Jan 30, 2013

Winter Storm Warning - Jan 30

Call it MAGNUS, call it DENISE, any way you slice it, there is a good chance of snow on the horizon. The National Weather Service in Green Bay has issued a Winter Storm Warning for the area.

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Measurements (4)
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Jan 30, 2013 @ 16:59
Two measurement to make a 16:59 total of 1.3" more. Light snow is currently falling. Snow is light, fluffy. Temperatures are slowly dropping.

1.3" - New Snow
8.2" - Total Storm Snow
Current Snow Depth - 8"

(Jan 30, 2013 - 14:44 - 0.9")


(Jan 30, 2013 - 16:59 - 0.4")


(The First Shoveling)


(The Second Shoveling)


(US Radar - 5PM)


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Jan 30, 2013 @ 11:08
2.2" more measured at 11:08. Moderate to heavy snow continues to fall. Snow is still very thick and packy. Gusty winds have now been introduced to the equation.

2.2" - New Snow
3.9" - Total Storm Snow
Current Snow Depth - 4"

(Jan 30, 2013 - 11:08 - 2.2")


(Looking West - Congress Ave - 11AM)


(Looking Southwest - 11AM)


(US Radar - 11AM)


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Jan 30, 2013 @ 08:04
1.7" more measured at 08:04. Moderate snow began a few hours prior. Moderate snow continues to fall. Snow is very packy.

1.7" - New Snow
1.7" - Total Storm Snow
Current Snow Depth - 2"

(Jan 30, 2013 - 08:04 - 1.7")


(Looking West - Congress Ave - 8AM)


(US Radar - 8:15AM)


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(NWS-GRB Forecast Snowfall)


(JPoublonWX Forecast Snowfall)


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The morning of Jan-29 OSNW3 had 2 inches of snow depth. The afternoon of Jan-29 it sat as 2 inches of slush and/or standing water. It could very well become an ice rink while the temperatures drop and the snow begins to fall. Good times. Updates as the storm nears and progresses forthcoming.