Snow In 49 States
January 13, 2011 by USA Post
Snow In 49 States, About 49 states reported snowfall Tuesday, according the National Weather Service. The only state not hit by snow was in Florida. Even Hawaii Mauna Loa had a light dusting of snow. Ironically, 2010 was the warmest year, according to the weather service.
NOAA said that last month, only 35 percent of the United States had snow. In January, that number has doubled to nearly 71 percent. Depth varies from less than 1 inch to 895.5 inches.
“In the South, the southern limit of the snow cover was hot,” said NOAA’s snowpack. “But little melted yesterday. The warm conditions also exist in the Cascade Range in southern Sierra Nevada but, again, little snowmelt occurred on Tuesday. ”
The meteorological agency should at least 6 inches of snow on Tuesday from Central New York to Maine, but little snow in the rest of New England.
Wherever the foot of snow lake effect is expected in the lower Great Lakes. The same system can put 6 inches to the central Appalachian region, NOAA said.
Meanwhile, cold air from eastern Canada and the Midwest will be heading south to Thursday. “Little snowmelt (and ice melt) is foreseen in the South through Friday,” said NOAA.
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