Snowfall Totals 2010 by Zip Code?

The 2010 winter is going to be harsh. A blizzard has battered the northeastern coast of the United States, dumping up to 29 inches of snow and disrupting air and rail travel.

Forecasters issued a blizzard warning for New York City for Sunday and Monday, with a forecast of 11 to 16 inches of snow and strong winds that will reduce visibility to near zero at times. The fast-falling snow exceeded most meteorologists' forecasts.

The Weather Service said winds could gust as high as 60 miles per hour with the potential of bringing down trees and power lines.

Where can I find info about the current winter snowfall totals by zip code and by city? Is it possible to get the 2010 snowfall totals by town?

asked by Amelia in Weather | 4985 views | 12-27-2010 at 05:01 PM

I think the 2010 snowfall totals are published on the national weather service's website. In the site you can find info by zip code and by city.

Heavy bands of snow began pivoting around the storm's center off the coast from east to west, blown around by increasingly strong winds and with falling temperatures.

The National Weather Service is advising those who will be driving that conditions may be either very hazardous or impossible.

Snow fell as far south as Jacksonville, Florida over the holiday and areas further north recorded moderate snowfall. Huntsville, Alabama saw 6 inches of snow; Raleigh, North Carolina saw 8.5 inches and Gatlinburg, Tennessee recorded 8.0 inches.

answered by Brian | 12-27-2010 at 05:02 PM

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