Storm description, surface observations, snowfall totals, and images courtesy of the National Climatic Data Center, the National Centers of Environmental Prediction, the Climate Prediction Center, the Hydrometeorological Prediction Center, the Mount Holly National Weather Service Office, the Upton National Weather Service Office, Rutgers University, Plymouth State University, the University of Illinois, the American Meteorological Society, Weather Graphics Technologies, AccuWeather, and the Weather Channel.


Table of Contents

Storm Summary
Regional Surface Observations
National Weather Service Forecasts
Surface Maps
Satellite Imagery
National Surface Weather Maps - Pressure and Fronts Only
Continental Surface Weather Maps - Pressure and Fronts Only
Sea Level Pressure and 1000 to 500 Millibar Thickness Maps
850 Millibar Maps
700 Millibar Maps
500 Millibar Maps
300 Millibar Maps
200 Millibar Maps
National Radar Imagery
Regional Radar Imagery
Fort Dix Doppler Radar Imagery
Storm Photos







STORM PHOTOS
The following pictures were taken with a disposable camera by my mother around my hometown of Ewing, New Jersey at around 2 PM EDT March 16, 2007.  3.7 inches of sleet accumulated by the end of the storm.
View of the front yard from the front door
A burst of sleet rolling off the roof and in front of the camera
View of the driveway from the front door
View of the pool and woods from the back door
View of the pool and pine tree from the back door




STORM PHOTOS
The following pictures were taken with a disposable camera by my mother around my hometown of Ewing, New Jersey at around 4 PM EDT March 18, 2007.  Some melting had occurred since the peak accumulation of 3.7 inches at the end of the storm.
View of the end of Dunmore Avenue
View of the house from in front of the neighbor's house
View of the house from the end of Dunmore Avenue
View of the house from the end of the driveway
View across the street from the end of the driveway
View of the house from the middle of the driveway
View of the driveway from the front door

Table of Contents

Storm Summary
Regional Surface Observations
National Weather Service Forecasts
Surface Maps
Satellite Imagery
National Surface Weather Maps - Pressure and Fronts Only
Continental Surface Weather Maps - Pressure and Fronts Only
Sea Level Pressure and 1000 to 500 Millibar Thickness Maps
850 Millibar Maps
700 Millibar Maps
500 Millibar Maps
300 Millibar Maps
200 Millibar Maps
National Radar Imagery
Regional Radar Imagery
Fort Dix Doppler Radar Imagery
Storm Photos



Snow storm, January 28-29, 2007
Snow and ice storm, February 13-14, 2007
Snow and ice storm, February 25-26, 2007
Snow storm, March 7, 2007
Ice storm, March 15-17, 2007


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