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Cars under lake-effect snow. Archive Poto of the Day, Stephen Diehl, Antwerp, NY
Cars under lake-effect snow. Archive Poto of the Day, Stephen Diehl, Antwerp, NY

Researchers wrap up $4M northern NY snow study

OSWEGO, N.Y. (AP) Researchers on a $4 million snow study will analyze data collected in the Tug Hill region of northern New York to improve the way lake-effect storms are predicted.

About 100 researchers from Alabama to Wyoming launched the Tug Hill field work in early December. They packed up their equipment this week.  Go to full article
The view from the porch in Adams, NY this morning. Photo: Catherine Loper
The view from the porch in Adams, NY this morning. Photo: Catherine Loper

The view from smack in the middle of the snow belt

Last week when the Tug Hill was getting several feet of snow, we called out to long time veterans of life in the lake effect belt to hear how you actually cope with a sudden dump of that much snow. Their response? Keep shoveling.

That's exactly what WRVO News Director Catherine Loper and her fiancee were trying to do at their home in Adams this morning. But they weren't making all that much progress.  Go to full article

Climate Change Boosts Lake Effect?

A recent study shows a possible link between global warming and lake effect snow. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Richard Annal has more.  Go to full article

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