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Snowfall December 9, 2009



A strong storm system moved from the Central Plains on December 9th across the northeast part of the country through December 10th. This produced 3 to 8 inches of snow across the area during the morning and early afternoon on December 9th. The precipitation became a mix of snow, sleet and rain during the afternoon and then back over to snow in some parts of the area into December 10th. Below are surface maps showing the track of the storm.


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December 09 - 0000 UTC
December 09 - 0300 UTC
December 09 - 0600 UTC
December 09 - 0900 UTC
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December 09 - 1500 UTC
December 09 - 1800 UTC
December 09 - 2100 UTC
December 10 - 0000 UTC
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December 10 - 0900 UTC
December 10 - 1200 UTC
December 10 - 1500 UTC
December 10 - 1800 UTC
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