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Winter WX Southern US Winter Storm (Feb 9 - 17) (1 Viewer)

KoD

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I was gonna say we should get together for some brewskies but then remembered covid lol.
I drove up the parkway and was surprised at how sharp the line was between inches of snow and nothing at all.
The scene up in Meridianville:
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This is our back yard.. Hazel Green AL.


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I was gonna say we should get together for some brewskies but then remembered covid lol.
I drove up the parkway and was surprised at how sharp the line was between inches of snow and nothing at all.
The scene up in Meridianville:
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I work near Providence. The no snow / snow change was pretty drastic at 8am this morning.

Meridianville is where we are moving
 
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Here are reports we have compiled so far for our viewing area counties. These either came from reports relayed by the National Weather Service offices, reports relayed by broadcast media that had ruler measurement pictures, or reports sent to us that were accompanied by ruler measurement pictures of a flat area away from objects that can cause drifts or blocking of accumulation.
 

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Here are reports we have compiled so far for our viewing area counties. These either came from reports relayed by the National Weather Service offices, reports relayed by broadcast media that had ruler measurement pictures, or reports sent to us that were accompanied by ruler measurement pictures of a flat area away from objects that can cause drifts or blocking of accumulation.
That is accurate for our area. We live in north Florence about 1 mile south of St. Florian and we measured 5.5" in 3 different flat areas in our yard
 

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