Skip to comments.Major Cities To Break Seasonal Snow Records
Posted on 02/09/2010 10:18:41 AM PST by CedarDave
AccuWeather.com is now projecting that Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Wilmington (DE), Baltimore, Atlantic City and others will break their records for snowiest season in recorded history, after tomorrow's storm. Here are the stats (in inches, current/record/expected after tomorrow):
Philly: 56.4 / 65.5 / 71.0 Atlantic City: 42.8 / 46.9 / 53.7 Wilmington: 53.9 / 55.9 / 67.3 Washington D.C.: 63.1 / 61.9 / 72.3 Baltimore: 60.4 / 62.5 / 74.6
Other tidbits: Only one other season has provided two storms with more than a foot of snow for Philly (and only 7 storms total!) and those were barely over a foot (2009-2010 has provided 22.5 + 28.5). There have never been three double-digit snowstorms in a season (another record which should be broken tomorrow). Also interesting as blog reader Steve pointed out yesterday that Baltimore is currently within an inch and a half of Erie & Buffalo's seasonal totals (62.0 & 61.2).
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