April 23, 2018
 
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   March was a very active month for Central New York with lots of snowfall reported. A total of 43.6 inches of snow were measured during the month, a month that featured three nor'easters. Even though the last third storm did not directly impact us, there was still a fair amount of lake-effect snow. For the second consecutive year and for the eighth time since records began in 1902, March was significantly colder than February. For the second time since records began March featured both colder temperatures and more snow then the preceding February. The average temperature for the month was 30.8 degrees, 3.4 degrees colder than normal. Temperatures ranged from a record low of 8 degrees to 54 degrees. Rain and melting snow came in at 3.86 inches, close to one reach more than normal. The seasonal snowfall total climbed to 151.1 inches. There was as much as 17 inches of snow on the ground at points during the month. The month went out like a lion with wind gusts of 46 miles per hour recorded on the 31st.
 


 

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