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January 28, 2009 Winter Weather


An area of low pressure moved across parts of New York and Pennslyvania from Wednesday morning, January 28, 2009 through Thursday morning January 29, 2009. This, and an upper level trough of low pressure, produced snow amounts of 1 to 7 inches across parts of Central New York and Northeast Pennsylvania. Higher snowfall amounts occurred across the northern sections of Central New York due to lake effect snow bands that developed with the passage of the storm. This storm also produced areas of sleet and freezing rain.


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