Massachusetts city smashes snowfall record for 2nd time in 2 weeks

On Tuesday, March 13, the city of Worcester (pronounced Wooster) reported 21.8 inches (55.4 cm) of snowfall, seven inches more than the previous record for March 13 set in 1993.

On March 1, the city also saw record snowfall of 21.8 inches, breaking the previous record of 15.8 inches (40.1 cm) set in 1959.

http://www.telegram.com/news/20180314/worcester-snowfall—218-inches—sets-record-for-da te

Thanks to Clay Olson for this link


2 thoughts on “Massachusetts city smashes snowfall record for 2nd time in 2 weeks”

  1. Yeah and thanks to Anthropogenic Global Warmng , cabon loading, and evil fossil fuels. A FOURTH NOR’EATSER in March 2018 with snow, ice, sleet, hail, and freezing rain will be arriving all in time for Spring in New England. The only question in my mind is how rapidly we plunge in temperature beyond a Maunder Minimum…

  2. Possibly another on the way, will probably be more spring East Coast snow somewhere. Although they like to minimize the West coast precipitation for some reason, Reno has the 4th snowiest March already, this storm is still going strong and there’s another one next week. Not too shabby. At least at the ski resorts it’s reached the threshold of Miracle they say.

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