The Second Storm of 2004-2005
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Obs. Num. Time of Observation JAN.
22  -   2005
Total Frozen Precip. Inches Total Melted Precip. Inches Temp. F Remarks for the Time Period
   0      0802 hrs.    0.0   0.00   16.5   The snow started at 0802 as very small broken and irregular particles.
   1      0900 hrs.    Trace   Trace   16.8   The snow has stopped. Currently light frozen drizzle particles are falling. We also have a SE wind not the usual NE wind and the low pressure looks like it is taking a track more to our north. All of the above is good if you don't like snow!
   2      1000 hrs.    Trace   Trace   18.2   All precipitation has stopped. The low in northern Ohio is tracking well north of us. Southerly winds will increase warming temps. aloft and any precip. will be sleet until the cold front passes this afternoon. Also at this time a coast low pressure development is also in question.
   3      1100 hrs.    Trace   Trace   19.5   Very light intermittent precip. in the form of graupel but still not enough to measure.
   4      1200 hrs.    0.1   0.01   19.8   Snow flakes are now in the form of aggregates . Light snow to become moderate in the next couple of hours.
   5      1300 hrs.    0.6   0.05   19.8   Snow flakes are now in the form of aggregates and the snowfall rate is now moderate.
   6      1400 hrs.    1.8   0.17   19.8   Heavy snowfall rate now and the snow is in the form of mainly aggregates with a few individual crystals mixed in.
   7      1500 hrs.    2.9   0.25   20.6   Light to moderate snow now in the form of aggregates a few snow pellets. The back edge of the snow is now over Fairfax City.
   8      1545 hrs.    3.0   0.28   21.4   The snow has ended. Currently there is only VERY light frozen drizzle occurring.