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Nor'easter Number Four
The fourth nor'easter in four weeks dumped heavy snow on parts of the Mid-Atlantic and New York over the past two days. … read full story
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It’s been a warner-than-normal winter seaosn so far.
So far, the 2011-12 winter has averaged warmer than normal, with temperatures in much of the Northeast averaging at least 5 degrees above normal. The 60-day average was within the top 20 warmest on record at all but one of the first order stations in the region. This winter’s prevailing storm path, combined with the warmer temperatures has kept significant snowfall at bay. Consequently, there is not a lot of snow on the ground, especially when compared to last year.