The snow has finally stopped and the Blizzard Warnings have been dropped. This storm packed a wallop that much of the Mid-Atlantic will be dealing with for quite some time.
Stay tuned to our Snowpocalypse page for full coverage.
To make matters worse, there is already talk of another possible blizzard hitting on Wednesday.
First things first, however. What most people want to know is, did we break the record here in Baltimore?
The verdict is not yet in; however, many areas would appear to have broken the record. Take a look at some of these snow totals from the National Weather Service:
1 NW RANDALLSTOWN 29.0 1130 AM 2/06
1 SE GARRISON 29.0 1145 AM 2/06
PARKVILLE 28.0 137 PM 2/06 AVERAGE DEPTH.
1 E OELLA 27.0 1100 AM 2/06
PARKTON 26.3 1120 AM 2/06
REISTERSTOWN 24.5 1100 AM 2/06
MONKTON 23.5 1050 AM 2/06
2 NE JACKSONVILLE 23.0 308 PM 2/06 SNOWFALL
2 NW LONG GREEN 21.0 1130 AM 2/06
TIMONIUM 20.0 1100 AM 2/06
1 S GWYNN OAK 26.0 1205 PM 2/06
The only tally that matters, though, is the official report from BWI which has yet to come in. As of 12 noon, their report came in at 26.5 inches but the final total is not yet available. With places like Elkridge reporting as much as 32 inches, it’s going to be close.
Stay tuned, Baltimore!
[image courtesy of the Baltimore Sun]
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