Winter 2019-2020 Snowfall

High atop Parr’s Ridge in northern Carroll County, MD at about 800 ft elevation.

Contest!
Guess The Amount of Snow At Casa De Smolinski (and DCA/BWI/IAD)

Seasonal Snowfall Contest Entries

26.6	solarflair
29.7	cameraman  
30.5	Groveton  
34.3	Autumn Forge  
34.8	83worldtraveler  
35.7	Snownomore  
37.9	WGsnowchic   
42.4	Terpie Cat  
44.8	beadalou  
45.7	a. vagueanswer   
47.7	Kate commenting  
50.1	walter-in-fallschurch   
52.3	weatherjunkie   
54.5	eric654   
71.9	chrisofthebeagles  
77.7	merry mildest  
77.7	surewhynot  
120.1	The Adorable Miniature Snowplows  

October Total: 0.0″

Friday November 8, 2019
Morning snow flurries.

Sunday November 24, 2019
Morning snow flurries.

November Total: 0.0″

Sunday December 1, 2019
Sleet mixed with rain.

Monday December 2, 2019
Morning snow flurries. Some accumulation / dusting on the grass.

Wednesday December 4, 2019
Morning snow, 1.0″ accumulation



Wednesday December 11, 2019
Morning snow, 1.3″ accumulation




Monday December 16, 2019
Morning snow, 1.2″ accumulation

Wednesday December 18, 2019
Afternoon snow flurries, no accumulation.
“Snow Squall Warning” from the NWS around 8 pm, received 0.3″ of snow.

December Total: 3.8″

Tuesday January 7, 2020
Afternoon snow, 5.2″ accumulation

Wednesday January 8, 2020
Morning snow squalls (NWS warned), 1.2″ accumulation

Time lapse video of snowfall:

Video of squall:

Video 2:

Thursday January 16, 2020
Afternoon snow flurries.

Saturday January 18, 2020
0.2″ snow, then sleet and freezing rain.

Sunday January 19, 2020
Morning and afternoon snow flurries.

Friday January 31, 2020
Afternoon and evening snow mixing with rain, no accumulation.

January Total: 6.6″

Friday February 28, 2020
Snow flurries.

Saturday February 29, 2020
Snow flurries.

February Total: 0.0″

Friday April 10, 2020
Snow flurries.

2019-2020 Season To Date Total: 10.4″

Previous seasons:
Winter 2018-2019 37.8″
Winter 2017-2018 34.1″
Winter 2016-2017 22.9″
Winter 2015-2016 43.7″
Winter 2014-2015 44.7″
Winter 2013-2014 78.0″

Winter 2009-2010: No details, but the seasonal total was about 100″ with three major blizzards.

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