As of Jan 20th, my area of Rochester, NY leads not only NY State, but all of the US in snowfall total so far this winter season at 59.3" so far...according to the local news, that is (link)..
Funny thing is, it really doesn't feel like it's been that bad of a "snowy" winter at all....
I'm not 2 far behind. And the wind this year...holy shit, I think I move the same snow 3 times. We've had a lot of sub zero days already so the snow never really gets a chance to crust over and stay put.
Pretty sure we are are pushing you for the title in central ND we had 8 inches of rain late September then a 20-30 inch full on blizzard in October (which all but the piled snow melted by mid November), followed by several smaller 5-10 inch storms (normally considered big but not this winter). Last weekend was only 3 inches with 50-60 mph winds. It all adds up to a extremely wet spring. Currently setting at about 24 inches of snow on the ground. This week is supposed to warm up to near 32 so some melting will happen, just not sure where the water will go since the ground is saturated and the rivers are full.
Last Edit: Jan 22, 2020 8:51:10 GMT -6 by mjollnir