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NorEaster07
post Mar 24 2018, 06:50 AM
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A look at the Top 30 locations above the snowfall normal for the entire U.S.

  • Erie with 192.3" is +97.1" above normal to date. Guess they've been locked in at #1.
  • Bangor, Maine is over 4 feet above normal to date which puts them at 3rd spot .109" for the season there.
  • Take a look at who's #6 for the entire U.S.. Islip. They are over 3 feet above normal right now with 61.3"
  • Caribou is 11th spot being 31" above normal
  • Coastal CT Bridgeport makes the list at #30 being 14" above normal.

Pittsburgh, NYC, Burlington, & Hartford were #32, 33, 34, & 35 so they just missed this list. NYC is 10.7" above normal. Hartford is +10.5"

** This includes every CLI report in the U.S produced by NWS that includes the snowfall departure from normal data.

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post Apr 2 2018, 11:21 AM
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QUOTE(NorEaster07 @ Mar 24 2018, 07:50 AM) *
A look at the Top 30 locations above the snowfall normal for the entire U.S.
  • Erie with 192.3" is +97.1" above normal to date. Guess they've been locked in at #1.
  • Bangor, Maine is over 4 feet above normal to date which puts them at 3rd spot .109" for the season there.
  • Take a look at who's #6 for the entire U.S.. Islip. They are over 3 feet above normal right now with 61.3"
  • Caribou is 11th spot being 31" above normal
  • Coastal CT Bridgeport makes the list at #30 being 14" above normal.
Pittsburgh, NYC, Burlington, & Hartford were #32, 33, 34, & 35 so they just missed this list. NYC is 10.7" above normal. Hartford is +10.5"

** This includes every CLI report in the U.S produced by NWS that includes the snowfall departure from normal data.

Billings, MT published this image of snowfall through the end of March. It's currently the 4th snowiest season on record and they are currently under a winter storm warning, which could push their season total into the #3 spot.

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post Apr 8 2018, 09:36 PM
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Snowfall totals as of April 8th in Eastern USA cities.

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post Apr 9 2018, 09:57 PM
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QUOTE(NWOhioChaser @ Mar 20 2018, 02:43 PM) *
Sayonara Winter 2017-18 😎


Ha! laugh.gif
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post Apr 10 2018, 12:58 PM
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QUOTE(paletitsnow63 @ Apr 8 2018, 10:36 PM) *
Snowfall totals as of April 8th in Eastern USA cities.


Looks like my hometown of Youngstown OH made the list twice. Lol.

Soooo, everywhere with less than 79 moves up a spot. smile.gif


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post Apr 22 2018, 06:35 AM
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UPDATE::

Final update of the season? Most likely.. No snow being shown on the map except for higher elevations and for Montana and Wyoming next 14 days.

Here's a look at the Top 30 Snowiest Locations in the U.S from all NWS Climo Sites through April 21st..

Rhinelander, WI with a big move compared to last month. Mid March they only had 61.3". They got 38.6" more since then...now only 0.1" away from 100" season.

Montana having a banner yr. Great Falls is 5th snowiest on record with 104.9". Only 6 yrs since 1892 had 100"+

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And here is a look at the Top 50 locations with the largest season snowfall departures..

Surprised? blink.gif Islip, Long Island NY is +41.1" above normal which is 7th largest in entire U.S. 3rd snowiest season on record.


Bridgeport, CT #31 being 18.3" above normal.
Hartford at #43 being 15.6" above normal.
Norfolk Nebraska and NYC makes the list as well.

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post Apr 22 2018, 06:47 AM
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I introduced a temperature inverse to the Accumulated Winter Season Severity Index (AWSSI). I am not sure what to think of it just yet. It seems to tell a different story though...







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post Apr 22 2018, 04:43 PM
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QUOTE(NorEaster07 @ Apr 22 2018, 06:35 AM) *
UPDATE::

Final update of the season? Most likely.. No snow being shown on the map except for higher elevations and for Montana and Wyoming next 14 days.

Here's a look at the Top 30 Snowiest Locations in the U.S from all NWS Climo Sites through April 21st..

Rhinelander, WI with a big move compared to last month. Mid March they only had 61.3". They got 38.6" more since then...now only 0.1" away from 100" season.

Montana having a banner yr. Great Falls is 5th snowiest on record with 104.9". Only 6 yrs since 1892 had 100"+

Attached File  Snow197.jpg ( 537.17K ) Number of downloads: 0



And here is a look at the Top 50 locations with the largest season snowfall departures..

Surprised? blink.gif Islip, Long Island NY is +41.1" above normal which is 7th largest in entire U.S. 3rd snowiest season on record.


Bridgeport, CT #31 being 18.3" above normal.
Hartford at #43 being 15.6" above normal.
Norfolk Nebraska and NYC makes the list as well.

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Yeah, we got dumped on li this year. Snow started early December, and just ened a couple weeks ago. Good riddance! I had enough. Today was a beautiful spring day finally.
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