Erie, PA shatters many snowfall records

Almost double previous daily snowfall record.

Erie, PA received 34″ of snow on Christmas Day! This is a new all-time daily snowfall record. The previous record was 20″ set on 11/22/56. For reference, the greatest 3-day snowfall in Erie was 30.2″ (12/29-31/2002), greatest 7-day snowfall is 39.8″ (12/27/01-1/2/2002)

Snowfall was expected to continue through Wednesday.

Thanks to Clay Olson for these links

10 thoughts on “Erie, PA shatters many snowfall records”

  1. I find it interest that the AGW folks complain that we have altered the Climate over the last 150 years when we are now breaking records that were set 150 years ago. Seems to me that the Climate is CHANGING back to what it was 150 years ago which should have the Environmentalist dancing in the streets.

  2. Sorry to bring this up, but how are the refugees and newly arrived “immigrants” handling this up North?

    Who pays for the heating? The clothes? The transportation to and from translators and Legal Aid offices? Who pays for, and/or, delivers food to those with no transportation?

    Who pays for all that?

  3. Snowmageddon Dumps Record 60 Inches Of Snow On Erie, PA; “Declaration Of Disaster”

    On Tuesday, the city of Erie, Pennsylvania signed a declaration of disaster emergency, after a two-day storm dumped 5-feet of snow. Heavy lake-effect snow set record-setting snowfall totals in the snow belts to the east of Lake Ontario and Lake Erie.

    From 7 p.m. on Dec. 24 to 6:02 p.m. Dec. 26, Erie had received 60.0
    inches of snow, which shattered numerous records for the region. Nearly
    all of the snow fell on Monday and Tuesday.

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