First off as always a Big Thanks for your donation Paul W. and also for the kind words. Paul is in Southern Cal and is an Erie, Pa native. His buddy is also there and he is from Buffalo, NY. Thanks again Paul for taking the time and maybe I’ll do a rain dance for ya’s
OK, Grand Rapids continues to add to their totals but Erie, Pa isn’t letting them get too far ahead of them. Erie is still hanging with them and added another 5.4 inches of new snowfall yesterday to their snow totals. Grand Rapids, Mi managed to just edge them out yesterday by a couple of tenths of an inch getting 5.6 inches of snow yesterday.
Buffalo, New York also added 4.6 inches of snowfall to their totals yesterday. I think there will be more snow to add to all of those 3 cities when the next update comes out a little bit later. A little bit of snow falling in the Syracuse area but nothing to help us move up. We figure we will give you a handicap to start the season off before we start getting serious
Stay tuned for another update a little later, most likely just a top 25 update. One thing I did notice is that most of the snowiest cities in the top 25 are already over what their normal average is for this time in the season. Could be some foreshadowing as to what’s ahead for the 2014 – 2015 snow season
Grand Rapids has 24.9 inches of snow more than normal, Erie, Pa is over their average snow totals by 19.7 inches, Buffalo, NY has 12.3 inches above normal and South Bend, In has 14.4 inches more than they normally do for this time in the snow season just to list a few. Stay Tuned for the next update…
First a Big Thanks to Marc L. for your generous donation to the site. They all help offset some of the costs and also help out with the time taken away from the other sites when working on this site. Thanks Marc and if I ever miss someone, please let me know
Updated 11/14 2:30 PM – I just did another update and I think I may have to dedicate the song to both Erie, Pa and South Bend, Indiana. South Bend also set a record yesterday with 12.5 inches of snowfall breaking the old record of 4.7 inches set back in 1974. WTG South Bend Only 0.1 separating the 2 cities now. Stay Tuned!
I’ve been reading some comments on some of the Erie sites about the snow you received yesterday which was over a foot of snow to start the season. 12.6 inches of new snowfall. According to Robert who left a comment, that broke an old record of 12.5 inches. Thanks for the info Robert
Some loving it and then of course some not loving it so much. Anyways, this song came to mind for whatever reason. A nice little love song from Mother Nature to Erie, Pa. Yeah, I’m showing my age now
Updated 11:00 PM – I just checked to see if NOAA posted any new snow stat. After checking into it more I see that the next reports for Erie and Worcester will not be out until between 12:30 am and 1:00 am give or take. Not sure what’s going on in Erie but it’s happening in Worcester right now and it looks like some more heavier snow may be moving in anytime now Jim Cantore from the weather channel is guesstimating around 6 inches from where he is in Worcester. I’ll post the new stats when NOAA does a little later to see if we have a new leader.
Top 10 Just Updated - Any Snow Updates From Worcester, MA and Erie, PA visitors? We’re Curious if it’s snowing there and how hard? Just leave a comment here to let us know what’s going on in your neck of the woods and Thanks for taking the time. Any snow total estimates would be appreciated also
Syracuse may want to be a bit worried right now. Erie, Pa closed the snow gap once again and are now just a couple of inches away from taking the lead. But then again, Erie, Pa may want to be a bit worried because Worcester, MA is expecting quite a bit of snow between today and tomorrow.
The National Weather Service was showing stats unavailable for Worcester, Mass as of their late afternoon update so it’s hard to tell how much snow is falling there. Erie added another inch + to their snow totals so come tomorrow night it should be interesting to see who is the latest King of the Snow Mountain.
Have a Great Night All and See Snow Drive Slow
Syracuse managed to slip past Erie, Pa in what has been a back and forth snow race for the past month. As of yesterdays totals Syracuse is winning the Golden Snow Globe contest by just 4.1 inches of snowfall. Could Erie knock Syracuse from the top of the snow mountain? Hell yeah and it won’t take a whole lot to do it. Keep in mind that Worcester, Ma and Salt Lake City are right behind them on the mountain and can also jup to the top with just one little storm.
How did Erie make out today I wonder. A little snow here in the Syracuse area overnight but most of the time it was rain. Maybe another inch or two to add but that’s about it.
This was a full update and I’ll get at least a couple of top 10 updates in during the next few days seeing how it is suppose to start cooling down again