The Winter of 2012-2013
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Obs. Num. Time of Observation Feb.
16th   2013
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      0650 hrs.   T  0.04  35.0   Rain turned to snow at 0650 and the rainfall total was 0.04 when this occurred.
   1      0755 hrs.   0.1  0.07  33.8   We had and estimated 0.3 inches of snow that fell in a 15 to 20 minute period during the first part of the past hour. But much of the snow melted as it made contact with the ground and the maximum accumulation was 0.1 inches. Currently the precipitation has stopped and all the snow has melted from the warm ground.
   2      0900 hrs.   0.0  0.07  35.9  No additional precipitation this past hour and all of the earlier snowfall has melted.
   3      1100 hrs.   0.0  0.07  37.9  Light precipitation started again as on and off sprinkles at 1046 AM. The temperature has warmed 2.0 F since the last observation.
   4      1300 hrs.   0.0  0.08  36.6  Light snow flurries this past hour particularly since 1250 but melting as the made contact with the ground.
   5      1500 hrs.   0.0  0.10  34.7   Light snow has continued the past two hours but is melting as the made contact with the ground. But temperatures have fallen during this two hour period.
   6     1600 hrs.   T  0.13  33.2  Light snow continues with a temperature decrease and the snow is starting to stick on the sky mirror and the snowboard.
   7      1715 hrs.   T  0.15  33.5  Still not enought snow to measure.
   8      2200 hrs.   0.0  0.16  31.6  All the snow melted and the liquid is now ice. The max. accumulation was 0.1 inches around 0745. The total liquid amount was 0.16 inches.