The Second Day of Observations for the Fifth Snow Event of 2003-2004
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Obs. Num. Time of Observation January
26  -   2004
Total Frozen Precip. Inches Total Melted Precip. Inches Temp. F Remarks for the Time Period
   7      0100 hrs.    0.2   .03   14.8   The snowboard was cleared at midnight. Total snow yesterday was 3.6 inches. The snowfall rate has increased and contains small graupel and icy particles and snow crystals that are broken and irregular. The temperature is steady and a heavier period of snow is moving toward Annandale.
   8      0200 hrs.    0.6   0.10   14.5   A light to moderate snowfall rate but snow has more small graupel and snow pellets and icy particles in it this past hour.
   9      0300 hrs.    1.0   0.14   14.4   The snow rate was heavy for about 15 minutes during the first part of the past hour then decreased in intensity. Also many snowflakes were in the form of aggregates during the first part of the hour. Very light snowfall by 0240. At observation time precipitation was very light and made up of fine broken irregular ice needles. Snowfall has tapered off for now.
  10    0400 hrs.    1.1   0.15   14.8   Very little precipitation in the last hour. What little fell was much like a freezing drizzle.
  11    0800 hrs.    1.2   0.17   16.0   Only 0.1 of additional snow since the last observation and some freezing drizzle. Currently a very light freezing drizzle is occurring.
  12    1700 hrs.    1.4   0.18   20.7   Very light frozen drizzle most of the day has added up to 0.2 additional inches.