March 13-14, 2010
Heavy Rain, Snow, Sleet, Ice and Wind

Precipitation, Snowfall and/or Wind Gust Reports
Albany, New York, Boston

A nor 'easter impacted the region with abundant moisture and windy conditions. Temperatures varied greatly from the valleys into the higher terrain. There was some snow, sleet and freezing rain across higher elevations, generally above 1000 feet, in the eastern Catskills, Helderbergs, southern Adirondacks, Berkshires, Litchfield Hills and southern Vermont. The highest snowfall totals of 5 to 11 inches were reported across the central and southeastern Catskills. As for precipitation totals, they varied greatly across the local area as precipitation favored the higher terrain and valley locations experienced downsloping. Precipitation amounts in the Capital District were generally less than a quarter of an inch with some locales reporting less than five hundredths. Locally, the highest precipitation totals of 2 to 4 inches were reported across the higher terrain of the eastern Catskills, Berkshires and Litchfield Hills. Much higher precipitation totals occurred to our south and east with amounts up to 6 to 8 inches.

Daily Snowfall
24-hr Precipitation
24-hr Snowfall ending 8 am March 14, 26, 2010
24-hr Precipitation ending 8 am March 14, 2010

Upper Air Soundings
Albany NY
Upton (Long Island) NY
7 am EST Mar 13, 2010
7 pm EST Mar 13, 2010
7 am EST Mar 13, 2010
7 pm EST Mar 13, 2010
Albany Upper Air Sounding 12Z March 13, 2010
Albany Upper Air Sounding 00Z March 14, 2010
Upton NY Upper Air Sounding 18Z March 13, 2010
Upton NY Upper Air Sounding 00Z March 14, 2010

Surface Maps 500 mb Charts
Surface Map Mar 12, 2010
7 am EST March 12, 2010
500 mb Map Mar 12, 2010
7 am EST March 12, 2010
Surface Map Mar 13, 2010
7 am EST March 13, 2010
500 mb Map Mar 13, 2010
7 am EST March 13, 2010
Surface Map Mar 14, 2010
8 am EDT March 14, 2010
500 mb Map Mar 14, 2010
8 am EDT March 14, 2010
Surface Map Mar 15, 2010
8 am EDT March 15, 2010
500 mb Map Mar 15, 2010
8 am EDT March 15, 2010