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High Plains Drifter


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January 29, 2010

Southern Plains Winter Storm 2010 Jan 28 [post 15]

Filed under: 2010 Jan 28 — Mike U @ 1:22 am

Snow ended.  13.5″ storm total snowfall in Dumas. Snow came to an end late this evening.  Since it was still snowing at the time of the 12″ snow depth observation at 7:00pm, another 1.5″ or so accumulated between then and midnight, therefore I am calling it 13.5″.  There is already settling/compacting going on and the mean snow depth is around 12″ walking around the hotel grounds at midnight.  I will be staying another night in Dumas, since there is really no rush to leave as I am not due in to work until Saturday afternoon, so I will spend Friday in Dumas and probably leave here early Saturday morning.  This has been a very fun event to cover (the snow aspect of it).  The forecast worked out very well, and the final storm total snowfall fell right in the middle of the 12-15″ forecast I had for here.

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