The Winter of 2013-2014
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Obs. Num. Time of Observation March
25   2014
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      0630 hrs.   T  T  30.1  Snow flurries just started at 0630.
   1      0730 hrs.   T  T  30.9  Very light snow now
   2      0830 hrs.   0.1  T  31.8  No snow has accumulated on the street or driveway. Snow only on roofs, cars, and old leaves in wooded areas.
   3      0930 hrs.   T  T  33.4  Very light snow during the pass hour and the temperature increase has decreased the snow amount and most of the snow has melted.
   4      1050 hrs.   0.0  0.01  34.6  Rain snow mix now and all the snow that fell earlier has melted.
   5      1900 hrs.   0.0  0.03  35.5  The rain has started mixing with snow and was soon all snow.
   6      2130 hrs.   0.3  0.07  32.9  The light wasn't on the snow board just after dark so the hardest period of snow isn't known but most of the precipitation had ended by 2130.
   7      2200 hrs.   0.2  0.08  32.8  Still above freezing and snow is on only colder surfaces as the deck and cars and 0.01 inches of snow melted since the last observation. Currently all precipitation has ended. So the total of the snowfall for the day is now 0.4 inches. The heaviest snowfall near Glen Allen area was 5 to 6 inches reported in the Lynchburg area.