Friday, March 02, 2007

Winter of 1996; New York snowfall record

Eleven years today, New York City set a record for snowfall:
March 2, 1996-
another east coast snowstorm deposited 4.6 inches of snow at Central Park in New York City to bring its seasonal snowfall total to 66.3 inches, breaking the old season snowfall record of 63.2 inches set in 1947-48.

Today, the snow from the St. Valentines day storm is finally starting to disappear as we are seeing mild temperatures and rain for the first time in weeks. The MSM/DNC will undoubtedly resume the "global warming" drumbeat. When that happens, remember the records for snowfall and cold temperatures and the winter destruction from recent years and this year.

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