FEBRUARY 7, 2003 (Two Day 6.9 Inch Snowstorm)
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Obs. Num. Time of Obs. February
07 - 2003
Total Frozen Precip. Inches Total Melted Precip. Inches Temp. F Remarks for the Time Period
1 0100 hrs. 3.8 0.41 28.9 Snowfall has been moderate during the last hour but in the last five minutes it has become heavy! We are now getting aggregates or larger flakes interfused.
2 0200 hrs. 4.4 0.48 28.8 Moderate snow intensity with 0.6 inches in the last hour. Aggregates or larger flakes interfused with the small flakes only lasted for about ten minutes during the last hour.
3 0300 hrs. 5.0 0.54 28.7 Moderate snow intensity with 0.6 inches in the last hour. No aggregates or larger flakes during this hour. At 0214 the barometer was falling at -0.05 inches per hour and currently is -0.04 inches.
4 0400 hrs. 5.6 0.60 28.6 Aggregates or larger flakes during the last ten minutes of this hour and currently heavy snow intensity. Barometer is now falling at 0.05 inches per hour.
5 0500 hrs. 6.2 0.65 28.5 Aggregates or larger flakes during the last 15 minutes of this hour and currently heavy snow intensity.
6 0600 hrs. 6.7 0.70 28.5 Looking at the radar we are getting near the back edge of the significant snowfall. The Annandale area should only have snow flurries by the end of the next hour.
7 0700 hrs. 6.9 0.72 28.4 This will be the last observation on this storm as the snowfall ended over the Annandale area at 0655. There may be a few snow flurries but no additional accumulations.