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February 18 – Early Update

Just a quick update on the storm to let you know what happened as I am sure many are waking up underwhelmed by the snow totals. Sleet was heavily involved in a big chunk of Connecticut and the southern half of RI. On top of that, snowflake growth was poor, so where it was all snow, it was not the kind of flakes that really pile up.

I 295 in RI at 5 am

Steady precipitation is moving out of CT early today, and out of RI and Eastern MA 8-10 am. I am not convinced that the snow showers and flurries this afternoon will even happen in CT, and they should be light and probably inconsequential in RI.

The end result will certainly be referred to as a bust with less than an inch of snow, sleet near the coast, and probably 2-3″ at most inland.

Fred Campagna

President and Chief Meteorologist - Right Weather LLC AMS Certified Consulting Meteorologist #756 AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist #126

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