FEBRUARY 28, 2003 (Diminished Forecast Snow)
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Obs. Num. Time of Observation February
28  -   2003
Total Frozen Precip. Inches Total Melted Precip. Inches Temp. F Remarks for the Time Period
  1      0100 hrs.    0.2     27.7   Snowfall very light during this past hour and radar indicates that snowfall should end within the next 30 minutes then only flurries or snow showers.
  2    0200 hrs.    0.3     27.8   This is the last observation tonight. Snow ended around 0115 and only flurries since then.
  3    0700 hrs.    0.3   0.03   28.5   Some snow flurries but not enough for any additional accumulations last night
  4    0800 hrs.    0.3   0.03   29.2   Flurries but no additional accumulations.
  5    0900 hrs.    0.6   0.04   30.6   Light snow during the past hour and should continue for the next 1.5 hours.
  6    1000 hrs.    0.9   0.05   32.3   Large aggregates or fluffy assemblages of many crystals now leaves an uneven snow surface and more air spaces in the snow and increases the snow to water ratio. By the end of the next hour the accumulating snow should be over!
  7    1100 hrs.    1.1   0.06   34.3   The accumulating snow is probably over also the temperature is now above freezing. However, there will still be snow flurries occurring during the next hour.
  8    1200 hrs.        36.6   The snow is over the 1.1 of last hour has settled to 0.8. Total for this storm yesterday and today will be 5.2 inches. Only a few snow flurries last hour and the temp. is now 37F. The end.