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“Last year it wasn’t like this at all, now it’s catching up to us,” said Eric Cruz of Rochester.

Thursday’s snowfall caught up in a record breaking way. Some parts of the city saw more than 10 inches (25 cm) of snow and some parts of the county up to 14 inches.

“We saw it last night but I wasn’t expecting it to be quite this bad this morning when I got out here,” said Sara Granger of Rochester.

When the snow hits, it’s business as usual at the City’s Operations Center. Norman Jones, the director, says this time with the record breaking snowfall, they had to use additional resources.

The city’s snow removal efforts started Wednesday night and will continue until all roads are clear and safe for everyone.

http://rochester.ynn.com/content/top_stories/625321/rochestarians-dig-out-after-record-sno wfall/

Thanks to Clay Olson for this link


3 Responses to Rochester NY Digs Out After Record Snowfall

  1. Pierre says:

    the long time almost empty California reservoirs are almost full
    because of what ????,,,too much SNOW !!!


  2. Laurel says:

    with seemingly ongoing snow expected. from n years this year, and so far a very low solar max aready dropping..add the coming years expected..and I will be watching for the 2013 total next dec with interest:-)

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