Due to the coverage of the Groundhog Day Storm, I didn't get a chance to provide a final list of the snowfall amounts from this week's storm. Here it is. The New York Times says that 23 people were killed by this storm and over 1.4 million customers lost power. That beats the December New England Ice Storm, which only knocked out power to 1,000,000 customers. For a look at the incredible Freezing Rain and Sleet reports, see my previous blog entry. Lots of you uploaded good snow pics too,which I appreciate.
HIGHEST SNOW REPORTS (BY STATE):
Stowe, VT: 22.0" (OnTheSnow.com)
Loon Mountain, NH: 21.0" (OnTheSnow.com)
Londonberry, VT: 20.0"
Shawnee Peak, ME: 18.0" (OnTheSnow.com)
Paoli Peaks, IN: 18.0" (OnTheSnow.com)
Peek N Peak, NY: 18.0" (OnTheSnow.com)
Sunapee, NH: 16.5"
Grand Valley, PA: 16.0"
Pittsfield, VT: 16.0" (SnowMatrix)
Greenville, OH: 14.0" (SnowMatrix)
Saint Juste, ME: 14.0"
Perrysburg, NY: 13.5"
Paragon, IN: 13.2"
Union, OH: 13.0"
Sumner, IL: 12.5"
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LATEST MODERATORS PICKS: TAG "SNOW"
According to NOHRSC, this is what the final snow accumulation looked like:
LATEST MODERATORS PICKS: TAG "ICE"
North Lovell, ME: 11.0" (SnowMatrix)
Olivebridge, NY: 10.5" (SnowMatrix)
Multiple Locations, MO: 9.0"
Savoy, MA: 8.4"
Florence, KY: 7.5"
Layfayette, IN: 7.0" (SnowMatrix)
Paris, IL: 6.5" (SnowMatrix)
St. Louis, MO: 6.5" (SnowMatrix)
Buckhannon, WV: 6.0" (SnowMatrix)
Mohawk Mountain, CT: 6.0"
West Milford, NJ: 5.9" (SnowMatrix)
Pepperell, MA: 5.6" (SnowMatrix)
Burrillville, RI: 5.5"
Torrington, CT: 5.0" (SnowMatrix)
Multiple Locations, PA: 5.0" (SnowMatrix)
Roselle Park, NJ: 4.2"
Nottingham, MD: 4.0" (SnowMatrix)
Mount Savage, MD: 4.0"
Shepherdstown, WV: 3.8"
Fairfax & Burke, VA: 3.3"
Fairfax, VA: 3.0" (SnowMatrix)
Dagsboro, DE: 2.0" (SnowMatrix)
Ripley, TN: 2.0" (SnowMatrix)
Bear & Wilmington, DE: 1.5"
The mid-Atlantic had never seen a March morning as cold as this one... the Great Lakes ice and U.S. snow cover set records, and more.
Elliot Abrams said: "Rather than centering near the I-80 to I-70 corridor, the snow was centered on the I-70 to I-64 corridors." So what he's saying is...
It's been a heck of a season, but winter is not over yet. Historic cold and snow is coming once again.
I was lucky enough again this year to have AccuWeather send me to Social Media Week in New York City and even luckier to get these awesome photos.
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Six states got socked with around two feet of snow -- or more, after the Pre-Valentine's Day Blizzard of 2014 was through.