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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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Sunday, March 6, 2011

2010 - 2011 is Now Officially the 4th Snowiest Season for Syracuse

Updated 5:30 PM 3/7 - All of the new snow stats have been posted by NOAA and it's official now. Syracuse's snow season ranks 4th snowiest now. Once in awhile my math is right go figure. Syracuse and Binghamton both set a date record for today with the overnight snow. Binghamton had 8.2 inches more and Syracuse had 6.3 both records for the date going back to 1982. Albany added another 5.5 inches and zip for Buffalo and Rochester for today.

Wait there is more. Check out the stats and the cities above. Can anyone figure out what changes were made besides new snow totals?


Updated 12:15 - I just found a page on NOAA that shows the Syracuse airport is reporting 24 hour totals as of 12:05 3/7 at 13.4 inches. If I did my math right and most likely I didn't, lol that would put Syracuse in the #4 spot with 173.5 inches. Stay tuned :)) Math was 160.1 + 13.4 = 173.5 :))

Updated 2/7/11 - Syracuse has officially moved into the #5 spot as far as snowiest seasons go. The totals just reflect what was reported by NOAA for yesterday and are still not counting the overnight snow. Chances are that Syracuse has had it's 4th snowiest season once the overnight totals come out.

Last Night - As of 10 PM Syracuse has had it's 6th snowiest season on record and has a good shot at hitting the number 5 spot overnight. Can you say 200 inches :) Stay tuned.

1. 1992-93 (192.1)
2. 2000-01 (191.9)
3. 2003-04 (181.3)
4. 2010-11 (173.5)
5. 1995-96 (170.9)
6. 1991-92 (166.9)
7. 1993-94 (163.8)
8. 1989-90 (162.0)
9. 1977-78 (161.2)
10. 1970-71 (157.2)

Sundays Snow Totals -

Binghamton - 7.7 Record dating back to 1999
Syracuse - 7.1
Rochester - 5.5
Buffalo - 3.5
Albany - .6

More to come later as stats are posted!!! Have a super day all!

17 Comments:

At 3/7/11, 8:08 AM , Anonymous Eric said...

yes! 200 inches!
sssshhhhhhhhhhhh
lets not jinx it.

 
At 3/7/11, 8:39 AM , Blogger Crysania said...

I'm going to hazard a guess and say we moved into #4 last night. I'm still stuck, can't even leave my road because it hasn't been plowed!

 
At 3/7/11, 9:07 AM , Anonymous Deb M said...

I'd say you'll take over the #4 spot as soon as you update this morning. Come on, UPDATE! : )

 
At 3/7/11, 11:13 AM , Blogger Patrick said...

Eric, I haven't has to do a snow dance all year. If I jinx us I have 2 snow dances left to pull it off :) The Snow God must be controlling this winter.

 
At 3/7/11, 11:18 AM , Blogger Patrick said...

Crysania and Deb, if I were abetting man, ummm which I am I suppose, I would bet that we are at #4 now also.

When the airport came out with the stats at 10 pm they were about 3 inche less than what I measured at my house just outside of East Syracuse. That had me a little worried about reaching the #4 spot at the airport. I feel better now that I see the 7.1 inches for yesterday ;)

 
At 3/7/11, 12:32 PM , Blogger Grumpy said...

I got nearly 2 feet in Bingo.

 
At 3/7/11, 12:48 PM , Blogger Patrick said...

Grumpy, I'm sure there is a lot more to add to Bingo. That was just yesterdays snowfall and not the overnight snow which was heavier ;)

 
At 3/7/11, 12:53 PM , Blogger Patrick said...

Grumpy, I just looked and I see storm totals for Bingo at 17 inches. Not sure if it is a spotter though or official NOAA stats. My guess is that Binghamton won this round and I would love to see you drop Buffalo down to 4th palce :)))

No offense to Buffalonians of course ;)

 
At 3/7/11, 1:57 PM , Blogger Grumpy said...

I just spent an hour clearing it (with the 35hp diesel tractor and 1600lb loader). even that wasn't enough. well over two feet in spots.

 
At 3/7/11, 6:08 PM , Blogger Stephen said...

Haha! Binghamton's overtaken Buffalo!

 
At 3/7/11, 7:08 PM , Anonymous Eric said...

2 snow dances left? sounds good. Snow Gods totally Rule!

 
At 3/7/11, 8:01 PM , Blogger Patrick said...

Lol, you got it Stephen. A little strange seeing Buffalo in 4th place this late in the season :))

Grumpy, that's a lot of snow. I'm glad that I got some of it done late last night. I borrowed the neighbors snow blower a little while ago and it struggled a little in spots but it sure beat shoveling it.

Eric, I wonder if NYCO, the keeper of the snow god has it out this season. I think if she di have it out she probably put him/her away by now.

 
At 3/7/11, 10:27 PM , Anonymous JMD said...

It definitely seemed like more than 13.4 inches in Jamesville. I didn't take a measurement, but it looked to me like two feet in areas. Definitely more than my snowblower was built for.

 
At 3/8/11, 1:01 AM , Anonymous TheGeneral said...

Wow! Going to be a nail bitter this year to see if the cuse can overtake Buffalo's record. I'll say they get to 197 and fall just short, once again :p! For as brutal as this winter has been I can't believe how PATHETIC Buffalo has been! If only the airport was 3-4 miles farther south we would be right in the thick of the leader boards! Go figure South Buffalo get's paralyzed in early December with 4 feet and all the airport can show is 6 inches! As the Buffalo sports slogan goes... "there's always next year"!

 
At 3/8/11, 10:00 AM , Blogger Patrick said...

JMD, I'm sure you got more than what the Syracuse airport did. I got around 17 at my house in Fremont, next to Minoa and it seemed the places more south got more. Here is are some of the storm totals for a lot of places.

http://forecast.weather.gov/product.php?site=BGM&issuedby=BGM&product=PNS&format=txt&version=1&glossary=0

 
At 3/8/11, 10:07 AM , Blogger Patrick said...

Hey General, good to see your alive and kick :) Hopefully everything is going good for you.

No doubt Buffalo had it's worse year in a long time as far as near misses go. I was watching you closely through Dec and Jan and seen how hard it was coming down most of the time all around the airport.

As for Syracuse I think this is one of the few seasons where the city may actually have gotten more than our airport. If not it was at least a wash with the way the storms have been. Take care man :)

 
At 3/9/11, 12:57 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Patrick,
82 degrees in North Kakilacki on Februrary 25 to 28, then Spring reared its ugly head back up. All I can say on your behalf is " go Cuse " rising up to that 200 inch level. And as always " go ORANGE " on the hardwoods and lax field. Take care dude.
Cousins Pam and Mike

 

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