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14 Inches of Snow hit Selinsgrove

Weather forecasters all got it wrong!

By Hilde Kate Lysiak

The Blizzard of 2016 hit Selinsgrove with 14 inches by 4pm and its still snowing!!!!

Most weather forecasters predicted 3-5 inches for the area. How embarrassing!

We still have a ways to go before we break the all time record! The record snowfall was 28.0 inches on April 11, 1894.IMG_20160123_152831921

3 comments on “14 Inches of Snow hit Selinsgrove

  1. Jason Milyo
    January 23, 2016

    Hi my name is Jason Milyo one of your subscribers for the Orange Street news, my subscription address is we have over 2 foot of snow here in Pottsville Pa, I thought we would get more snow from this storm by the way it came across Pa and how it had all of the elements for a blizzard to form off the coast, what happened is that 2 storm system got together and there for warm moist air was coming from the gulf and cold dry air was coming from the north and there was a high pressure system that was in Eastern Canada when all of the elements mix then it forms a big nor easter of the coast because the cold air from the north will feed into the warm moist air that came from the coast.

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