Rochester Finally Gets Some Measurable Snow
An Update as of early this morning in the Buffalo area - Democrat and Chronicle
Rochester picked up over 3 inches of snow yesterday to make a run at the top but Buffalo said slow down rock, not yet. Buffalo added 5.3 inches of snow to their totals which keeps them on top of the snow contest. Rochester shows that 3.4 inches of the white fluffy gold fell from the sky above them which shot them from last place into second place this snow season. There still may be more to add to those totals come tomorrow morning.
Syracuse remains in third place followed by Albany and Binghamton. Binghamton has to be feeling pretty lonely down there at the bottom of the snow chart. Don't worry, we all know that Albany will take that spot over sometime soon.
Yesterday was a day of heavy rain and strong winds, followed by snow at most of the Golden Snowball cities. Funny thing is here we are in December and 4 of the 5 cities broke a record for the most rainfall for the date. Binghamton was the only city that didn't even though they had 1.10 inches of rain.
Hey, Have a Great Day All!