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8 hours ago, vortmax said:

For some reason, I thought you were south. LEK should be getting it good in Caz.

 

1 hour ago, LakeEffectKing said:

Woke up to 9.25" of new. Still rippin'.

13" for event. 120" for season.

 

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I guess you were. Dang! 

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2 minutes ago, LakeEffectKing said:

Snow has pretty much stopped ended up with about 14" overnight.

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Travelled through this last night on way home with family from Orangeburg NY. 81 N about 45 miles south of Syracuse, right through the city then about 35 east on 90 was a mitigated disaster. Cars literally stopped in lanes of traffic on 81 N causing ridiculous delays and treacherous roads made it that much worse. Pretty sure at one point it was 3-4” hour rates, pitch dark and in the hills. 

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Yawn. More boring pad statters here in the North Cuse burbs. Wintry look and about 3 inches on the ground, so not a total bust. Colleagues from Weedsport and Southside of Syracuse report 8 inches with schools closed. I had a couple good WNW flow events early in the winter, but it's been NW, NW, and NW ever since the beginning of January.

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1 hour ago, LakeEffectKing said:

Snow has pretty much stopped ended up with about 14" overnight.

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You have definitely been the Jackpot all winter. I wouldn't be surprised if you have almost 2 times more snow for the season over other parts of the Syracuse area. Enjoy!

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2 hours ago, LakeEffectKing said:

Snow has pretty much stopped ended up with about 14" overnight.

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That's crazy. I never would have thought that was possible.   The elevation in your area has really made a big difference this winter.

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18 minutes ago, Syrmax said:

That's crazy. I never would have thought that was possible.   The elevation in your area has really made a big difference this winter.

For real. It makes me even more eager to move out of the Valley of Death...but I don't see that happening for a couple more years.

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1 minute ago, TugHillMatt said:

For real. It makes me even more eager to move out of the Valley of Death...but I don't see that happening for a couple more years.

Yeah I've often thought the hilly areas south and SE of Syracuse (Madison Cty, So. Onondaga) are well situated for wringing out LES and better locations for Noreasters.

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2 minutes ago, rochesterdave said:

Amazing! So cool. Only caught caught 2” here in Irondequoit. 0” in Pittsford. So pretty much a bust. 
I’ve been really impressed with the Caz microclimate! Is it a nice place to live? 

The Cazenovia area is beautiful. Madison county in general is beautiful. Caz is super expensive to live in though. It was one of my top picks for living, but there aren't many job opportunities there unless you work at the College.

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Checking out BGM reports, it looks like most places in CNY picked up 2 to 4 inches. The Geneva - Seneca Falls area, and Sylvan Beach - Utica areas are definitely snowfall minima places. They got dustings there. I love Geneva, but winters there would be HARD with how often they miss out. (Admittedly, much worse than here, even.)

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6 minutes ago, wolfie09 said:

Man this is terrifying, seeing a lot of accidents due to the squalls..

 


That first car in the video has the dumbest driver I've ever seen.  Just hanging out and chilling as if its not an ongoing super dangerous situation.  He then goes from the dumbest person to the luckiest guy in the world at 42 seconds.  If you are ever in a situation like this, get out of your car and get the **** up and off the highway ASAP!

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9 minutes ago, BuffaloWeather said:

Wow is this in pa? They get enough snow there to know how to drive. People. Going 60+ In under 1/2 mile viability with snow covered roads. 

Yeah, Schuylkill county..

Seems like a potential fatality:(

UPDATE: Multi-vehicle crash on I-81 in Schuylkill County: Coroner called to scene.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/local21news.com/amp/news/local/snow-squall-cause-of-multi-vehicle-crash-on-i-81-in-schuylkill-county

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15 minutes ago, BuffaloWeather said:

Wow is this in pa? They get enough snow there to know how to drive. People. Going 60+ In under 1/2 mile viability with snow covered roads. 

I grew up in PA. I really think it's the high amount of Semi traffic on the highways there. There are SO MANY of them cutting through the state, and they throw water and snow all over the roads and really mess up the visibility. Then you have people going waaaay too fast.

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