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Potential for Epic March Snowstorm

By: Astrometeor , 10:35 PM GMT on March 13, 2017

TWC: 16-24"

WU: 18-24"

Accu: 8-16"

NWS: 14/18/27" (at least this much/most likely/maximum)

These numbers are for my area in Camp Hill, PA (Harrisburg for those who are unfamiliar).









Snow is now falling! Update at 9:48 PM EDT


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10. BaltimoreBrian
2:19 AM GMT on March 22, 2017
Ultra-detailed map of solar eclipse path across Kentucky, Tennessee, and North Carolina. Expands a lot.

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9. BaltimoreBrian
10:04 PM GMT on March 21, 2017
Your thoughts, Nathan?

How Liberal Colleges Breed Conservative Firebrands

What Gorsuch Has in Common With Liberals (titled Originalist Sin in the print edition)
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8. BaltimoreBrian
5:39 AM GMT on March 18, 2017
How to File a FOIA Request with the National Archives (video). This is also how it's done for other agencies.
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7. Astrometeor
4:45 AM GMT on March 17, 2017
Quoting 5. BaltimoreBrian:

What's your storm total?


We got just over 17" here in PA. :)

I've done two days now of playing in the snow with Aubrey and her family. Unfortunately, I sustained an injury on the first day due to a tiny stump. I slipped on a hill in the deep snow and the stump slammed into my leg. Pretty intense pain, I have a swell on my leg 2" in diameter. Pain is slowing going down, although it bruised everything underneath, including the tendons...

Tomorrow we are seeing the new Beauty and the Beast. :-)
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6. BaltimoreBrian
1:05 AM GMT on March 17, 2017
Why This Court Decision Hinged on the Oxford Comma I typically don't use the Oxford Comma. Try out "To my mother, BaltimoreBrian, and wxgeek723." Only the Oxford comma makes it sound like BaltimoreBrian is your mom.

The court decision
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5. BaltimoreBrian
2:51 AM GMT on March 15, 2017
What's your storm total?
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4. Astrometeor
2:05 PM GMT on March 14, 2017
12-15" in Harrisburg, PA at the moment, with steady snow. Radar loops from the local TV are showing the snow begin lightening. Hoping to get a few more inches out of this. We are performing as expected from the NWS, the SE corner is underperforming, due to that sleet mix that my university's chief meteorologist was worried about.
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3. Astrometeor
5:53 AM GMT on March 14, 2017
Gonna say 4" of snow sitting on top of the trashcan outside. Seen two plows in the neighborhood. Looking like we are good for 12" if no change of pace occurs. Obviously storm is supposed to increase, so hoping for 16". :-)
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2. Astrometeor
1:50 AM GMT on March 14, 2017
Updated entry. Big fat flakes are falling outside. :-)
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1. BaltimoreBrian
10:59 PM GMT on March 13, 2017
Will winter storm madness 'March' on you Nathan? It seems so :)
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Age: 20, b-day is 8/27. Graduate of MLK High in Nashville, TN. Attends MU in PA. Loves football, soccer, Frisbee, Scouts, Science Olympiad.