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Pennsylvania snowfall shatters 114-year-old records


Pennsylvania snowfall shatters 114-year-old records


Obliterates record for both the day and the month. 26 Nov 2014 – A pre-Thanksgiving record-setting snowstorm made roads a treacherous mess, sending vehicles slipping, sliding, even overturning. . As of 7:30 p.m. in Towanda, Wayne Vanderpool, National Weather Service Co-Op Observer, reported that he measured 11.2 inches of snow, “with it still snowing lightly.” He said it was “the most snow ever measured in Towanda on any November day, since records began back in 1895.” Also, Vanderpool said Wednesday’s total set a 24-hour snowfall record for Nov. 26. The old record was 2.5 inches, which he said was set back in 1898. http://m.thedailyreview.com/news/record-snowfall-sends-vehicles-slipping-and-sliding-11-2-inches-of-snow-measured-1.1794498 Thanks to Jason Cragg for this link

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