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Snow Blankets the U.S. from Texas to Maine
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Snow Blankets the U.S. from Texas to Maine

The winter weather that moved across the U.S. over the last week of December 2012 has left snow amounts of up to 20” in parts of the Eastern U.S. Using data from The National Operational Hydrologic Remote Sensing Center (NOHRSC), snow depth totals are plotted for the U.S. as of December 27, 2012. The NOHRSC uses high-resolution satellite, radar, in-situ, and reconnaissance data to provide highly detailed snow analyses for the U.S. Snow totals in Canada are not shown. More winter weather is expected over the next few days for these same areas, with heavy snowfalls possible from Illinois to Virginia.

 
Referral:Snow data from the NSIDC
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Keywords:snow, NOHRSC, 2012.12.28
 

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