Strong Snow Squall on Christmas Day

Mid-morning on Christmas day saw a strong snow squall pass through North Falmouth.  It lasted for close to an hour with high winds from all directions, blinding snow, and a rapid drop in temperature.  My anemometer recorded gusts to  38 MPH.  John, K1`J, 3.9 miles south of us recorded gusts to 55 MPH.  The pics below are from my Davis Vantage Pro2 weather station.  The event was brief.  The snow melted almost immediately and melted down to 0.20 inches of water.  There were some downed power lines and tree branches.  Then the Sun came out and it was a nice day!

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About Dick, K1MGH

Retired physician, ham radio operator since 2003, Amateur Extra license in 2011z. Hobbies include woodworking, ham radio, digital photography, traveling in our Airstream trailer. Married to Claire going on 50 years. Other best friend is Winnie, our Irish Terrier.