Recent Precipitation (=rain and liquid water amount in snow)
The previous TWO HOURS precipitation is shown by the Intellicast time-series radar. Rain fell where the image shows green (light rain), yellow (more intense rain), or red (very intense rain). Reload the page if think you are not getting the latest image. To convert time stamps on the images to local time:
0000 GMT = midnight GMT = 8pm Eastern Daylight Savings Time (EDST)
0200 GMT = 2am GMT = 10pm EDST
0400 GMT = 12am (midnight) EDST
0600 GMT = 2am EDST
0800 GMT = 4am EDST
1000 GMT = 6am EDST
1200 GMT = 8am EDST
1400 GMT = 10am EDST
1600 GMT = 12pm EDST
1800 GMT = 2pm EDST
2000 GMT = 4pm EDST
2200 GMT = 6pm EDST Converting GMT time to Local time
– The Northeast radar summary is the most recent radar image with arrows added to show the weather system direction, speed, intensity, and height of clouds (which indicates amount of precipitation).
– Previous 24 HOURS OBSERVED PRECIPITATION - amount from 8am Yesterday to 8am Today (but if you view it early in the day, range is 8am 2 days ago to 8am yesterday).
– Previous 7 DAYS OBSERVED PRECIPITATION - amount from 8am 7 days ago to 8am Today (but if you view it early in the day, range is 8am 8 days ago to 8am yesterday).
Other weather data sources
USDA crop weather summary maps (PDF): Weekly, monthly, or seasonal national summary maps of temperature and precipitation.
National Climate Date Center customized graphs. Take the long view. Customize a graph of past weather data from just about anywhere, anytime.
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