We had another little snowfall here. It’s kind of nice having these early snows and promising for the winter.
It’s only December fourth, and we’ve had two storms here in Mount joy with Snow accusations. It’s pretty early yet.
I wasn’t expecting that snow. I was surprised to see that the rain switched to pretty heavy snow.
This winter, there really hasn’t been all that much fur to us in the snow or even cold department. Today we’re finally getting our first appreciable snow Accumulation, and even that won’t last.
This winter so far has been abysmal at best as far as snowfall is concerned here in Central Pennsylvania. We ended up getting a coating overnight, which was nice to see.
It’s pretty late this winter, but we’re finally getting the first accumulation of snow that I’ve seen so far. It won’t last long, but it’s nice to see it.
This week is the complete opposite of the weather last week. I glanced at the NWS forecast this morning and it’s the first time I’ve seen snow in the forecast this fall.
It’s said there’s a first time for everything. Today was my first time mowing the lawn with snow flakes and graupel falling.
We got out for a nice walk this evening after supper. It was our first after supper walk I think since last fall that it wasn’t dark. It was nice not being blinded by the passing traffic’s headlights. There were a disappointing number of homes and businesses that didn’t clear the snow yesterday and just had an icy mess.
It’s the middle of March, and we’re finally getting a decent snow storm. The storms so far this winter have been mostly mediocre around here at best. We ended up with three or four inches.
I have always liked seeing fresh snowfall on the trees and stuff when the sun first comes out after a storm. Today was one of those chances I got to see that before it melts or blows off.
A few miles can make all the difference in weather sometimes. We went to Lititz today, and it appeared that they had more snow than we did yesterday. Ours is almost all gone, but the ground was still covered up there.
The past couple of mild days were mild, but now winter is back, at least temporarily, with some wet snow overnight.
Watching these coastal storms blow up off of the east coast have always amazed me. With the tools available on the internet it’s even more interesting to watch them explode.
We made it out for a nice walk this evening. It was a really nice walk with the fresh dusting of snow and it still being daylight out.
Nice impressive winter storm for us here. Not all snow but it was a fun storm.
Last night before I went to bed the radar was looking really good for snow. This morning it was pretty clear that the storm over performed with what looked like at least 4 inches of snow.
We finally get a winter weather advisory for 2 to 4 inches of snow tomorrow night. Of course, the neighbors have to get their snowblower ready for that.
We managed to time our evening walk just right today. We got out there just as the snow was beginning to fall.
There had been a chance of snow in the forecast for today, but I wasn’t expecting any accumulation, but we ended up with a nice surprise. Everything is white. Even the roads!
It’s pretty late, but we had our first snow flurries of the year. Well, it was our first daytime snow flurries that I saw.
We have had our first snowfall of the season finally. It wasn’t much, but it’s something.
We were leaving the grocery store near sunset this evening and I noticed some cumulus clouds off to the northwest. I also noted some virga under it. That was probably snow flurries
Yesterday was a windy and cold May day. There were snow flurries nearby, but I didn’t personally see any.
I had to laugh at the chance of snow showers in the forecast. It’s even funnier being may and after the fact that we’ve had such a poor winter.
It took too long, but we are finally getting into a weather pattern that could have given us snow during the winter. We were stuck with a milder pattern during the winter but now, but it’s cool and stormy.
It is a cool and rainy spring day. During the winter, this could probably have been a decent snow storm.
We had a bit of snow falling this morning. Not much, but it was nice to see something after this failure of a winter.
Today I get to watch the radar instead of the snow. The Carolinas are getting hammered, but we’re barely even getting clouds from the storm.
We ended up with a couple of inches of snow yesterday. It was wet snow and stuck to everything.
It looks as if we have received a couple of inches of snow so far today. The original forecast was for around an inch.
I’m hoping for some thundersnow here in Mount Joy. It’s snowing heavily now, with some lightning on the maps west of here.
I have always wondered why people go in the rush to the store to buy milk, bread and eggs when it’s forecast to snow. Even the worst of storms wouldn’t shut things down around here for more than a day or two.
We had the normal snow to ice to changeover again. It’s odd how there appears to be the biggest snow storms around Presidents’ Day.
I’ve enjoyed listening to the snow melting and dripping. I’m finding it very relaxing. Reminding me of the mountains in the winter on the rare occasion we had snow.
Like most of the storms so far this winter, We’re having yet another warm storm.
We had some slow that quickly changed to rain. Now the arctic front is on its way through for a quick cold shot.
This winter we’ve had some early snow. Technically, it was still autumn when the middle of November when we had the snow.
I found some pictures of my first big snowfall after moving to Mount Joy. It turned out to be one of the area’s top ten of all time, I believe.
We had a bigger snow storm on January 23rd. We ended up getting two to three feet of snow.
I looked in the backyard and saw robins pecking in the snow. It reminded me a lot of Nan and Pop, who were always thrilled to see them in the spring.
Another week and more snow for us is in the forecast. The storm should bring our heaviest snow fall of the year so far.
Per the forecast, it looks like a few inches of snow here. To our north, they’ll likely get six or more inches.
It looks like we should be getting a couple of inches of snow here in Lancaster County. The heavier snow should stay to our east.
I woke up this morning to a coating of snow. I’m beginning to think that may be all we get this year with the pattern so far.
We had a nice snow storm with snowfall rates of up to two to three inches per hour. Ended up with about twenty inches.
This season has been pretty snow so far. We had our third snowfall of December last Saturday. Lancaster county has had record Snowfall for December now.
It’s March first and looks like we might finally get a snow storm! NWS has us under a winter storm warning for five to eight inches of snow.
We had a NICE MOISTURE rich storm that is causing snow in New England. If only it had been snow here. With my Davis Vantage Pro2 recording just over two inches of snow.
It’s November 20th and there’s a nice-looking snow squall stretching across Pennsylvania.
The snow flurries I thought we might get last night turned into a nice coating of snow.
The mild weather last week ended when we had a fairly strong move through. Now, it’s pretty chilly for November.
Well a nice coastal storm is developing off the East coast. It will bring rain here but it could have been a nice snow storm in January.
It’s late October and the storms are starting. One spun up off the mid Atlantic coast. That brought some snow to higher elevations.
It’s always a sign of winter coming when the leaves are turning. It’s also a good sign to see CTP talking about lake effect snows
It was a pretty cold morning here for the end of February. My Davis showed that it reached the middle teens.
We ended up getting an inch or two of snow this morning. I guess a little snow is better than none.
It looks like the Susquehanna valley is in for another ice storm. We’ve been placed in a winter storm watch for it.
Yesterday we had a nice surprises. We had a clipper leave us with more than an inch of snow. At night it had cleared up in time for the lunar eclipse too!
We wound up having a fun little ice storm. Some of the rain was heavy Quite a few branches broke from the weight. It’s the first I remember seeing tree damage other than twigs since 1994.
This time last year we quite a memorable sleet storm. It was the most sleet I can remember seeing.
Sunday ended up being blustery with temperatures getting down to 10 with a high only into the 20s. It seems like such a waste to get cold like that without snow.
Nice, We are having some surprise snow flurries!
I looked at the radar then out the window and got a surprise. It was snowing moderately, and the grass was white!
As I was expecting, we didn’t get any snow here in Mount Joy from this storm. It was rain instead.
There is at least a potential for snow here in Lancaster County Sunday into Monday.
I cannot even comprehend the snowfall forecast that the NWS has out for Sierra Nevada. The forecast is calling for Seven to Ten Feet of.
It’s pretty cool to see summer snow on Mount Washington. That area just has such interesting weather due to its elevation and location.
It’s April 6th and the radar is showing plenty of lake effect snow squalls and showers in Pennsylvania.
I came across this video posted on a weather message board of them turning boiling water instantly into snow on Mount Washington. That weather station’s climate is really fascinating to me.
This strange winter is continuing. We’re forecasted to get some snow, and snow in March is always a good thing.
I am remembering the second major snowstorm on Presidents’ Day, at least while I was alive. It was my first big snowstorm here in Mount Joy, PA.
We ended up having about six inches of very compact sleet and snow. Everything froze into a rock-hard glacier like ice when it got colder.
It looks like there’s finally a potential for a snow storm. Maybe we’ll finally have some snow here in Mount Joy.