Feb 102009

The National Weather Service finally posted Sunday’s snowfall at 12.9 inches. That broke the record of 11 inches in 1939. Monday’s snow fall was a record 14.9 inches, break a previous record of 7.6 inches in 1959

That gives us a storm total of 27.8 by the weather service numbers. For the month of February we are roughly 4 times normal snowfall, for this time of the month. For the season, since September 1, we have a conundrum. We are 18.8 inches ahead of normal snowfall, but 2.32 inches of water behind on precipitation. This is due mostly to the dry October and November. January was warmer than average, and very dry.

We could catch up this weekend. Most outlets are forecasting or modeling next weekend and early next week to be like this last weekend and Monday. And beyond…


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