New York City set to FINALLY break nearly year-long snowless streak trends now
New York City set to FINALLY break nearly year-long snowless streak - with the Big Apple braced for a flurry of the white stuff on Wednesday New York City could soon finally see snow after astonishing 321-day drought It has been the second-longest snowless streak in the city's history But drought expected to be broken tomorrow as the city will see 'dusting' of snow while Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire are battered by storms
By Helena Kelly For Dailymail.Com
Published: 22:38 GMT, 24 January 2023 | Updated: 23:18 GMT, 24 January 2023
New York City will finally be hit by snow on Wednesday after experiencing the second-longest drought on record.
The Big Apple has been without measurable snowfall since March 9, 2022 - making it 321 days as of Tuesday.
The record for the longest-ever snowless streak stands at 332 days and happened in the year up to December 2020.
New York City has been unusually dry this winter, compared to other years where it typically sees up to nine inches of snow - pictured January 5, 2023.
It has not snowed in New York City since March 9 last year. Here the Big Apple is pictured covered in snowfall on Jan 29, 2022
However the Fox Forecast Center does not expect this year to surpass the all-time record as parts of the city will receive a
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