FEBRUARY 26, 2003 (Second Prelude Snow)
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Obs. Num. Time of Observation February
26  -   2003
Total Frozen Precip. Inches Total Melted Precip. Inches Temp. F Remarks for the Time Period
   0      0400 hrs.    0.0   0.00   24.7   Snow started around 0400 as snow flurries
   1      0730 hrs.    0.3     21.4   This is the first snow in a long time with nice single dendrite crystals and no riming!
   2      0800 hrs.    0.5     21.7   Snow already has aggregates and becoming heavier.
   3      0930 hrs.    1.0     22.0   Snow started to tapper off to only flurries and all but ended at 0930.
   4      1200 hrs.    1.1     23.8   Mainly flurries since the last observation.
   5      1500 hrs.    1.5     25.2   Snow started again around 1215 and continued mostly very light since noon.
   6      1630 hrs.    1.8   0.17   25.6   Water to snow ratio is 10.5 to 1.0 and the snow intensity is now VERY light.
   7      1800 hrs.    1.9   0.18   24.6   Very light snow during the last 1.5 hours. The radar shows the snow will probably tapper off to flurries by 1900 hours.
   8      2100 hrs.    1.9   0.18   24.3   No additional accumulation since the last observation and snow has stopped.