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Hurricane Agnes - 45 Years Later
In late June 1972, Hurricane Agnes caused some of the most devastating flooding the Northeast has experienced. … read full story
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The water content of snow on the ground as of January 18-20 ranges from less than 1 inch to more than 7 inches.
Every winter the Northeast Regional Climate Center compiles snow water equivalent data taken by volunteers around the state. This survey, which is done every two weeks, is a valuable tool used by water resource managers to monitor the potential for flooding whether due to an unusual warm spell during the winter months or normal spring snowmelt. Check out our Snow Survey Page!