Blizzard of 2015 Brings 2 - 3' of Snow and Questions About Forecast Accuracy
Posted: 11:02 AM EST on January 28, 2015
The snows from the Blizzard of 2015 have finally ended over most of New England, leaving some truly historic snowfall totals. The biggest snows hit Central Massachusetts, with three feet measured at Auburn, Hudson, and Lunenburg. More than two feet of snow fell across five other states, with 33.2" at Nashua, NH; 30" at Orient, NY; 28.5" at Burrillville, RI; 31.5" at Sanford, ME; and 34.1" at Winthrop, CT.
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It was a cold New York City morning on this date in 1780 as the temperature dropped to -16 degrees. The intense cold actually froze New York Harbor to such a depth that the British were able to carry a heavy cannon across the ice in order to fortify Staten Island.
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