Wednesday, November 26, 2014

11am Winter Storm Update

"Thundersnow" has been reported in Philadelphia and in several cities in Delaware. Lightning during a snow storm is just as dangerous as during the summer. Stay indoors!

Current snow depth (via Twitter) in Sussex Co., NJ. Photo by "The Weatherboy." It is about an inch and a half.
Just checked and all of the airports listed below still have major delays. AccuWeather is providing complete coverage of the storm.

From the "Capital Weather Gang" here are some current snow amounts. A snow emergency has been declared in northwest and north central Maryland. Their coverage is here.

Update at 12:20 p.m.: A few of the higher snowfall totals through about 11 a.m. for some Eastern Seaboard locations:
West Virginia
Morgan County – 14 inches
Hampshire County – 14 inches
Hardy County — 13 inches
Highland County — 5.5 inches
Harrisonburg — 5 inches
Frederick County – 1.6 inches
Allegany County — 3 inches
Bedford County — 7.5 inches
Huntingdon County — 6 inches
Monroe County — 4.3 inches on Mount Pocono
Hartford County — 2 inches
Hampshire County — 3.3 inches

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