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Golden Snowball Totals for the 2010 - 2011 Snowfall Season
Updated  5/1/2011

GSB Cities This Season Normal Average
to Date
This Time Last Season Normal
 Seasons Average
All Time Season Snowfall Record
Syracuse 179.0 111.8 106.1 121.1 192.1 inches
( 1992 - 1993 )
Rochester 127.0 99.8 89.8 100.3 161.7 inches
( 1959 - 1960 )
Binghamton 117.5 80.8 81.4 81 134.0 inches
( 1995 - 1996 )
Buffalo 111.8 96.7 74.1 97 199.4 inches
( 1976 - 1977 )
Albany 87.2 62.6 45.4 62.6 112.5 inches
( 1970 - 1971 )

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Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Buffalo Continues to Pad Their Snow Totals

Go Buffalo! Although they have just about half of the snow that they normally have about this time of the year they are sneaking in an inch here and there to build on their lead. They may be able to catch last years totals by the end of the week. Albany is the only city above last years totals and all of the other GSB cities are pretty far behind both their average snow for this time in the season and last years totals.

Syracuse is over a foot behind their normals and almost a couple feet behind last seasons snow stats. Both Binghamton and Rochester are lacking around a foot of snow compared to last year at this time. What's this all mean? To be honest, not a thing. This is the great northeast and things can change in the blink of an eye. That blink of an eye may see some changes starting tonight and lasting at least a few days.

I'm seeing snow in the forecast that ranges anywheres from and inch or two to 2 - 4 and up. I'm guessing that the temperatures could be playing a part in how much snow some of our Great cities get. If your a snow lover all we can do is hope that the lake effect machines are all tuned up now and ready to start cranking out some real snow. Some of the reports have the lake effect staying up north but I have a feeling that a shift down to the south may be in the work. Remember though that's just me and I'm normally clueless soooo.....

In the snowiest city in the US it's not looking to good for the New York cities right now. Some of the weather stations are mentioning the great snow state of Colorado again and their not talking inches but feet again. Their is a good chance that some of the big cities may be getting a couple more feet of snow to add onto their already impressive leads. The big 3 cities in New York may have about 5 feet or more to catch up on in order to win the first ever Golden Snow Globe Award. I think it will be exciting right to the finish for both contests. More to come later.

Have a super snowy night all!

6 Comments:

At 12/9/09, 4:54 AM , Blogger TheGeneral said...

The cuse is in last place?! HA! I love it! Well it will be an interesting few days ahead of us for sure. And no I did NOT do a snowdance. Everytime we have hurricane winds in WNY everyone tries to blame it on me doing a faulty two step. It will be interesting to see where the snow bands setup on Thursday-Friday. Looks to be a tad south of Buffalo and a tad north of Syracuse meaning the big cities might miss on the big totals. Just have to wait and see!

 
At 12/9/09, 8:02 AM , Anonymous zr800 said...

Few inches for us overnight last night. Waking up to the plow going by @ 5:30am got me out of bed just a little quicker than normaly today. :)

 
At 12/9/09, 2:37 PM , Blogger cd said...

HAH! Hello from Madison, WI, the NEW land of ice and snow! Officially at the airport we got about 14 or so inches, but the yardstick in my yard says we got a good 10 more than that here in the southern part of the county! This is how we started our last 100 inch winter! Maybe there's something to this climate thing if Madison can beat my home town of 'Cuse!

 
At 12/9/09, 2:37 PM , Blogger Patrick said...

General, shhhhhhh! I did a snow dance last night and may have over done it. It was nothing to do with the snow we got but an attempt to try and bring down the lake effect snow when it starts to Syracuse. If the winds come from the north I'll take blame for them, lol.

 
At 12/9/09, 2:46 PM , Blogger Patrick said...

ZR, I slept right through it unfortunately :) Looks like only a few inches here also.

Hey CD, I was just watching the weather channel and they were talking about Wisconsin. I looked at Madison's snow stats not too long ago and I'll have to check them out again. Your in the new contest this season for snowiest US cities with a pop over 100,000.

I'll be trying to get some stats up either later tonight or tomorrow at www.goldensnowglobe.com . It should be interesting to see what the top 10 looks like.

 
At 12/9/09, 7:16 PM , Blogger TheGeneral said...

The lakes are starting to roar! The airport might miss out the heaviest of the snow but still looking good for a 6-12+ inch snowfall. Down my way in the southtowns the forecast is showing anywhere from 15-30 inches.

Ah if only I didn't have to work tomorrow.. sigh..

 

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