Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Heavy Eastern Snows

Well - 1 to 3 feet of snow is on the ground from North Carolina to Maine after the recent storm. 

Some of the hardest hit areas were right around New Jersey - where much of the state saw anywhere from 15 to 30 inches of the white stuff!

This timelapse video has circulated the web and the media outlets, but it is so good - I have to share it again.

Click here to see what 30 inches of snow looks like over a 20-hour period as it falls in Delmar, New Jersey.

The storm began in the south - well actually - it was part of the huge storm system that slammed the west with heavy rain and snow around Christmas.

North Carolina took a beating with up to a foot of snow outside of the Raleigh-Durham area.

The New York City metro also took a beating with over 20" in many areas.  I heard a stat on The Weather Channel that only 6 storms in previous history have dumped 20 inches or more on the city officially.

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