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Got bored just now and decided to look at some numbers for this, 2004-
2005, winter season:

City...Snow To Date...Ave To Date...% of Ave To Date...Current Snow Depth

Albany, NY...72.3"...54.0"...133%...2"
Binghamton, NY...97.9"...68.4"...143%...5"
Buffalo, NY...96.0"...86.9"...110%...3"
NYC (Central Park)...40.0"...20.1"...199%...0"
Rochester, NY...109.0"...86.4"...126%...2"
Syracuse, NY...132.3"...97.6"...136%...9"

Burlington, VT...89.6"...68.0"...132%...13"

Providence, RI...70.1"...32.2"...218%...2"

Hartford, CT...68.6"...40.8"...168%...NA

Boston, MA...86.1"...38.4"...224%...NA
Worcester, MA...109.2"...52.0"...210%...NA

Concord, NH...75.0"...55.2"...136"...22"

Bangor, ME...62.0"...56.5"...110%...22"
Caribou, ME...114.1"...94.9"...120%...19"
Portland, ME...92.6"...56.2"...165%...28"

Southern New England's winter?  200%+ normal snowfall in areas?  All New
England reporting areas are above normal and the last 6 weeks have been
below normal temperatures.  Not too shabby. Ski conditions have come full
circle too since early February when the stake was still stuck at 40".
Also, first time since records were kept that NYC has recieved 40 or more
inches of snow for three consecutive seasons. No official climate records
for Gray, ME but they are reporting a depth of 38" which is an amazing
depth for anyone out of the mountains.

-Scott

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