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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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Saturday, January 2, 2010

The Latest New York Storm Totals for a 1/2 & 1/3

5:30 PM New Snow Stats - Buffalo, Albany and Rochester's latest stats have just been posted at NOAA and Buffalo is looking pretty good with a 2 day total so far of 14.3 inches. Rochester and Albany didn't fair quite as good. At least not at the airports. Rochester is showing 2.6 for Sat & 3.5 so far today for a storm total of 6.1 inches. Albany shows just a couple of inches. Syracuse and Binghamton's stats just came out as I am typing and it's looking good for Syracuse with a 2 day storm total of 14.5 so far. Bingo is only reporting 1.4 inches.

Buffalo holds on to the King of the hill title and Syracuse jumps all the way up to second place while Binghamton who was in first place just yesterday drops all the way down to fourth. More to come because it's still snowing and the question is can Buffalo hold off DaCuse?

2 Day Storm Totals as of about 5 PM Sunday and still counting:

Syracuse - 14.5
Buffalo - 14.3
Rochester - 6.1
Albany - 2.0
Binghamton - 1.4


Sunday 4:00 PM - Just went out and shoveled and if I were to do a guesstimate I would say about 15 inches so far since about midnight Saturday. Hopefully at least that at the airport. Probably about the same going on here today as Patrick from Rochester just posted in the comments. A steady light snow here in DaCuse. It keeps getting dark like it wants to fire up but then lightens up again. What's it doing in your area and thanks for the updates everyone? Depending on what the other US cities are doing we may be able to get all 3 of our cities in the top 10. I'm holding off for now on the update until most of the snow stops falling for the Goldensnowglobe website.

Noon Sunday - Awesome says it all! The stats were just updated but keep in mind that they were from late last night (around 1:00 am) for Syracuse, Binghamton and Albany. The stats for Buffalo and Rochester were as of about 5 - 5:30 am this morning. Buffalo has retaken the lead once again but can they stay King come the next update later today?

I'm going to give Syracuse the advantage right now for the fact that I shoveled about 6 inches around 3:00 am this morning and I just measured another 6 inches. So I would say Syracuse has at least another 10 inches to add as of right now. Just remember I'm always wrong ;) A good part of New York is still getting snow and should be for a good part of the day so hopefully we will have some decent numbers to post later on.

Have a great day all!

3:30 PM - Nothing in the Syracuse area but a few flakes. It does look like the snow up North is slowly trying to make it down to us though. Hopefully this won't be a bust like it was earlier in the week :( Buffalo and Rochester look like they may be getting some decent snow. Any snow coming down where you live right now?

There has been a few lead changes the last several days which can only mean one thing. This is an exciting snow race this season ;)

Yesterday we had two king of the snow hills! Buffalo overtook Rochester as king of the hill at one point by 1 tenth of an inch. Binghamton wasn't having any part of that though pushing Buffalo down the hill where they now sit in the middle of the hill planning their return to the top. Rochester sits at the #2 spot while the Syracusans are finally making up lost snow and are thinking maybe, just maybe they will be the King of the snow hill some time tomorrow. Rochester may throw a snowball or two into Syracuse's plans though.

Snow is in the forecast for all of the GSB cities for today and tomorrow. After looking at some of the forecasts I'm thinking it's either going to be The Rock or Da Cuse at the top come tomorrow night. Just remember it's me thinking that and I'm normally wrong ;) I'll be trying to throw in a few extra snow stat updates as they roll in and get posted on NOAA and remember Snow Means Slow. Take it slow that is unless your on a sled of course :)

I'm also going to try and update the national snow contest today. It should be interesting to see where Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse stand nationally after this weekend is over. I know Michigan has been getting some good snow along with a couple other states.

Have a Great Weekend Everyone!


At 1/2/10, 4:24 PM , Anonymous Charles Wachal said...

Snowing here along the shore here in Rochester. LES Warnings issued we may see 10 inches of snow or so tomorrow.

At 1/2/10, 6:00 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fulton has recieved tons of snow. We are here
visiting from Florida and in the last 24 hrs we
have probably recieved 14-20 inches

At 1/2/10, 6:56 PM , Blogger Patrick said...

Charles, thanks for the snow update. I was thinking this snow would have either Rochester or Syracuse on top but it hasn't come down to DaCuse yet and it looks like Buffalo is getting some decent snow also. It may be between you two come morning.

Anon, I've been watching the snow hang up north a good part of the day, unfortunately. I think it's time for Fulton to let it go south and share ;) I'm sure it's going to be hard to leave all the white gold you're getting when you head back to Florida huh? Thanks for keeping us updated :)

At 1/2/10, 11:03 PM , Blogger Jill said...

In Lockport, I got about 4-5 inches. I just got back from my Mom's house, which isn't far from the Buffalo-Niagara airport, and I only saw an inch or two of new snow. There are all kinds of weather advisories out, but I don't think that Buffalo is going to gain much ground this weekend.... But WOW - it is ccccccold out!

At 1/3/10, 9:58 AM , Blogger Derek said...

I'm up in Hilton and we have had between 1-2 feet, but I don't think the majority of it is making its way into the city of ROC.

BTW, I love this site! I moved up here from Kansas (Rock Chalk!) a couple of years ago and the snow up here amazes me. As long as I don't have to drive in the dense lake effect bands, I love all of this snow!

At 1/3/10, 1:19 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Patrick - it was only a matter of time for the lake effect snow machine to fire itself up! and its the correct way to state HAPPY NEW YEAR to everyone in Central NY! we down here in North Kakilacki are also into our 4-6 week period of winter, a balmy 17 degrees. ahh the firth of winter's morn... don't dig out too soon as you know more is on its way. Cousins Pam and Mike!

At 1/3/10, 1:32 PM , Anonymous Patrick in Rochester said...

I'm south of the city near the airport and I would say that we have picked up at least 3-4 inches today. It has been snowing constantly but not heavily all day. Go ROC!

At 1/3/10, 5:06 PM , Anonymous Charles Wachal said...

so far 17 inches in Ontario, NY maybe as high as 22 inches but somewhere in there

At 1/4/10, 10:13 AM , Anonymous Andrew said...

I don't see how Rochester could only have 6 inches out of this storm. Although I do live on the Lake in Webster, we have well over a foot on our deck.


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