Portland, Maine: All-time record snowstorm (31.9"); Old record from Jan. 17-18, 1979 (27.1")Hartford, Conn.: (Bradley Field): Second-heaviest snowfall on record (22.3)"; record is from Jan. 12, 2011 (24").Worcester, Mass.: Third heaviest snowstorm all-time (28.7"); Record is 33" from "April Fools' 1997".Concord, N.H.: Second heaviest snowstorm all-time (24").Boston (Logan Airport): Fifth heaviest snowstorm on record (24.9").So perhaps not THE record snowfall in the Northeast but definitely A record snowfall.Peter
Wouldn't their records go back to 1620 or so? LOL !?!
"So perhaps not THE record snowfall in the Northeast but definitely A record snowfall."So close on the heels of Sandy, and now something new expected next weekend.Ken
For the record. This storm produced some good-sized accumulation. The water content of the snow was low, producing as much as a 50-1 ration of water to snow. We used to use 10-1 as the average. Not an exact science, but for those familiar with different types of snow, this Nemo snow was very light and fluffy.Great skiing snow BTW.
And we all know that records cannot be set unless a cataclysmic destructive phenomenon is occurring ...
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