FEBRUARY 10, 2003 (BLAND TEN HOUR SNOW)
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Obs. Num. Time of Observation February
10  -   2003
Total Frozen Precip. Inches Total Melted Precip. Inches Temp. F Remarks for the Time Period
   0      0500 hrs.    0.0   0.00   32.8   Snow started at 0500
   1      0600 hrs.    0.1   Trace   32.6   Very light snow
   2      0700 hrs.    0.1   Trace   32.4   Light snow now but only snow flurries during the past hour
   3      0800 hrs.    0.4   0.01   32.5   Some light snow at the beginning of the hour but only snow flurries now.
   4      0900 hrs.    0.4   0.01   33.0   Mostly flurries and some melting occurring now.
   5      1000 hrs.    0.4   0.02   33.6   The snow is melting as fast as it is falling at this point. Some snow in the form of graupel showing heavy riming.
   6      1100 hrs.    0.4   0.03   33.8   The snow is still melting as fast as it is falling at this point.
   7      1200 hrs.    0.4   0.03   33.6   Light snowfall still occurring --- Snow has melted on cars and most surfaces but on the snow board we still have 0.4 inches.
   8      1300 hrs.    0.4   0.04   33.6   Snow is still melting as fast as it is falling. The barometer is now dropping at a rate of .06 inches per hour as low pressure intensifies off the coast.
   9      1400 hrs.    0.3   0.04   34.0   Snow is now melting faster than it is falling. This kind of snow causes few problems and is pretty to watch!
  10    1500 hrs.    0.5   0.06   35.5   A heavy period of snow during the last hour brought the snow total up to 0.5 inches. This is the end of most of the snow however, as the last heavy band of snow has just passes to the east of Annandale.