Last night the forecast was calling for a dusting to 2″ of snow. Around 9 pm the snow really started falling and was already 4 inches deep when we went to bed at 11pm. We expected that to be it, but it continued on and we ended up with 10″+ of snow, our first good snowfall of the year. Here’s what our backyard looked like. Throughout the day there were about 40 Pine Siskins coming in to feed, the most I’ve seen here.
The Millersville forecaster made this image to show where the snow event took place. Amazingly it was an incredibly narrow area that ranged from 1″-12″. The yellow region is what received a 1″ snowfall with pockets of 6″ and 12″ snow.
image from snowball.millersville.edu/~cws/SpecialWeatherDiscussion.html