Record January Snowfall?

TF Green has seen over 20 in. this month alone / ProJo

Hope you remembered your Bean Boots! According to the ProJo, the National Weather Service predicts that this month is on track to becoming the third snowiest January on record, surpassing January 1948’s snowfall of 31.9 inches. While the accumulation as of Tuesday is more than ten inches less than the current placeholder, the snowy forecast for the next few days could bridge the gap (assuming the meteorologists aren’t a bunch of flakes). Regardless, the 21.6 inches thus far is almost three times greater than the state’s average snowfall for the month. Let’s just be grateful we aren’t up in Ithaca, where snowfall averages over 24 in. each January.

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