March 20, 2019
 
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Temperatures stayed at or below freezing during much of February.  The cold combined energy with bouts of strong winds to produce piles of wind-swept ice along the eastern shore of Lake Ontario.  Many coastal homes turned into ice houses.  For the month, the average temperature was 26.6 degrees which was actually slightly warmer than normal.  Readings ranged from -1 on February 1 to 61 degrees just two days later on February 4.  Rain and melted snow came in at 2.85 inches, somewhat higher than usual.  The February snowfall total eclipsed 27 inches.  The Syracuse area reported a peak wind gust of 56 mph on February 25. Gusts of 74 mph were recorded that in Niagara Falls.  Oswego measured a 77 mph gust. A peak wind gust of 86 mph was recorded atop Whiteface Mountain.  Records for the month: None

 

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