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Cold weather continues in area

March 10, 2014

File photo by Joseph Bell – A PennDOT plow truck rolls by in February. A light dusting Saturday night extended a winter season that already featured sub-zero temperatures and significant snowfall throughout the area.

A light dusting Saturday night extended a winter season that already featured sub-zero temperatures and significant snowfall throughout the area.
After relatively normal numbers from October to December, the area received roughly 22 inches of snowfall in January, exceeding an average which is reportedly around 19 inches within the past 30 years, according to weatherdb.com.
February was the big difference, however, as nearly 24 inches of snow fell in the area. The average in the past 30 years is just over 13 inches for the month.

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