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Timelapse Photography Videos

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Slight chance for thunderstorms on this day. I started the timelapse at 7am and went till 8pm. Minor convection occured while the cold front moved into Eastern Idaho as you can see. Currently at 9pm there is scattered showers. Thunderstorm Potential Rises for the 22nd here and will be doing another video. Stay Tuned.

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There was a better chance for thunderstorms today. I woke up around 10am and started the Camera. Went outside to see tons of cloud cover and figured the chances were slim to none. Ended up getting a thunderstorm around 12pm with very tiny hail. Some were almost 1/4 inch thick. The storm passed to the Northeast and then heavy showers came in and then the rain turned to snow. The snow was heavy and accumulated close to a half inch within 30 minutes. The snow ended around 1-2pm and then just became mostly cloudy. Currently at 9pm there is a mix of rain and snow and accumulations could reach 1-3 inches of snow overnight into tommorow morning.

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Lake Effect Snows in Excess of 5″ Inches per hour (MI to NY)

Put in place the Arctic Airmass and Lake Effects snow bands and you can expect 3-5 foot totals after the storms done from MI to NY.  Residents may be digging out for days or even weeks.  On Sunday there was Thundersnow with frequent lightning making for heavy snow squall bands that dumped up to 3 inches per hour and up to 5 inches per hour.  The snow is still falling in the heavy rate and additional feet can be expected.  For Pictures, photos and Video relating to this Major Winter storm please visit=

http://www.easternuswx.com/bb/index.php?showtopic=123789

Thanks for stopping by….

-gerrit

http://www.severeidaho.com