>Major Northeast US October Snowstorm Smashes Records, Brings down trees cutting power to nearly 2 million

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Huge, Destructive Northeast October Snowstorm Breaks Records, Dumps over a foot of snow, cuts power to hundreds of thousands

NEARLY 2 MILLION WITHOUT POWER!

New York City Shatters October Snow Record
ACCUWEATHER.COM

Rare October Winter Storm Dumps Record Snow On Central Park
CBS NEW YORK

Historic October Snowstorm Delays Flights, Interrupts Power
ACCUWEATHER.COM

Rare October Snow Cuts Power To Thousands Across The Region
CBS PHILLY

Washington Heights, NYC

Below is a collection of other snow totals across the Northeast, as of 3:00 p.m. EDT. For the latest details on the storm, check out this AccuWeather.com News Story.

Connecticut

–Shelton: 3.8 inches
–Bridgeport: 2.0 inches

New York

–Yonkers: 3.0 inches
–Harriman: 3.5 inches


Pennsylvania

–Ogletown: 10.0 inches
–Somerset: 7.7 inches
–Markleysburg: 7.0 inches
–Donegal: 6.0 inches
–Kutztown: 5.5 inches
–York Springs: 4.0 inches
–Meyersdale: 4.0 inches
–Port Matilda: 3.8 inches
–Near Westmont: 3.2 inches
–Tobyhanna: 2.0 inches

Millersville, Pennsylvania

New Jersey

–West Milford: 6.0 inches
–Ridgefield: 4.0 inches
–High Bridge: 2.7 inches
–Newark: 2.3 inches

Danbury, Connecticut

Maryland

–Frostburg: 9.5 inches
–Redhouse: 7.0 inches
–Near Woodland: 7.0 inches

New Jersey

West Virginia

–Terra Alta: 10.0 inches, with trees and power lines down throughout the county
–Lost River: 8.5 inches
–Near Bloomery: 8.0 inches
–Kingwood: 5.0 inches
–Near Kline Gap: 6.0 inches
–Near Cherry Grove: 4.0 inches

Snowshoe, West Virginia

Virginia

–Near Front Royal: 5.0 inches
–Near Massanutten: 4.0 inches
–Near Churchville: 3.2 inches
Northeast Snowstorm: What’s Happening Now
ACCUWEATHER.COM

Flooding Another Threat from Northeast Snowstorm
ACCUWEATHER.COM

Largest October Snow Events:

Allentown, Pa.: 2.2 inches on Oct. 31, 1925
Baltimore, Md.: 2.5 inches on Oct. 30, 1925
Boston, Mass.: 1.1 inches on Oct. 29, 2005
Hartford, Conn.: 1.7 inches on Oct. 10, 1979
Philadelphia, Pa.: 2.1 inches on Oct. 10, 1979
New York City, N.Y. (Central Park): 0.8 of an inch on Oct. 30, 1925
Washington, D.C.: 2.0 inches on Oct. 31, 1925

Early Northeast Snowstorm Destined to Shatter Records
ACCUWEATHER.COM

THE EXTREMES OF THE DAY

TODAY’S US EXTREMES
COURTESY OF ACCUWEATHER

HIGH: 92° at Thermal, CA
LOW: 11° at Alamosa, CO

TODAY’S UK EXTREMES
COURTESY OF THE MET OFFICE

HIGH: 63° (17.3°C) at Gravesend (Kent)
LOW: 31° (-0.8°C) at Llysdinam (Powys)

TODAY’S EXTREMES HERE AT MY HOUSE

HIGH: 54°
LOW: 50°

Thanks for reading.
-Mark

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