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  1. As I've begun to do for various "official" observational sites throughout New England, decided to create this thread in order to share my ongoing research into the climatilogical data for various sites throughout the region encompassing NYC, Long Island, Northern New Jersey, and Central New Jersey. Will begin by posting the top 10 snow-producing storms/events for the month of March, and expand the research to daily records, list of verified blizzards, and much more. This will be an ongoing project, and the thread will be updated, as time permits. Please feel free to share any additional data you may have obtained, for the month of March, if you like?