Weather Whiplash: Floods Hit Buffalo as 62°F Temperatures Melt Huge Snowpack
Posted: 10:54 AM EST on November 24, 2014
It's weather whiplash in Buffalo, New York, where the temperature surged to 62°F at 11 am EST Monday, following a week of near record cold and heavy snow. The exceptional warmth would be welcome if not for the massive snowpack on the ground along a swath across the southern and eastern suburbs of Buffalo, where last week's extreme lake effect snow storm dumped up to 88" of snow at Cowlesville.
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