Sorry about the lack of updates all but it tis the season and with family in town it’s going to be hit and miss. The snow stats for the 5 golden snowball cities have been updated and it’s still looking to be a good snow race this season.
Syracuse finally got off the bottom of the snow hill with 4.6 inches being reported so far for yesterday. I think the strangest thing about the snow stats for Syracuse was that they actually set a daily date record with only 4.6 inches on December 23rd that dated all the way back to 1953. You would think that this far into the snow season it would take more than that to break a record wouldn’t you?
Rochester is still hanging tough at the top but barely with Binghamton and Buffalo trying to close in. Albany is finally where they belong, at least for now.
I think the stats that stand out the most right now is that all of the GSB cities are behind last seasons stats and their normal stats for this time of the season. Syracuse is over 50 inches behind in snow compared to last year at this time with Rochester the only city staying close to normals. I’ll try and sneak another update in before Christmas and maybe update a few cities in the national snow race but if not:
Have A Safe and Merry Christmas Everyone