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Obs. Num. Time of Observation MARCH
27th   2011
Total Frozen Precip. Inches Total Melted Precip. Inches Temp. F The snow amount shown on the snowboard
will differ from the averaged observed amt. particularly if it is windy !
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Remarks for the Time Period
   0      0200 hrs.    0.0   T   40.2   First very light precip.
   1      0300 hrs.    0.0   T   39.3   Still not 0.01 inches of precipitation-
   2      0400 hrs.    0.0   T  36.7   Still not 0.01 inches of precipitation-
   3      0500 hrs.    0.0   0.03   34.7   Snowing but not sticking on any surfaces
   4      0600 hrs.    T   0.04   32.9   A little slush on the snowboard.
   5      0700 hrs.    0.1   0.09   32.3   Heater on rain gauge hasn't been on long enough to melt all of the snow and sleet. Currently there is a light mixture of snow and sleet. The frozen precipitation is just starting to stick on the grass but 0.1 inches is on the snowboard.
   6      0800 hrs.   0.2   0.11   32.0   Currently a frozen drizzle is occurring and a few snow pellets this past hour. We have a scant 0.2 inches of frozen precipitation now but the temperature has now dropped to the freezing point.
   7      0900 hrs.   0.2  0.11  32.0   Very light snow and snow pellets occurring now. The snow amount is now 0.2 inches now longer a scant 0.2 inches on the snowboard.
   8      0910 hrs.   0.2  0.11  32.2  The radar shows the back edge of precipitation isn't more than 25 miles to the west of our area and that the precipitation will end here in the next half-hour.
   9      0945 hrs.    0.2   0.12  32.8   Around 0915 the flakes became larger and falling as aggregates which generally means temperatures warming or near freezing aloft. By 0925 the snow became only flurries and the precipitation was over by 0940. This will be the last observation.