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Snow in other areas, too, says reader Ralph Fato, including New York, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina and Kentucky.


0.7 INCHES OF SNOWFALL HAS BEEN REPORTED BY THE CO-OP OBSERVER AT LAUREL SUMMIT THIS MORNING….WITH AN ACCUM OF 1.2 INCHES AT PHILIPSBURG. THIS MARKS THE EARLIEST DATE IN THE COOL SEASON THAT MEASURABLE SNOW HAS BEEN RECORDED AT THESE SITES…SNOW FALLING HEAVY AT TIMES.

REGIONAL WEB CAMS SHOW COATING OF SNOW EVEN ON ROADWAYS AT ELEVATIONS ABOVE 1700 FT MSL…SUCH AS RT 22 FROM GALLITZIN THROUGH EBENSBURG…TO CHICKORY MTN…WHERE MUCH OF THIS ROAD STRETCH IS BETWEEN 1800-2200 FT MSL.

http://forecast.weather.gov/product.php?site=NWS&issuedby=CTP&product=AFD&form at=CI&version=1&glossary=1&highlight=off

Also:

First flakes of snow down to 2500′ in the Blue Ridge of Virginia on the NC border. Snow falling heavily above 4500′ with accumulation reported.

Snow at Grayson Highlands State Park in Southwest Virginia.

Snow at Cherry Grove, WV elevation 2200′.

Officially 4″ of snow on Snowshoe mountain in West Virginia.

NW of Clearfield,PA. Elevation of the webcam is only 2000′.

Light flurries in eastern Kentucky.

National Weather Service reports snow to the west of Binghamton, NY.

Snow reported in Chenango county, NY on the hill tops

Wet Snowflakes State College, PA (Oct. 2)

Altoona, PA web cam shows snow:

http://weather.weatherbug.com/PA/Altoona-weather/weather-cams/local-cams.html?zcode=z6286

Beech Mountain, NC:
http://www.digtriad.com/news/local/article/193636/57/October-Brings-Snow-And-Sunshine-To-N orth-Carolina

Snowshoe Mountain, WV – pics and reports:
http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Snowshoe-Mountain-Resort/278701797906

Thanks to Ralph Fato for these links

 

 

6 Responses to Earliest snowfall on record – Philipsburg and Laurel Summit, Pennsylvania

  1. Frank says:

    Hey Hey ..! Global Warming Strikes Again…. It’s going to snow even more as temperatures around the world soar ..! Don’t believe it? Just ask Al Gore.

    Pretty soon the Earth will be sooooo hot that it will be snowing on the floor of Death Valley in July. At least that’s what the global warming WACKOS would have us believe.

  2. Ralph Fato says:

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    Well, it did snow at the driest place on Earth on July 5th. Atacama Desert http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTIwE7cuPAA

  3. Kyle says:

    What confuses me is while there are snow at weird times how come the artic ice is still thinning?

    It started to grow in 2007-2009 and then thinned again.

    They even said they were going to bring out the ice-breakers last summer but then haven’t said a word ever since.

  4. Kyle says:

    4 that matter: Why is the north pole getting warmer and the south pole getting colder.

    Perhaps our cold winters are actually coming from the south pole?

  5. Kyle says:

    Forgot the question mark: Oops.

    I am not getting on anyones case. I am just an honest-trying-to-figure out the climate game person.

    Though I admit there are times I have been a hypocrite but I am now aware of that.


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