NYC and I-95 corridor experiencing lowest snowfalls in 50 years trends now
Cities up and down the east coast are experiencing some of their lowest snowfalls in 30 years, while others across the country have found themselves buried in record-breaking accumulation.
Both New York City and Philadelphia have yet to record a measurable snowfall of more than a tenth of an inch since November 1, while Boston has seen just over a quarter of its average powder over the same period.
Conversely, Buffalo has seen nearly twice its average snowfall for this point in the winter, and Reno in Northern Nevada and southwestern cities have seen unusually high numbers.
Though NYC saw a snow flurry on Wednesday, the city is on track to blow past the record for latest measurable snowfall of January 29, which was set during the 1972-73 winter.
A New Yorker covers themselves during the first snow flurry the of the season
A snowless New York City this week. The city saw its first flurry of the season on Wednesday
Beyond NYC, cities up and down Interstate 95 -