This is a mosaic of National Weather Service radars across parts of the northeast. The loop is comprised of 49 images, each image is
a snapshot of precipitation near the top and bottom of each hour. Because of the amount of images, it may take a minute or so (depending on your
internet connection) for the loop to load and start. You will need Java installed to view the loop.
The images show the movement of a large area of precipitation moving across the area from January 28, 2009 1058 PM EST (0258 UTC) to
January 29, 2009 1058 PM EST (0258 UTC). Note the break or "hole" in the precipitation area begining about January 28, 2009 0858 AM (1358 UTC). This was an area that the snow mixed with freezing and sleet.
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