I'm sure you've heard about the Blizzard of 2010 by now. It is long gone, but the damage has certainly been done. Hundreds of thousands lost power due to the weight of the wet, heavy snow. Some areas received over 3 feet! Colesville, MD took the prize of the most snow with 40". Unfortunately for storm-weary Mid-Atlantic residents, another storm may impact the region during the middle part of the week, bringing more accumulating snow! This one may track a bit farther north, impacting New York City and Southern New England as well. As always, the exact track determines how much snow falls. It'll be a fun one to track.
STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 07 FOR MID-ATLANTIC WINTER STORM
NWS HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER CAMP SPRINGS MD
1000 PM EST SAT FEB 06 2010
...HISTORIC SNOWSTORM HAS ENDED ACROSS THE MID-ATLANTIC STATES...
ALL BLIZZARD WARNINGS...WINTER STORM WARNINGS AND WINTER WEATHER
ADVISORIES HAVE EXPIRED ACROSS THE AFFECTED REGION.
FOR A DETAILED GRAPHICAL DEPICTION OF THE LATEST
WATCHES...WARNINGS AND ADVISORIES...PLEASE SEE WWW.WEATHER.GOV
AT 900 PM EST...A 978 MB SURFACE LOW WAS LOCATED ABOUT 400 MILES
EAST OF THE DELMARVA PENINSULA AND WAS CONTINUING TO MOVE QUICKLY
TO THE EAST-NORTHEAST. NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADARS AND
SURFACE OBSERVATIONS INDICATED THAT THE SNOW HAS MOVED ENTIRELY
OFFSHORE INTO THE WESTERN ATLANTIC AS THE SYSTEM CONTINUES TO PULL
AWAY FROM THE EAST COAST. ALTHOUGH HIGH WINDS REMAIN ALONG
PORTIONS OF THE MID ATLANTIC COAST...THESE WINDS SHOULD DECREASE
BY SUNDAY MORNING AS THE SURFACE LOW AND TIGHT PRESSURE GRADIENT
MOVE AWAY FROM THE COAST.
...SELECTED STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL IN INCHES FROM 700 AM EST THU FEB
04 THROUGH 900 PM EST SAT FEB 06...
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