Mixed Precipitation
January 12, 2012

A very complex storm system brought a wintry mix of precipitation to east central New York and western New England on Thursday, January 12th. Snow, sleet, freezing rain and rain all occurred as the system impacted the region. Warmer air worked up the Hudson Valley, changing the precipitation to plain rain and kept down snowfall, sleet and ice accumulations. Snowfall and sleet reports were generally in the 2 to 6 inch range, with ice accretions from a trace up to around one quarter of an inch. In addition, northeast winds were locally enhanced by the terrain in the Bennington area with gusts up to 50 mph reported Thursday morning.

Snowfall Reports

Surface Map 7 am Jan 11, 2012
Surface Map 7 am EST Jan 11, 2012
500 mb Map 7 am Jan 11, 2012
500 mb Map 7 am EST Jan 11, 2012
Surface Map 7 am Jan 12, 2012
Surface Map 7 am EST Jan 12, 2012
500 mb Map 7 am Jan 12, 2012
500 mb Map 7 am EST Jan 12, 2012

Upper Air Sounding - Albany NY
7 pm Jan 11, 2012
7 pm EST Jan 11, 2012
7 am Jan 12, 2012
7 am EST Jan 12, 2012
 7 pm Jan 12, 2012
7 pm EST Jan 12, 2012