CoCoRaHS blog: A Late Winter in the Heartland #codrought #cowx


Here’s a blog post from the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network that tells the story of this winter across the Great Plains. Here’s an excerpt:

Things were looking pretty dismal for snow lovers in the central U.S. through the end of January. With the exception of North Dakota and the Ohio Valley most of the region had received than 75 percent of normal snowfall by the end of January…

Two major storms rolled through the central U.S. in the past ten days producing copious amounts of snow. This last storm closely followed the path of the previous storm, laying down snow from Texas to New England.

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