Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Erie PA gets record snowfall

The National Weather Service in Cleveland reported the lake-effect snowfall that inundated Erie over the weekend and Christmas — and continues to fall — can now count itself as the most intense in Pennsylvania history. Erie received 34 inches of snow on Christmas Day, not only breaking the all-time city Christmas record of 11 inches but also breaking the all-time daily snowfall record, which was 20 inches on Nov. 22, 1956. From midnight to 6 a.m. today, Erie received another 19 inches, making the storm total 53 inches, far and away the highest two-day total in Pennsylvania history. The previous record was 44 inches in Morgantown, Pa., From March 20-21, 1958.


  1. I was thinking about heading up there to do a little Steelhead fishing, but I guess that will just have to wait. Might be just a bit iffy getting to the streams............

  2. That's clearly a propaganda photo from the radical right, trying to debunk global warming.

  3. Al Gore must be visiting Pennsylvania. He always brings lots of glowball warmening with him.