Blog Archives: February 2010

The system that keeps on giving...

Posted February 26th, 2010 by Adam Musyt. 66 comments

Our snowstorm produced 16.5" of snow for the city of Utica.  13.0" of that fell yesterday, making February 25th the snowiest day since the Valentine’s Day of 2007.  This also set a new daily snowfall...

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Finally a Direct Hit

Posted February 25th, 2010 by Adam Musyt. 265 comments

An update for this evening on the storm…Heavy snowfall continues this evening all across CNY.  The storm system is centered near Long Island and the central pressure has dropped to 980 mb – quite intense.  Counterclockwise winds flowing around the center of the storm will continue to draw in... Continue reading…

Major winter storm moves in today...

Posted February 25th, 2010 by Bill Kardas. 255 comments

Central New York will see it’s first major winter storm of the season today.  Snow will continue develop as we head through the morning and into the afternoon.  The heaviest snow is still expected to fall later today.  Several inches of snow will be on the ground for the evening...

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Tracking the next winter storm....

Posted February 24th, 2010 by Bill Kardas. 166 comments

The latest information and thoughts on the next winter storm...

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Our turn...

Posted February 23rd, 2010 by Bill Kardas. 210 comments

A series of storms will bring snow and more snow over the next several days...

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Tranquil Weather Comes to an End

Posted February 21st, 2010 by Jill Reale. 101 comments

The weather in February has been somewhat quiet, with our nickel and dime snow events, and many missed storms. One thing that I noticed (especially today) is that February has been unseasonably cloudy. November is usually our cloudiest month, but this year we had 15 days... Continue reading…

Light snows and light icing...

Posted February 18th, 2010 by Bill Kardas. 67 comments

Light snows and the potential for light icing over the next few days.  An explanation as to why this is happening....

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Wide right...

Posted February 16th, 2010 by Bill Kardas. 58 comments

Today's winter storm isn't going to make headlines here.  More on today's snow and a look at the next several days...

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Is it Finally Our Turn?

Posted February 14th, 2010 by Jill Reale. 44 comments

While we are dealing with some light lake effect snow (as well as some sneak attack freezing drizzle), many of us are focusing on what could be our first "snowstorm" in quite some time. Our last significant snowfall was on January 3rd, when we received 8"... Continue reading…

Trying to catch up with the rest of the snowy nation...

Posted February 12th, 2010 by Bill Kardas. 65 comments

It seems that heavy snow has fallen in just about every part of the country but Central New York...some snows to talk about over the weekend.

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Latest on the storm...

Posted February 10th, 2010 by Bill Kardas. 129 comments

The latest on where this winter storm is heading...

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A glancing shot of snow for parts of CNY....

Posted February 9th, 2010 by Bill Kardas. 87 comments

The latest on where this storm is heading and how it will affect Central New York.....

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Is Trend Your Friend?

Posted February 7th, 2010 by Jill Reale. 64 comments

Just a quick update on a potential "storm" on Wednesday. I put storm in quotation marks because as we have seen time after time this year, a low pressure system looks to hit Central NY 5 days out, totally misses us to the South or out to sea. Low pressure... Continue reading…

Biggest storm of the season (so far) misses CNY...

Posted February 5th, 2010 by Bill Kardas. 65 comments

The biggest storm so far this season will miss us completely.  When will it be our turn?

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Things to watch over the next few days...

Posted February 3rd, 2010 by Bill Kardas. 61 comments

Light snow expected to continue here this afternoon.  We picked up about three quarters of an inch so far out of this event as of 10am this morning.  More light snows will persist as we head into the day as a very weak disturbance slides by.  The lakes will spray... Continue reading…

Nickel and dime snows to start February...

Posted February 1st, 2010 by Bill Kardas. 51 comments

A look back at the month of January and a look ahead at what February may hold....

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