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A month into 2024: How are snow totals looking now?

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It has been about a month since we last looked at snow totals across Western New York. And it’s also been about a month since ringing in the new year. Let’s take a look back at the snow totals and the departures from the normal averages. These numbers were from December 17, 2023.

We have seen some snow here in Rochester since December 17, but other places have seen more. Just in a week, Buffalo has racked up most of its accumulation for this season. Let’s take a look at the snow totals and the departures from normal as of January 20, 2024.

Western New York has experienced a ton of snow in the past week or so, especially Buffalo. They are now only an inch under their average for this time of year. They have about 50 inches of snow that has accumulated. In just 34 days, Buffalo had 44.1 inches of accumulated snow. Back here in Rochester, we now have 25.9 inches of accumulated snow. In the past 34 days, Rochester has accumulated 19.2 inches of snow. We are still 21.3 inches below our average for this time of year. East of us, Syracuse is just a little over an inch below Rochester. In 34 days, Syracuse has accumulated 16.2 inches of snow. However, they are the furthest away from their average for this time of year. They are 37.1 inches below their average, which is a little over 3 feet. South of Syracuse, Binghamton is just above both Rochester and Syracuse at 26.1 inches. In 34 days, 17.8 inches of snow has been recorded in Binghamton. They are about a foot under their average for this time of year. Lastly, Albany has the least accumulated snow, sitting at 16.4 inches. In 34 days, Albany has accumulated 11.4 inches of snow. However, they are the second closest to their average for this time of year, about 10 inches below the average. Let’s see if these numbers go up any more for the rest of the season.

​ It has been about a month since we last looked at snow totals across Western New York. And it’s also been about a month since ringing in the new year. Let’s take a look back at the snow totals and the departures from the normal averages. These numbers were from December 17, 2023.

We have seen some snow here in Rochester since December 17, but other places have seen more. Just in a week, Buffalo has racked up most of its accumulation for this season. Let’s take a look at the snow totals and the departures from normal as of January 20, 2024.

Western New York has experienced a ton of snow in the past week or so, especially Buffalo. They are now only an inch under their average for this time of year. They have about 50 inches of snow that has accumulated. In just 34 days, Buffalo had 44.1 inches of accumulated snow. Back here in Rochester, we now have 25.9 inches of accumulated snow. In the past 34 days, Rochester has accumulated 19.2 inches of snow. We are still 21.3 inches below our average for this time of year. East of us, Syracuse is just a little over an inch below Rochester. In 34 days, Syracuse has accumulated 16.2 inches of snow. However, they are the furthest away from their average for this time of year. They are 37.1 inches below their average, which is a little over 3 feet. South of Syracuse, Binghamton is just above both Rochester and Syracuse at 26.1 inches. In 34 days, 17.8 inches of snow has been recorded in Binghamton. They are about a foot under their average for this time of year. Lastly, Albany has the least accumulated snow, sitting at 16.4 inches. In 34 days, Albany has accumulated 11.4 inches of snow. However, they are the second closest to their average for this time of year, about 10 inches below the average. Let’s see if these numbers go up any more for the rest of the season. Read More NewsRochesterFirst  

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