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    Lake Champlain was producing lake effect yesterday and last night. Our place on the Rutland/Addison County borders picked up about an inch.



    Meanwhile the Chesapeake Bay was producing bay effect snow over the southern tip of the Delmarva Peninsula. A sign of how cold this airmass is for this time of year.
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    Cape Cod was getting ocean effect snow last night and this morning.
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    Looks like every body of water bigger than Champlain is producing something. Delaware Bay had a long cloud streamer coming out of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill O View Post
    Lake Champlain was producing lake effect yesterday and last night. Our place on the Rutland/Addison County borders picked up about an inch.



    Meanwhile the Chesapeake Bay was producing bay effect snow over the southern tip of the Delmarva Peninsula. A sign of how cold this airmass is for this time of year.
    The first snow or two of the season is always exciting.
    Steve
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