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The Big Northeast Storm

| 11:46 am April 23, 2012

An intense low pressure area was centered near New York City late this morning. That is the troublemaker for a major storm for the northeast states more akin to a winter storm. The numbers posted below reveal the intensity!

HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE in a small boat…with just one paddle south of Block Rhode Island? They were getting 13-foot waves every 11 seconds.

NORTHEAST SNOW AMOUNTS SO FAR

5 inches at Kysers Ridge, Md.

9 inches at Mecklensurg, N.Y.

8 inches Newfield, N.Y.

7 inches Elmira, N.Y.

12 inches Laurel Summit, Pa.

11 inches Sylvania, Pa.

5 inches eight miles ESE of Kingswood, West Va.

4 inches Clyde, West Va.

SAMPLE RAIN AMOUNTS (LAST 24 HOURS)

5.04 inches New Boston, N.H.

3.18 Hatteras, N.C.

3.65 Beddeford, Maine

3.17 Schenectady, N.Y.

2.76 New York City/Central Park

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