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WINTER 2004-2005 COMPLETE
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Record Snows for

Northeast 2004-2005

BLIZZARDS IN JANUARY AND MARCH ALONG COAST;

SEVERAL CONSECUTIVE SNOWS IN FEBRUARY...

 

The winter of 2004-2005 was epic because it featured

many snowstorms, mounting to 40" in NYC, setting a

record for the third consecutive winter of 40" or greater,

and Boston recording 85"; Cape Cod over 100 inches. The

snow came mostly between late January and early March.

There were three consecutive storms in February each

dropping 6" or more, one on President's Day. The storm

on 2/28/05 deposited 9.4" at Newark; In March a blizzard-like

storm struck on the 8th creating roadway havoc throughout

NJ and NY region, with strong winds and icy travel. The

winter of 2004-2005 was the 10th warmest overall in the

USA, but residents of the northeast will remember the snow.

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