eastern
Kentucky...northwestern North Carolina...portions Of West
Virginia...areas Of Central Virginia And Eastern
Maryland...delaware...southeastern Pennsylvania...new
Jersey...southeastern New York...southern Connecticut...rhode
Island...and Eastern Massachusetts.

Snow And Blowing Snow Advisories Are In Effect For Portions Of
Eastern Iowa...northeastern Nebraska...northern And Southeastern
Illinois...a Portion Of Southwestern Indiana...and Lower Michigan.

A Flash Flood Warning Is Currently In Effect For A Small Area In
Central Alabama. In Addition...flood Warnings Are In Effect For
Extreme Southeastern Texas..as Well As North Central Arkansas And
South Central Missouri.

A Tornado Watch Is In Effect For Eastern Alabama Until 10 Pm Cst.
Additionally...another Tornado Watch Has Been Issued For Much Of
South Carolina As Well As Portions Of South Central And
Southeastern North Carolina. This Watch Will Expire At Midnight
Est.

A Tornado Warning Has Been Issued For An Area Of Intense
Thunderstorms Across Southeastern Portions Of Alabama.

At 10 Pm Est...a 1001 Millibar Low Pressure Center Associated With
The Winter Storm Was Located In Central Kentucky And Is Forecast
To Move Northeastward During The Night On Tuesday.
Additionally...a Secondary Area Of Low Pressure Has Just Developed
In Southern South Carolina. This New Low Pressure System Is
Expected To Become The Dominant Low Tuesday Night As It Moves
Northward Along The Eastern Seaboard Toward Southern New England
While Rapidly Intensifying.

The Latest Noaa National Weather Service Radars Are Showing A
Large Area Of Precipitation Associated With This Storm Across The
Upper Midwest And Northern Mid Atlantic...and Southward Into The
Tennessee Valley And The Eastern Gulf Coast. Ahead Of The Primary
Cold Frontal Boundary...a Large Area Of Heavy Rain And
Thunderstorms Has Been Progressing Toward The North-northeast
Across South Carolina. Along The Cold Front...portions Of Alabama
Have Been Experiencing Heavy Rain And Strong Thunderstorms. Snow
Is Currently Falling On The Northern Periphery Of This
Precipitation Region Across The Northern Mid Mississippi And Ohio
Valleys Eastward Into The Northern Mid Atlantic States. Freezing
Rain Is Mixing In To The South Of The Snow...and Rain Is Being
Reported South Of The Freezing Rain.

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02-13-2007, 10:12 PM
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...selected Storm Total Snowfall In Inches As Of 9 Pm Est...

...kansas...

Marshall 11.7
Mcdonald 2 Sw 10.0
Centralia 9.0
Mcdonald 3 E 8.0
Mcdonald 1 S 8.0
Bird City 8 Se 7.0
Bremen 1 E 7.0
Concordia 1 W 7.0
Haddam 7.0
Wilson 7.0
Wilson Lake 6.8

...nebraska...

Burwell 7.0
Auburn 6.7
Fairbury 6.5
Pawnee City 6.1
Hebron 6.0
Neligh 6.0
Nelson 6.0
Wilber 6.0
Nebraska City 5.7
Rulo 5.6

...missouri...

West Quincy 9.0
Palmyra 8.5
Mexico 8.0
Bowling Green 8.0
Center 8.0
New London 8.0
Quincy 8.0
Palmyra 5 Sw 8.0
Canton 7.0
Weldon Spring 6.0
Wellsville 5.0
Fulton 5.0

...iowa...

Sioux City 5.2
Burlington 4.0
Allerton 4.0
Beaconsfield 4.0
Bedford 4.0
Clarinda 4.0
Little Sioux 4.0
Lorimor 4.0
Des Moines 3.4
Davenport 3.0
Johnston 2.7
Storm Lake 2.6
Winterset 1.3

...illinois...

Willowbrook 11.2
Clayton 10.0
White Hall 10.0
Chicago-nw Side 9.5
Camp Point 9.0
Mount Sterling 9.0
Richton Park 8.9
Quincy 8.5
Plainfield 8.3
Grayslake 8.2
Payson 8.0
Griggsville 8.0
Springfield 6.2
Mount Pulaski 6.0
Monticello 6.0

...indiana...

Whiting 16.6
Highland 9.7
Hartford City 7.5
Schererville 7.1
Bluffton 6.0
Simonton Lake 6.0
Fort Wayne 6 N 6.0
Columbus Grove 6.0
Van Wert 5.6
Michigan City 5.0
Indianapolis 4.7
Tippecanoe 4.3
Whiting 4.0
Lawrenceburg 3.0
La Porte 3.0

...ohio...

Rushsylvania 9.5
Zanesfield 8.0
Springfield 8.0
Greenville 8.0
Troy 6.5
Gettysburg 6.5
Fairborn 6.5
Piqua 6.0
Eaton 6.0
Xenia 6.0
Kenton 6.0
Urbana 5.5
Grove City 5.5
Beavercreek 5.3
Somerset 5.0
Wapakoneta 4.5
Cincinnati 3.0
Columbus 2.0

...michigan...

Mattawan 4.0
Deerfield 3.2
Tecumseh 3.0
Cement City 3.0
Hastings 3.0
Battle Creek 3.0
Jackson 3.0
Schoolcraft 3.0

...wisconsin...

Two Rivers 7.0
Valders 5.7
Pleasant Prairie 3.3
Elkhart Lake 3.0
Rome 3.0
Pell Lake 1 Se 2.1
Brodhead 2.1
Cedarburg 1 E 2.0
Jackson 2.0
Janesville 2.0
Milton 2.0
Delavan 2.0

...west Virginia...

Keyser 4.6
Petersburg 2.0
Bunker Hill 2.0
Romney 1 Sw 2.0
Bayard 1.6
Lost River 1.0
Keyser 2 Ssw 1.0
Lewisburg 0.5

...virginia...

Cross Junction 2.7
Stephens City 2.0
Winchester 2.0
Boston 4 Se 2.0
Cross Jackson 1.3
Middletown 0.9
Edinburg 0.8
Dale Enterprise 0.5

...maryland...

Mt. Savage 5.0
Frostburg 5.0
Cumberland 3.0
Frederick 3.0
Norrisville 3.0

...pennsylvania...

Seneca 12.0
Culmerville 7.0
Natrona Heights 6.0
Monaca 6.0
Farrell 6.0
Penn Hills 6.0
Moon 5.5
State College 5.5
Zelienople 5.2
Altoona 5.2
Zion 5.0

...new Jersey...

National Park 2.5
Delran 1.5
Tabernacle 1.5

...delaware...

Bear 2.0
Wilmington Airport 2.0

...selected Freezing Rain Ice Accumulations As Of 9 Pm Est...

...indiana...

Sunman 0.50
Ripley County 0.30
Batesville 0.25
Osgood 0.25
Vigo 0.25

...illinois...

Montgomery 0.25
Charleston 0.25
Mattoon 0.20

...kentucky...

Florence 0.50
Fort Mitchell 0.10
Carrollton 0.10
Owenton 0.10

...ohio...

Ashville 1.50
Wilmington 0.60
Beavercreek 0.60
Trenton 0.50
Willamsburg 0.40
Columbus 0.30
Lebanon 0.30
Dayton 0.30
Westchester 0.25
Coshocton 0.25
Sharonville 0.25

...pennsylvania...

Moon 0.13

...virginia...

Floyd 0.30
Staunton 0.25
Centreville 0.20
Warrenton 0.20

...maryland...

Glen Burnie 0.20
Oxon Hill 0.20
Eldersburg 0.10

...west Virginia...

Rainelle 0.25

...selected Storm Total Rainfall In Inches As Of 9 Pm Est...

...texas...

Sour Lake 5.14
Evadale 3.92
Anahuac 2.75
Rockland 2.21
Lufkin 1.71
Nacogdoches 1.23
Longview 1.10
Houston Hobby Airport 1.08

...louisiana...

Fort Polk 1.81
Shreveport Regional Airport 1.34
Shreveport Downtown Airport 1.33
New Orleans/moisant 1.28

...mississippi...

Gulfport-biloxi 1.73
Tupelo/c.d. Lemons 1.50

...arkansas...

Vidette 2.50
Harriet 2.30
Fort Smith Municipal 2.24
St. Joe 2.09
Harrison/boone County 1.92
Silver Hill 1.72
Fayetteville/drake Field 1.72
Fayetteville/springdale 1.67
Hardy 1.57
Mulberry 1.52
Baxter County Airport 1.51
Mountain Home 1.47
Flippin 1.47
Harriet 1.44

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Winter weather thread 2/12/07-2/14/07
...missouri...

Poplar Bluff 4.2 Nw 3.30
Poplar Bluff Municipal Airport 3.24
Alton 1.7 Nnw 3.14
West Plains Municipal Airport 2.60
Gainesville 8.2 Ne 2.53
Theodosia 6.2 Sw 2.47
Brentwood 2.47
Couch 2.43
Poplar Bluff 2.34
Cape Girardeau Municipal Airport 2.12
Ava 2.09
Wasola 1.88
West Plains 1.78
Springfield Municipal Airport 1.62
Farmington Airport 1.41
Bradleyville 1.39
Fisk 1.26

...oklahoma...

Panama 1.31
Eagletown 1.03
Big Cedar 1.02

...florida...

Milton/whiting Field 1.97
Panama City/bay Co. Airport 1.67
Milton 1.58
Baker 1.54
Pensacola Regional Airport 1.48
Crestview 1.29


As This Storm Moves Eastward...heavy Snowfall Is Expected Tonight
From Central Illinois Eastward Through Pennsylvania And Into New
England. On Wednesday...the Heavy Snowfall Potential Is Expected
To Push Into Much Of New England And Begin Exiting The Area
Wednesday Night. Snowfall Amounts Of 6 To 10 Inches Are Possible
North Of The Ohio River Valley Into Pennsylvania. Snowfall Amounts
Of 1 To 2 Feet Are Possible Across Much Of Upstate New
York...including Areas That Have Received Very Heavy Lake Effect
Snow Over The Past Week. Snowfall Amounts Of 1 To 2 Feet Are Also
Possible For Central And Northern New England Wednesday And
Thursday. Closer To The Coast...a Mixture Of
Snow...sleet...freezing Rain...and Rain Is Likely Through
Wednesday.

In Addition To The Heavy Snow Threat From This Storm...there Is A
Potential For Freezing Rain Across The Ohio River Valley Tonight.
Additional Ice Accumulations Of Around One Quarter Of An Inch Are
Possible. Freezing Rain Is Also Possible Across The Mid Atlantic
Region From Eastern West Virginia...virginia...the District Of
Columbia...maryland...eastern Pennsylvania...new Jersey...and Into
Southern New York And Southern New England Tonight Into Wednesday.
The Most Significant Ice Accumulations Of Up To One Inch Are
Possible From Western Virginia Through Central Maryland.

Heavy Rainfall Will Be Possible South Of The Ohio River Valley And
Is Forecast To Spread Toward The Southeastern U.s. Coastline And
Southern Mid-atlantic States Later Tonight.

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