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Winter Storm February 25, 2010


An area of low pressure moved up the eastern coastline and became nearly stationary over the northeast part of the country by February 27, 2010. Pulling moisture from the Atlantic Ocean, the storm system produced storm total snowfall amounts up to 20 to 30 inches in some locations in the Central New York and Northeast Pennsylvania.


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