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Syracuse Named Top 5 Worst Weather City in America

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A Snowy Driveway in Syracuse, Winter 2011 (Peter Naughton/via Facebook)

The Weather Channel has named their top 5 Worst Weather Cities for the 2010-2011 season.  The Weather Channel cites the following putting Syracuse in contention:

  • Snowy, even by their standards
  • 4th snowiest season on record (174.2″ as of Mar. 18)
  • Record snowiest December (72.8″…over 6 feet!). Second snowiest month all-time.
  • At least 43″ snow in Dec., Jan. and Feb.

Syracuse will duke it out with the NYC blizzard, the Metrodome collapse in Minneapolis as well as Chicago and Harfort, Connecticut as the worst weather cities of the just concluded winter.

See the votes for Syracuse here.

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