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Remember "Snowvember"?

12/10/2021 (Permalink)

Can you believe that “Snowvember” happened over eight years ago?

That makes us feel kind of old, to be honest, especially since that historic snow event is still fresh in our memories.

Back on November 17, 2014, Western New York was walloped by mountains of lake effect snow that overwhelmed even the toughest Buffalonians out there.

While the snow wasn’t exactly a surprise – it’s hard for meteorologists to miss a storm system of that magnitude – it seemed like no one was really prepared for that kind of snowfall.

The actual levels of precipitation varied wildly depending on where you were. Areas of the city got off pretty easy. Up north in Tonawanda, they saw fewer than 8 inches of snow.

But in the core of the storm, the snow just kept coming. West Seneca saw over 50 inches of snow, Orchard Park was forced to move a home Bills game to Detroit, and areas of Wyoming County accumulated more than seven-feet over the course of the storm.

Pretty wild, right? Here’s hoping we have a much more mild winter this year.

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