FEBRUARY 27, 2003 (Diminished Forecast Snow)
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Obs. Num. Time of Observation February
27  -   2003
Total Frozen Precip. Inches Total Melted Precip. Inches Temp. F Remarks for the Time Period
   0      1435 hrs.    0.0   0.00   31.4   First snow flurries started at 1435
   1      1600 hrs.    0.1     30.4   Flurries became snow at 1530 and currently a moderate snow is occurring
   2      1700 hrs.    0.4   0.03   29.2   Moderate snow rate this past hour but currently rate is light. The current snow form is mainly broken and irregular in shape but at 1630 to 1645 the snow as falling in aggregates.
   3      1800 hrs.    0.9   0.07   28.3   Heavy snow rate this past hour but currently rate is moderate. Flakes are now larger and falling as aggregates.
   4      1900 hrs.    1.4   0.11   27.6   Moderate snow rate this past hour.
   5      2000 hrs.    1.9   0.16   27.6   Moderate snow rate now but some heavy snow during the past hour. Radar showed some sleet passed us by some 30 miles toward our SE during the past hour.
   6      2100 hrs.    2.5   0.20   27.7   Heavy snow during the past hour.
   7      2200 hrs.    3.5   0.26   27.8   Heavy snow again during the past hour. Many flakes are now large and falling as aggregates. Snow sticking to tree limbs.
   8      2300 hrs.    3.7   0.29   27.9   Snowfall light during this past hour but radar indicates an increase in intensity should occur during the next hour. It looks like we are about 3 hours from the back edge of most of the storm.
   9      2400 hrs.    4.0   0.34   27.8   Snowfall increased in the first part of the past hour then decreased. As we near the back edge of the snowfall there are gaps in the radar echos. New snowboard started at midnight.