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WINTER 2005-2006 COMPLETE

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40"+ SNOW FOR
NYC AGAIN IN
WINTER 2005-2006!

The winter of 2005-2006 featured early snowfall

in December with snow mounting to 12" in three

seperate storms. The winter relaxed for a month

and 1/2 with January record warm across the

United States, with one icy changeover storm

mid-month for NYC. February featured colder

and a huge snowstorm  (Blizzard of 2006)

on the 12th resulted in a record 26.9" snow at

Central Park, NYC --the most ever, and 24" at

Newark..including thundersnows. There was

some snow in March but storms fizzled, and

one noteable snow burst in early April with

thunder rocketing the total snowfall to 40" for

the season, the 4th consecutive year in a row

over 40"!!!!!