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October 28th to 29th, 2008 Heavy Snow

Radar Loop

This is a mosaic of National Weather Service radars across parts of the northeast. The loop is comprised of 40 images, each image is a snapshot of precipitation near the top 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.

These images show a large area precipitation moving northward along the eastern section of the country. Around 8 PM EDT or 0008 UTC, the precipitation starts to move out of eastern New York and northwest winds bring lake effect snow bands across parts of New York and Pennsylvania.

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