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.
I suppose it’s too nice too soon and too nice out to say “Let The Snow Games Begin” but I figured it was time to at least make a post about the new snow season. I was a little surprised to see that Binghamton is showing a trace of snow already especially being the southern most city in the Golden Snowball snow contest.
I also had a major computer crash so I kind of wanted to take a test ride on the computer I am using as a back up which dates back to the beginning of time. Everything is taking about 5 times longer to do but it will have to do for now. I was fortunate that I did a full backup on the other computer a few months back so I was able to retrieve most of the stuff I needed. I should probably say surprisingly I did a full backup not too long ago because that doesn’t happen too often. All of the logins and passwords to sites that I need is a whole other story
I was reading an article by Glenn Coin over at Syracuse.com which inspired me to check on the stats today to see what was going on. It was mainly about Syracuse and the first snowfall of the season. Glenn mentioned that October 1st was the earliest day of Fall when syracuse has received more than just a trace of snowfall which was back in 1946. It was a little later for Buffalo and Rochester. You can check Glenn Coin’s article about early snowfall here!
Any predictions on which city will win the Golden Snowball contest this season? I thought for sure Buffalo was going to pull it off last season. One more thing is that I did do an update on the National Snow Contest Website Golden Snow Globe and a few cities are also showing just a trace of snow. No measurable snow as of the last update though.
OK, back to the nice October weather we are all having 😉