March 29, 2020
 
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  Conditions were fairly quiet across Central New York during February with no significant storms.  A late-month push of arctic air produced heavy lake snow to the northeast of Lake Ontario.  Lake snow has been infrequent this winter but Carthage reported 48 inches of snow from the February 27/28 event.  Here in the Syracuse area, 30 inches of snow was measured for the month, pushing the season's snow tally up to 76 inches.  Typical seasonal snowfall by the end of February is 92 inches.  Readings ranged from -5 degrees on February 15 to 53 degrees on February 24.  The average monthly temperature was 28.5, some 2.6 degrees milder than usual.  Rainfall and melted snow equated to 2.47 inches, slightly more than usual.  A cold front raced across the area on February 27 producing a 51 mph wind gust at the Syracuse airport.  Records for the month:  None
 

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