Last year November was a month of graupel, and back and forth weather as it went above and below zero.
Nov. 25 – ice rain in Ottawa
This fell OVERNIGHT at my hotel in Buffalo. Like, this was only 5 hours 😳@foxweather pic.twitter.com/bCPEEop0Y4— Mark Sudduth (@hurricanetrack) November 19, 2022
This is WILD. Not one, but TWO lakes – Erie and Ontario – produced SIX FEET of snow.— Matthew Cappucci (@MatthewCappucci) November 20, 2022
Water temperatures are around 50-53 degrees. Air is in the teens and twenties.
Having one intense band drop 6 feet is incredible. Two is something else. Prolific snows. #BuffaloStorm2022 pic.twitter.com/rst1xL10nH
Nov. 15th – lovely snowstorm!
We had a windy day on Saturday, then a storm rolled in. British Columbia had another atmospheric river, not as bad as the one that hit last year.
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