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Old 10-27-2018, 09:22 AM
 
Location: Near the Coast SWCT
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I didn't know Mt Washington, NH has over 3 feet of snow this month! Normal is 17.6"!





3rd snowiest October on record! Still 4 days left. Most likely end up 2nd snowiest after this NorEaster this weekend


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Location: Western Massachusetts
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I didn't know Mt Washington, NH has over 3 feet of snow this month! Normal is 17.6"!





3rd snowiest October on record! Still 4 days left. Most likely end up 2nd snowiest after this NorEaster this weekend

thought that'd be a record for them, nope! Got a few more days of the month to make it. This Nor'easter could dump a lot of snow?
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Old 11-09-2018, 06:09 AM
 
Location: Near the Coast SWCT
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More snow so far this season in the central and Southern plains than the Northeast.

Goodland: 4.8"
Lincoln: 4.2"
Valentine: 3.5"
Hastings: 3.2"
Concordia: 3.2"
Omaha: 3.2"
Topeka: 2.3"
Kansas City: 1.5"
Columbia: 1.5"
North Platte: 1.1"
Wichita: 0.7"
Dodge City: 0.6"


Binghamton: 0.2"
Rochester: 0.1"
Buffalo: 0.1"
Scranton: T
Syracuse: T
Burlington: T
Albany: T
Concord: 0
Boston: 0
Hartford: 0
Worcester: 0

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Old 11-09-2018, 06:48 AM
 
Location: Northeast Suburbs of PITTSBURGH
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Plum, PA 2018/2019

October: 0.2"
November: T
December:
January: -
February: -
March: -
April: -
May: -

Season: 0.2"


Pittsburgh 2018/2019

October: T
November: T
December:
January: -
February: -
March: -
April: -
May: -

Season: T
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Old 11-11-2018, 05:30 PM
 
Location: Alexander Archipelago
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I didn't know Mt Washington, NH has over 3 feet of snow this month! Normal is 17.6"!
Not fair, it's over 6,000 ft. Same elevation near Thompson Pass, AK is estimated to have received 20 ft. already. https://alaskasnow.org/forecasts-obs...che-forecasts/
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Old 11-12-2018, 05:51 AM
 
Location: Near the Coast SWCT
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Places (NWS Climo Site Airports) with 1"+ above normal snowfall this season so far.

ERIE INTL AIRPORT, PA (+12.2")
Grand Forks NWS, ND (+8.2")
SAULT STE MARIE, MI (+6.2)
GRAND_FORKS, ND (6.1")
Marquette, MI (+5.4")
ALPENA, MI (+3.3")
LINCOLN, NE (+3.3")
Rapid City, SD (+3.2")
GRAND RAPIDS, MI (3.2")
GRAND ISLAND, NE (+3.2")
MILWAUKEE, WI (+3.0")


COLORADO SPRINGS, CO
CARIBOU MUNICIPAL, ME
BOZEMAN/GALLATIN, MT
CONCORDIA, KS
SPRINGFIELD, IL
ALAMOSA MUNI(AWOS), CO
ST. CLOUD, MN
OMAHA/EPPLEY, NE
AMARILLO ARPT(AWOS), TX
DULUTH, MN
WAUSAU, WI
GREEN BAY, WI
GOODLAND, KS
TOPEKA (TOP), KS
Lincoln NWS, IL
GLASGOW INTL ARPT, MT
Dodge City, KS
DUBUQUE IA, IA
ROCKFORD, IL
Moline, IL
HASTINGS, NE
BANGOR INTL ARPT, ME
COLUMBIA ,MO
EAU CLAIRE, WI
KANSAS CITY/INTL, MO
Minneapolis NWS, MN
MANSFIELD, OH
FLINT, MI
DETROIT/WAYNE, MI
PEORIA, IL
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Old 11-12-2018, 08:32 AM
 
Location: Romania
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T for November
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Old 11-12-2018, 08:39 AM
 
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We had our first snowflurries this past Saturday morning in Southeastern PA. it was in the 40s too which made it unexpected. Last night was probably our coldest night of Autumn at 25 degrees.
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Old 11-13-2018, 05:36 AM
 
Location: Near the Coast SWCT
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Through November 12th, 2018


Top 10 Locations with above normal snowfall this season. Texas and Missouri on the list now.

ERIE, PA (+12.0")
Grand ForksNWS, ND (+8.0")
SAULT STE MARIE, MI (+7.5")
GRAND_FORKS, ND (+6.9")
Marquette,MI (+6.4")
SPRINGFIELD,IL (+4.0")
COLUMBIA, MO (+3.7")
ALAMOSA,CO (+3.5")
AMARILLO,TX (+3.5")
GRAND RAPIDS,MI (+3.3")
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Old 11-18-2018, 07:28 AM
 
Location: Near the Coast SWCT
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Plum, PA 2018/2019

October: 0.2"
November: T


Season: 0.2"
Winning.

My Backyard: 2018-19 as of November 18th

October: 0.0"
November: 6.0"

Season: 6.0"


Edit: Oh wait, you haven't updated. Crap. lol
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