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> Mid ATL/NE Snow Census, NEED FINAL WINTER TOTALS!!!! POST NOW
WNYLakeEffect
post Mar 14 2010, 09:39 AM
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WNY February snowfall:

http://www.erh.noaa.gov/buf/products/031410pns.htm
Mayville, NY has had 230" for the season, which is probably close to average for them.


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Winter 2010-11 Snow: 148.0"
Winter 2009-10 Snow: 128.3"
Winter 2008-09 Snow: 175.0"
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post Mar 15 2010, 01:45 PM
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73 inches this year, average is 60 inches so we're about a foot above that. Can't complain, hope next year is even snowier!
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ArmonkStorm
post Mar 17 2010, 04:23 PM
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Im back now biggrin.gif


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Average Seasonal Snow: 35"

Total Snow for the 09-10 Season--- 43.5"
Total Snow for the 10-11 Season--- 70.5"
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post Mar 19 2010, 04:41 PM
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57" here in Charlottesville, VA this winter - our snowiest on record. I've now seen the two largest snows officially recorded in Roanoke, VA (during the Blizzard of '96: 22") and Charlottesville (Dec. 19th Blizzard this year: 23")

Average snowfall: 20"

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post Mar 19 2010, 10:49 PM
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I think we will get a couple more before it's all over, but in Pittsburgh, we smoked our average snowfall and to date we have 76.9", our third snowiest winter on record. FWIW, # is 78.5" and #1 is 82". I will never forget this winter and may never see another one like it here in Pittsburgh.

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post Mar 19 2010, 10:51 PM
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I finished creating the final maps for the winter snow total up to February, including the difference from average. Remember that all of these maps are estimations, and may not be correct in some areas. All data is up to March 1st.

Below is my estimated snow total map:

Attached File  Picture1.png ( 519.12K ) Number of downloads: 7


Below is the snow departure map from average, and percentage map:

Attached File  Picture2.png ( 429.39K ) Number of downloads: 3


Attached File  Picture3.png ( 362.65K ) Number of downloads: 3


And using both the percentage of average snow and departure, the "snow drought" and "excess snow" areas:

Attached File  Picture4.png ( 327.1K ) Number of downloads: 4


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post Mar 20 2010, 08:21 AM
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QUOTE(NYCSuburbs @ Mar 19 2010, 11:51 PM) *
I finished creating the final maps for the winter snow total up to February, including the difference from average. Remember that all of these maps are estimations, and may not be correct in some areas. All data is up to March 1st.

Below is my estimated snow total map:

Attached File  Picture1.png ( 519.12K ) Number of downloads: 7


Below is the snow departure map from average, and percentage map:

Attached File  Picture2.png ( 429.39K ) Number of downloads: 3


Attached File  Picture3.png ( 362.65K ) Number of downloads: 3


And using both the percentage of average snow and departure, the "snow drought" and "excess snow" areas:

Attached File  Picture4.png ( 327.1K ) Number of downloads: 4



Great Maps NYCSuburbs! They should complement my next post well biggrin.gif


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Average Seasonal Snow: 35"

Total Snow for the 09-10 Season--- 43.5"
Total Snow for the 10-11 Season--- 70.5"
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post Mar 20 2010, 08:25 AM
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QUOTE(ArmonkStorm @ Mar 20 2010, 09:21 AM) *
Great Maps NYCSuburbs! They should complement my next post well biggrin.gif

Thanks! While the website I used to find the averages up to March 1st didn't have too many averages, it was enough for me to make an estimation for the percentage map, which actually looks reasonable considering where the jackpot area with the blizzards was.
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post Mar 24 2010, 12:41 AM
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Originally I was not going to post here, but due to the forum advertising on Armonk's part, here I am.

We recieved a thrilling 0" of snow this winter! blink.gif That's more than all of you combined. Here are my snowfall totals for the past decade of winters:

1999-2000: 0"
2000-2001: 0" ohmy.gif
2001-2002: 0"
2002-2003: 0"
2003-2004: 0"
2004-2005: 0" blink.gif
2005-2006: 0"
2006-2007: 0"
2007-2008: 0"
2008-2009: 0" cool.gif
2009-2010: 0" (so far)



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Temecula Seasonal Precipitation 2013-2014: 6.10" (-6.65")
Normal to-date precipitation: 12.75"
Season began July 1st, 2013.

My Seasonal Precipitation 2013-2014: 7.10"

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post Mar 28 2010, 01:04 PM
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Waynesboro VA. 61 INCHES. In my backyard. Some areas close by had 65-72 inches. Great winter !!! avg is near 20 inches.
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post Mar 28 2010, 01:11 PM
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About to redo my map and make it a final one.


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post Mar 28 2010, 03:43 PM
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I was meaning to come out with a summary of the winter but after finishing 3 of the 4 MECS summaries, my computer crashed and I lost everything mad.gif

My weeks are very busy, but I'll try to redo everything as soon as I can


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Average Seasonal Snow: 35"

Total Snow for the 09-10 Season--- 43.5"
Total Snow for the 10-11 Season--- 70.5"
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post Mar 29 2010, 09:32 AM
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Attached File  Final_Winter_2009_2010_Snowfall_Totals_Map.jpg ( 38.09K ) Number of downloads: 1


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post Mar 30 2010, 05:43 PM
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68" here in Nazareth, PA. Spot on compared to the previously posted maps.


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post Apr 3 2010, 01:11 PM
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Winter 2009-2010 Summary



How does one summarize this past winter? In attempting to do so, only one word came to mind: extreme. Extreme snow, extreme r/s lines, and simply extreme weather, the likes of which may not be seen again for a long time. The winter was highlighted by the four major east coast storms (MECS'S) that impacted the area. Not only was it record number of storms that hit the northeast, but the unpredictability associated with some of them made for quite a thrill.

It should be noted that this winter was not historic for all, following the theme of "extreme", places in the Southern Mid Atlantic smashed numerous old snow records, while Southern New England, including Boston, experienced a mainly snowless winter with below average snow totals.

In the next few posts, I will highlight the four MECS's that made the 09-10 winter.



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Average Seasonal Snow: 35"

Total Snow for the 09-10 Season--- 43.5"
Total Snow for the 10-11 Season--- 70.5"
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post Jan 11 2012, 03:18 PM
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Know its kinda late but after looking through my total for this year I found I missed an event and some of my other amounts were off a bit. I have since changed my snowfall to 42-44 inches. This means that for this year I was between 2-4 inches above average and only one stormn produced over 6 inches and no storms produced a foot or more making the fact I was above average pretty amazing.


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Snow Events
12/10 2 inches
12/14-12/15 5.5 inches
12/17 2.5 inches
12/24 1.5 inches
1/3 5.5 inches
1/10 1.5 inches
1/18 4.5 inches
1/21-1/22 3.5 inches
1/25 2 inches
2/3 4 inches
2/5 8 inches
2/9 1 inch
2/13 12.5 inches
2/15 1.5 inches
Total 55.5 inches

09-10 43.5 inches ( Newly Updated from 39 inches)
10-11 60.5 inches
11-12 21 inches
12-13 45.5
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