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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND RAPIDS MI
858 PM EDT SUN MAR 16 2014

...CONSECUTIVE DAYS WITH ONE INCH OR MORE OF SNOW ON THE GROUND...

THE COLD AND SNOWY WINTER OF 2013-2014 HAS A CHANCE TO BREAK SOME
RECORDS FOR CONSECUTIVE DAYS WITH AN INCH OR MORE OF SNOW ON THE
GROUND. HERE ARE THE CURRENT STANDINGS AT GRAND RAPIDS...LANSING AND
MUSKEGON THROUGH MARCH 16TH. THE MOST LIKELY RECORD TO FALL IS AT
LANSING...WHERE THIS WINTER IS IN SECOND PLACE AND IS ONLY THREE
DAYS AWAY FROM THE RECORD.

GRAND RAPIDS

1. 117 DAYS FROM 11/28/1903 TO 3/23/1904
2. 107 DAYS FROM 11/27/1978 TO 3/13/1979
3. 105 DAYS FROM 12/7/1962 TO 3/21/1963
4. 104 DAYS FROM 12/6/1958 TO 3/19/1959
5. 103 DAYS FROM 11/30/1919 TO 3/11/1920
6.  98 DAYS AND COUNTING SINCE 12/9/2013

THE SNOW WOULD HAVE TO PERSIST UNTIL APRIL 5TH TO SET A NEW RECORD
AT GRAND RAPIDS.

LANSING

1. 101 DAYS FROM 12/6/1962 TO 3/16/1963
2.  98 DAYS AND COUNTING SINCE 12/9/2013

THE SNOW WOULD HAVE TO PERSIST UNTIL THURSDAY MARCH 20TH TO SET A
NEW RECORD AT LANSING.

MUSKEGON

1. 118 DAYS FROM 12/2/1903 TO 3/28/1904
2. 108 DAYS FROM 12/2/1978 TO 3/19/1979
3. 108 DAYS FROM 12/7/1962 TO 3/24/1963
4. 103 DAYS FROM 11/29/1976 TO 3/11/1977
5. 103 DAYS FROM 12/2/1919 TO 3/13/1920
6. 101 DAYS FROM 12/21/1977 TO 3/31/1978
7. 100 DAYS AND COUNTING SINCE 12/7/2013

THE SNOW WOULD HAVE TO PERSIST UNTIL APRIL 4TH TO SET A NEW RECORD
AT MUSKEGON.

FOR RECORD  PURPOSES...SNOW DEPTH MEASUREMENTS ON OFFICIAL CLIMATE
REPORTS ARE TAKEN AT 7 AM.

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OSTUNO





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