Syracuse has pushed Binghamton a spot down the snow hill to move into the #1 spot for the first time this season. All of the Golden Snowball cities now have measurable snow this season and obviously we have only just begun 😉
It’s close and only 0.3 of an inch separate Syracuse and Binghamton as of the last update from NOAA. I’m out of town right now so unfortunately I missed the first snowfall of the season although I did see a few snowflakes falling here in Clayton, NC this morning. I think I counted about 11 of them 😉
I think this is going to be another fun season and as always any of the cities can win the Golden Snowball trophy which sits just outside of the Mayors office door on a shelf here in Syracuse. OK, I don’t think Albany can win but it’s up for grabs for the other four cities.
Have an Awesome Weekend All
Updated 11/14 10 am – Binghamton is reporting another 1.1 inches of new snowfall on the season bringing their new snow totals to 1.3 to date and sledding them back into first place.
For some reason The National Weather service is only showing 0.2 of an inch of snow for Buffalo now instead of the 0.3 inches. We will have to see if that was a correction or a mistake. If that’s the case then Binghamton has been at the top of the snow hill the whole season so far
Rochester and Syracuse have finally gotten on the snow board. Both cities are reporting 0.2 inches of snow for the new 2014-2015 snow season. Looks like the snow race is on. Of course and then there is Albany, our Great states capital. Enough said about Albany 😉 Have an Awesome Day Everyone!
Buffalo is the second city so far this season to show some measurable snowfall in the Golden Snowball contest. Only 0.3 of an inch but enough to slip past Binghamton to take the top spot on the snow hill 😉 Snow is suppose to be in the air for the next day or two so I’ll keep this post updated as to how the GSB cities are doing.
Way to go Buffalo and could this be your season 😉 Stay Tuned!
It’s starting to look like it’s just a matter of time if not hours before some of us if not most will have our first measurable snowfall of the season. Binghamton has been holding onto that hefty lead of 0.2 inches of snowfall for awhile now while the rest of us are only showing a trace of snowfall.
Snow is in the forecast for all of the cities the next few days so which city do you think be the next to lead or will Bingo hang on to the top spot on the snow hill?
I was just reading around and came across a fun quiz on Syracuse.com that Glenn Coin put out. Of course being the Oracle I scored 100 (NOT ). A couple of the questions were a bit tricky but give it a shot if you think you know about Syracuse weather. Oh and let me know how you did. You can take the Syracuse Winter Quiz Here at Syracuse.com .
As for the National Golden Snow Globe contest things are heating up. OK, that doesn’t make sense and let’s say things are freezing up with all of the cold air moving across the country. We went from 9 cities with measurable snowfall to I think around 18 as of yesterdays update. You can check that out Here at the National Golden Snow Globe Contest.
Binghamton is the first city to strike first this snow season reporting 0.2 of an inch as of Friday. That only means one thing, that the Golden Snowball contest for the 2014-2015 snow season has begun. Way to go Binghamton
None of the other cities are showing any measurable snow yet for this season. All of the Golden Snowball cities are reporting at least a trace of snow now though after the cold air we had on Friday. Is everyone ready to get this snow season going? Enough for now and let’s see which city is the next to report some snowfall…
Have a great weekend everyone 😉
Rochester is the third city that got to see some snowflakes falling. So far so good if you’re not a snow lover. None of the cities have any measurable snow as of this last weekend. This snow season is starting off pretty much the same as last season did.
Buffalo and Binghamton should have over an inch by now on average. In the National Snow Contest Anchorage has the top spot on the snow mountain for now but that can and probably will change sometime soon. As of this weekend there were 9 cities with measurable snowfall in the big city contest. Remember that contest is for cities that have a population of 100,000 or more. You can check that out at www.goldensnowglobe.com .
Have an Awesome Week All