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    Blizzard Socks Six States with Over 2 Feet of Snow

    By Jesse Ferrell, Meteorologist/Community Director
    2/14/2014, 9:44:42 AM

    This is my final list of totals from the pre-Valentines's day ice and snow storm, highest by state. Snow amounts over 20" are shown on the snow map below. Six states got near or over two feet of snow! (Previous redacted lists can be found at the bottom of yesterday's entry).


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    PREVIOUS ENTRIES: Pre-Valentine's Storm Will Be Biggest of Season | Ice Storm Disaster; Lightning Cranks Up Blizzard

    SNOW:

    Reisterstown, MD: 29.0"
    Pilot, VA: 28.5"
    Mount Storm, WV: 27.5"
    Sterling, PA: 26.0"
    Jewett, NY: 25.8"
    Mt. Holly, VT: 23.5"
    Boones Hill, NC: 21.0"
    Darien, CT: 16.8"
    Newfound Gap, TN: 16.0"
    Lanesborough, MA: 16.0"
    West Chesterfield, NH: 14.2"
    Greenwood, ME: 14.0"
    Jenkins, KY: 14.0"
    West Glocester, RI: 10.1"

    SLEET:

    Irmo, SC: 4.0"
    Forest Acres, SC: 3.0"
    Chapel Hill, NC: 2.5"
    Buckingham, VA: 2.2"
    Augusta & Thomson, GA: 2.0"
    Portland, AR: 2.0"


    FREEZING RAIN:

    Barnwell, SC: 1.25"
    Aiken, SC: 1.2"
    Multiple Locations, GA: 1.0"
    Tallulah, LA: 1.0"
    Person, NC: 0.8"
    Bessemer, AL: 0.7"


    Here are some selected time periods during the storm in GREarth software, showing pressure, satellite, radar, storm reports, temperatures and weather observations:

    The views expressed are those of the author and not necessarily those of AccuWeather, Inc. or AccuWeather.com

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