Record snowfall in New York

Heavy wet snow sent tree limbs crashing down and left more than 100,000 customers without power across upstate New York.

Buffalo had received more than 8 inches of  snow by 7 a.m. Friday, a record for March 2.

Areas south of the city received 20 inches (50 cm) or more.

Meanwhile, about 70 miles east, the Rochester area was closing in on a foot of snow.

Thanks to Clay Olson for this link

2 thoughts on “Record snowfall in New York

  1. I wonder if the idiots will come out in the schools up there, screaming at kids that their mom’s cars are causing lack of snowfall and GW in upstate New York? LOL

    Nothing would surprise me about New York knowing how they voted in 2017!

  2. Upstate NY, other than the downstate college students and their left wing profs, voted for Trump. Downstate, 4 of 5 boroughs of NYC voted overwhelmingly Democratic.

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