Wednesday, April 6, 2016

ICE AGE NOW: Global Cooling Continues Relentlessly - April Snowstorm Shattered Record In Syracuse, New York!

Runners walk past Firemen's Park to the start of the race. The Syracuse Half Marathon 2016, Sunday April 3, 2016.© Michael Greenlar

April 6, 2016 - NEW YORK, UNITED STATES - The snowstorm that swept through Central New York was a record-smasher.

In Syracuse, 6.6 inches of snow fell Sunday. That sets a new record for the snowiest April 3; the previous record was 2.5 inches, set in 1937.

Sunday also ranks as the fourth-snowiest April day on record in Syracuse. The most was 10.5 inches, on April 2, 2013.

Normal snowfall for the month of April in Syracuse is 3.8 inches.

Sunday's snow puts Syracuse ahead in the national Golden Snow Globe race. Syracuse edged past Lakewood, Colorado.

Through Sunday, Syracuse has had 79 inches. The normal for the entire season is about 124 inches. - Syracuse.

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