>First Real Snowstorm of Winter 2011-12 from Baltimore to New York City

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First Real Snowstorm of Winter 2011-12 from Baltimore to New York City

Record snow fell at Chicago’s Midway Airport with a total of 7.3 inches. As much as 9.1 inches fell at suburban Joliet, IL while further east, New York City recieved their first measurable snow of the season with 1.3 inches while Philadelphia recorded their first inch with 2.3 inches.

Below is a collection of snow totals received by AccuWeather.com through 11 a.m. EST:

Connecticut

–North Haven: 5.1 inches
–Norwalk: 3.2 inches
–Bridgeport: 2.5 inches

New York

–Upton: 4.4 inches
–Astoria: 3.1 inches
–Staten Island: 2.4 inches
–Slide Mountain: 2.0 inches
–Rochester: 1.7 inches
–New York City’s Upper West Side: 3.0 inches
–New York City’s Central Park: 1.3 inches

New Jersey

–West Milford: 6.0 inches
–Sussex: 3.9 inches
–Elizabeth: 3.0 inches
–Phillipsburg: 3.0 inches
–Newark: 2.7 inches
–Hackettstown: 2.4 inches

Pennsylvania

–Hookstown: 7.0 inches
–Williamsburg: 5.5 inches
–Mifflinburg: 4.7 inches
–Harrisburg: 3.8 inches
–State College: 3.7 inches
–King of Prussia: 3.3 inches
–Philadelphia: 2.5 inches
–Allentown: 2.3 inches

Delaware

–New Castle: 2.6 inches
–Newark: 2.3 inches
–Wilmington: 2.3 inches

Maryland

–Parkton: 2.6 inches
–Pimlico, a Baltimore neighborhood: 1.2 inches

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It’s Snow Time: The Storm Has Begun
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YouTube Videos

Strong Storms Across Southeast Today, Florida Not Affected!

Localized Strong Storms Threatening the South
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Strong Pacific Jet Fires Series of Wet, Windy (milder) systems into PNW, Arctic Air Gone So All Rain For Seattle

While arctic air retreats back up into Canada, a strong Pacific jet will hurl a series of storms into Washington, Oregon bringing heavy low-elevation rains and heavy mountains snows. Wind will also be a feature.

Parade of Storminess Continues in the Pacific Northwest
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Winds from Seattle Snowstorm Fuel Reno Wildfire
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Ocean-Effect Snowfall In Boston, MA on Thursday, January 19, 2012

Here are a couple of cool videos from my friend Eli showing Boston’s ocean-effect snow showers in a near cloudless sky on Thursday.

Want to see frequent weather-related videos from Boston? Subscribe to Eli’s YouTube Channel

Australia Latest

Storms ease across Perth, Sunshine Returns!

THE EXTREMES OF THE DAY

TODAY’S US EXTREMES
COURTESY OF ACCUWEATHER

HIGH: 85° at Harlingen, TX
LOW: -27° at Embarrass, MN

TODAY’S UK EXTERMES
COURTESY OF THE MET OFFICE

HIGH: 56° (13.5°C) at Otterbourne Water Works (Hampshire)
LOW: 34° (1.2°C) at Aviemore (Highland)

TODAY’S EXTREMES HERE AT MY HOUSE

HIGH: 48°
LOW: 38°

Thanks for reading.
-Mark

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