New Lake Effect Snowstorm Pounding Buffalo With an Additional 2 - 3 Feet of Snow
Posted: 10:46 AM EST on November 20, 2014
A new lake effect snowstorm is pummeling snow-weary Buffalo, New York once again, where over a foot of new snow has fallen over regions that received five feet of snow on Tuesday. A persistent band of heavy snow coming off of the relatively warm waters of Lake Erie has settled over the southern and eastern suburbs of Buffalo, delivering prodigious snows of 3 - 5" per hour.
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