Over 5 ***feet*** of snow now confirmed in western New York

Over 5 ***feet*** of snow now confirmed in western New York

Over 5 feet of snow now confirmed to have fallen in western New York state, near Buffalo, in the past 24 hours!

Snowfall reports over 5 feet have trickled in from the hardest-hit areas of New York state as of early Saturday morning. The highest total so far is a whopping 66 inches of snow from Orchard Park, which is southeast of Buffalo, as of early Friday evening.

Just to the northwest, Blasdell has reported 65 inches of snow so far. To the south of Blasdell, a building collapse and numerous car rescues have occurred in Hamburg, where 61 inches of snow have fallen with the ongoing storm.

Additional significant snowfall is still possible through Sunday, with Winter Storm Watches set to expire as late as Sunday night.


# Snow in NovemberGetsum 2022-11-20 16:47
Who would have thought? What season are we in again?
# "IT''S DEJA VU ALL OVER AGAIN"!Plowboy 2022-11-19 12:19
We have entered another solar minimum and perhaps a Grand Solar Minimum. The Bills vs. Browns game had to be moved to Detroit tomorrow due the 66" of snow at their stadium in Orchard Park.

Here at 9100' in Colorado we woke up to -7F this morningwith negative double-digit forecasted for tone... and it isn't even Thanksgiving yet?!
# Correct you areJessiebeaner 2022-11-19 16:12
This is the start of a grand solar minimum, and it should be a doozie.
This was predicted, based upon known repetitive cycles of climate variation.
So, 5 years ago when I had entire new roofs put on a garage and a shop I had the new trusses placed 16 inches off center vs the overly lax 20”. The builders argued and argued with me that this was over build and way beyond code requirements. They were determined to control my projects.
I got that deer in the headlights look, so I explained climate cycles and the upcoming Grand Solar minimum.
When I asked if they were offering to replace a snow caved roof, on their nickel, when their 20” off center code roof collapsed…….CRICKETS.
I asked if they has seen collapsed roofs built according to code…..yes, indeed.
When I asked if they had ever seen a roof built like I wanted collapsed……crickets.
When they then argued “unnecessary extra cost” I calculated the cost of the extra trusses, and asked them to name me an insurance company that would insure my roof, for the price of the extra trusses, for the life of the building……crickets again.
I imagine many roofs will collapse during this grand solar minimum……but not mine. Not my house either… home built by my builder family, and built correctly.
Steep 9/12 pitches on the roofs also and every connecting point hurricane strapped with many dozens of cross member 2 x4 and 1x6 supports connecting the entire truss structure.
# RE: Over 5 ***feet*** of snow now confirmed in western New Yorkclove 2022-11-19 11:06
Lots of snow in Lancaster too. My nephew is a hospital employee. He got to work before dawn yesterday. And has been there ever since. Had to sleep at his desk. He over sees the feeding of patients. So he will be desk sleeping for at least the weekend. While the wife finds someone to get the snow off their roof.
+3 # YahooBill51 2022-11-19 10:48
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!!
+5 # Going to be a Brutal winter….Jonesy042 2022-11-19 10:12
I’ve lived in upstate/central NY all my life. I’ve heard it said we live in the snowiest part of the United States this side of the Mississippi. Back in 2007 we received so much snow it was worldwide news. 10 feet in 10 days is what I remember. I cleared my roof off, twice in one week, only the roof of house was visible!
+1 # People need to clean roofs of snow much more oftenduring these snow dumpsJessiebeaner 2022-11-19 16:20
Just go out every day with your roof rake and keep the roof clean. Use a snow blower to clean walkways and driveways every few hours
+3 # Lake effect snowBoss 2022-11-19 10:05
is not a new thing in along Lakes Erie and Ontario. Although over 5' is a bit much. Had relatives in Syracuse, out in the country. Four feet was not unusual. That was in the 50's, 60's, 70's, 80's.
+1 # Couple of InchesPerforM2 2022-11-19 09:33
There appears to just a couple of inches in Scranton...according to a traffic cam.
+1 # How much snowCloudNebula 2022-11-19 09:26
at your house, Hal?
+1 # RE: How much snowHalTurner 2022-11-19 19:29
Only a dusting to one inch last night. Zero accumulation on ground. Roads all clear and dry.

The Buffalo storms (lake effect) _generally_ do not make it this far.
# █▓▒░ Lake Effect Snow ░▒▓█Palehorse 2022-11-19 09:17

They get buried at least once every few years.

Try a hurricane. I've had 2 myself. Makes a snow storm look like kids play.
+2 # Indeed it doesJessiebeaner 2022-11-19 09:36
Just stay inside, light the fireplace, make some hot chocolate and watch your favorite movies. Go out and use your roof rake every couple of hours…… big deal. Push the snow out of the drive also. Stay ahead of all the buildup.
# GladJohn Jones 2022-11-19 09:02
Glad all of the diesel shortage stuff was bullshit or they would be in for trouble.
+2 # RE: Gladmjc 2022-11-19 13:17
Quoting King Goro:
Glad all of the diesel shortage stuff was bullshit or they would be in for trouble.

It's a little premature to declare that 'over', much less 'bullshit'...
The diesel-fuel crunch may be the next focal point of Europe's energy crisis as competition stiffens, IEA says
Business Insider on|4 days ago
Rising prices for diesel fuel will add to inflation and worsen Europe's energy crisis, the IEA says. Competition will also heat up once the EU bans Russian refined fuel product like diesel in February. Diesel prices are 70% higher compared to a year ago, the IEA added."
Fuel oil used to heat homes costs 68.5% more than this time last year
Marketplace|9 days ago
This huge spike in the price of fuel oil matters most to people in the Northeast ... and then there were workforce shortages." Refinery capacity is still lagging, he said. And on top of that, there's a lot more demand now from Europe, since it ...
+2 # RE: Gladmjc 2022-11-19 13:24
one more.....

The real danger here is that the govt will continue to intervene in the diesel/heating oil market. They already raided the heating oil reserve for trucking.

The next step would be ...... price controls. Without price controls, demand will naturally fall as prices increase.....people will use less and/or be priced out of being able to buy diesel.

With price controls? Nobody will be getting anything. The price of paper diesel will be set at some 'palletable' number.....maybe $4/gal. But NOBODY is going to be making, transporting, and selling diesel at a loss.
Nov 7, 2022
Diesel shortage keeps fuel prices high at the pump
U.S. diesel supplies have dropped to their lowest on record for this time of year
# Certain “evangelicals” really love to hype the drama…….Jessiebeaner 2022-11-19 09:37
It gets OLD
# Global Warming ?acturner067 2022-11-19 08:52
As someone stated there is no global warming during winter? Now, if only the globalist would vapor lock for good and be seen no more global warming would never appear again.
# Vapor lock?Jessiebeaner 2022-11-19 09:38
Only if there are enough men with a set of balls to make it happen
# LakePSKYWAY 2022-11-19 08:39
+1 # RE: Over 5 ***feet*** of snow now confirmed in western New YorkRAFO 2022-11-19 07:54
This will be attributed to man-made “Global Warming” no doubt. Couldn’t POSSIBLY have anything to do with solar output, etc.
+3 # YepTorquemada 2022-11-19 08:12
Over 5 feet of global warming.
+3 # RE: YepThe Deplorable Renegade 2022-11-19 08:20
I thought global warming is politicians around the world blowing hot air, hee-hee.
+1 # RE: 2022-11-19 11:31
Even teen spokesperson Greta Thundermouth has moved on…
+2 # RE: YepRAFO 2022-11-19 15:51
Yes, Greta Thundermouth… with her vast years of experience and knowledge… I hung on to every word she spoke… such a young sage. She’ll make someone a great wife someday.
+2 # Greta Thundermouth,She’ll make someone a great wife someday.oldschool 2022-11-19 18:40
Poor Guy.


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