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Harford snow ends short of forecast; cold follows
Harford snow ends short of forecast; cold follows

By late Monday morning it was all over for Harford County, which fared much better in the latest winter storm than what the dire forecasts had predicted. The storm Sunday night through Monday was forecast to be one of the worst of this bitter cold and snowy winter, with snow accumulations initially pegged at 8 to 12 inches. By Sunday evening, however, forecasters had downgraded the snowfall projections to 6 to 8 inches, with the lesser amounts north near the Mason-Dixon Line. In the end, Harford received considerably less snow, but it did get the plunging temperatures that were forecast to follow the snow Monday night. The snowfall was in the three-inch to five-inch range, with Bel Air...

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