Low pressure, tracking from Arkansas the evening of the 24th, to southwestern Pennsylvania the morning of the 25th, brought a large area of snow to the forecast area. The snow was slow to start as dry air remained in place across much of the area, keeping much of the forecasted amounts from being realized. However, once the snow did develop, several bands of moderate to locally heavy snow formed with snowfall rates of an inch or more per hour. The snow quickly ended by mid morning of the 25th. Images before show the Surface Low Maps, select radar images and observations and the 24 hour total for snowfall (Thanks to all that sent in reports).

  

7 pm February 24 2011 Surface Map 7 pm Surface Map
February 24th
7 am February 25th Surface Map 7 am Surface Map
February 25th
Radar and Observations at 12 am EST Feb 25th Radar and Observations at 12 am EST Feb 25th
Radar and Observations at 4 am EST Feb 25th Radar and Observations at 4 am EST Feb 25th
Radar and Observations at 7 am EST February 25th Radar and Observations at 7 am EST February 25th

 

 24 Hour Snow Totals

 


LF 2/25/11


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