If you had been celebrating Daylight Saving Time in North America, remember to change your clocks back one hour this weekend.
Since it is November, I’m sure we’ll begin tracking snowfall for the 2010-11 season very soon. Will Syracuse repeat, or will a different city take the title of snowiest major U.S. city? Stay with Golden Snow Globe throughout the season to see which cities start off on top and if they can stay there for the season.
In addition, one of my personal goals is to have updates on the wettest and driest major U.S. cities. If all goes well, I should be able to get an update up this weekend. I plan on posting the top 5 of each every weekend from now until the end of the year, when the stats are reset. Once 2011 begins, those updates will be less frequent.
Also, don’t forget about the Golden Snowball contest, which involves five of the Upstate New York cities Albany, Binghamton, Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse.
Have a great weekend everyone and enjoy the upcoming snow season!