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October 28th to 29th, 2008 Heavy Snow

A storm system moved northward along the U.S. east coast producing a mix of rain and snow across most locations. Some areas received heavy snow, these areas were mainly on higher elevations.

The average date of the first snowfall greater than or equal to 0.1 inches,
  • Binghamton Area - November 1st
  • Syracuse Area - November 4th
  • Scranton/Wilkes Barre Area - November 15th
The average date of the first snowfall greater than or equal to 1 inch,
  • Binghamton Area - November 15th
  • Syracuse Area - November 14th
  • Scranton/Wilkes Barre Area - December 1st


Map of snowfall Oct 28-29,2008


Some Cooperative Observers and National Weather Service sites (also included on the map),

New York
SiteAmount (inches)
Arkville10.5
Berkshire0.5
Boonville4.0
Boonville 8.0 E5.5
Brewerton 1.5 ESET
Butternuts5.3
Candor 3.3 NE0.5
Cassville10.0
Cazenovia7.0
Cherry Valley15.0
Cortland 3.9 S6.5
De Witt 1.4 WSW0.5
Deerfield4.5
Delhi8.0
Earlville 0.4 W2.5
East Worcester8.2
Endicott 5.2 SSE0.5
Enfield 0.8 ENET
Fonda 5.2 W2.5
Freeville 1.5 NET
Groton 0.5 NWT
Groton 3.2 SSW0.5
Guilford7.0
Hancock 1.0 W0.5
Holland Patent 1.5 WSW2
Kattelville 1.0 ESET
Lake Delta3.0
Lansing 8.9 NT
Marathon 1.0 NW0.5
Mcgraw 5.2 SE1
Morrisville15.5
N Sherburne8.0
Newark Valley 4.6 NNE0.5
Norwich0.5
Oneida 0.7 NNE0.5
Owego 1.3 NW0.5
Phoenix 7.1 NNET
Plymouth7.0
Point Rock10.0
Point Rock 0.6 SE9
Rochester 2.5 SET
Rome 4.8 SSE1
Roxbury6.0
Roxbury25.6
S Richfield Springs8.0
Sidney 2.1 NET
Smith Valley 1.9 SE0.1
South Vestal6.0
Speculator 13.4 SSE1.5
Stamford10.0
Stokes Corner 1.4 NE5.5
Syracuse 1.4 SE0.5
Tassel Hill14.0
Triangle 0.9 ENE0.5
Utica0.3
Vernon 0.4 NNW1
Walton4.0
West Bainbridge5.8
Westmoreland3.7
Whitesboro1.5
Whitesboro 3.9 NE4
Woodridge 5.5 S6
Pennsylvania
SiteAmount (inches)
Benton 3.4 NET
Dunmore6.0
Elmhurst13.5
Friendsville 6.8 NE5.5
Glenburn 0.7 ESE3
Hawley - 152
Hazleton10.0
Lords Valley4.5
Matamoras0.6
Moscow14.0
Mount Cobb12.0
Mountain Lake16.0
Pleasant Mount6.0
Pocono Peak Lake15.0
Preston10.3
Sylvania 3.3 SSW3
Westfield 3.7 S0.5

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Page last modified: October 29, 2008
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