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Lake Effect Storm Season 2010-2011 
   

 


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2010-2011 storms

Storm Dates Flake Scale

Highlights of the Event

November 26-27, 2010 ** Marginal early season event. Good eastward extent.
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - Attica 10",  Lake Ontario - Beaver Falls 13"
December 1-3, 2010 ***** Classic intense steady event off Erie. Major impact.
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - Depew 39",  Lake Ontario - Theresa 8"
December 5-9, 2010 **** Classic long lasting northwest flow event. Strong Huron connection.
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - Randolph 47",  Lake Ontario - Lacona 51"
December 13-17, 2010 *** Long lasting NW flow event with strong Georgian Bay connection.
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - Perrysburg 22",  Lake Ontario - Lacona 35"
January 2-5, 2011 *** Long lasting, varying flows, synoptically enhanced.
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - Perrysburg 11",  Lake Ontario - Fulton 28"
January 15-16, 2011 ** Evolved from synoptic snow, focus off Lake Ontario.
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - Colden 4",  Lake Ontario - Fulton 22"
January 21-22, 2011 ** Brief, but fairly intense event. Windy.
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - Colden 7",  Lake Ontario - Minetto 17"
February 9-11, 2011 ** Shifting winds, exclusive Lake Ontario event.
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - < 2",  Lake Ontario - Pulaski 25"


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