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.
We were driving home from Lancaster on 283 when we saw a large mushroom cloud looking cumulus cloud. We stopped at a nearby park on the way home with a clear view to the west and watched it wax and wane for a bit.
We had a bigger snow storm on January 23rd. We ended up getting two to three feet of snow.
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.
We didn’t get all that much snow from Sunday’s storm, we did get a lot of wind. It will be the last storm of the year, and it was a windy one.
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 strong February storm system but it cut into the lakes keeping us in the warm sector. It didn’t make it here but the cold front had a really impressive squall line racing across Pennsylvania.
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.
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.
After the tropics got fairly quiet now Tropical Storm Marco has formed in the Gulf of Mexico.
Hurricane Ike is a large hurricane. It’s not the strongest but it’s large in size
Tropical Storm Hanna made landfall in the CaRolinas. it brought heavy rains and is now back off the coast.
Tropical storm is approaching the Carolina coast. It’s not that strong of a storm, as it’s not even at hurricane strength.
Hurricane Gustav has rapidly strengthened overnight and is now almost a major hurricane.
Tropical storm Fay was pretty interesting to watch. It never got strong, but it brought heavy rains to the southeast.
It’s may 12th and we’ve had two Nor Easters within a weak. It’s been a cool weather week for sure.
We’re in for a milder storm with plenty of moister available. A flood watch will be active.
It’s another day and another storm off to our west. That’s been the pattern this winter.
We had a great time attending a geocaching event. After the event Lynn twisted our arms into doing some more caching. We got caught in a severe storm and lots of roads were blocked by downed trees.
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.