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Lake Effect Storm Season 2013-2014  

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2013-2014 storms


 

Storm Dates

Highlights of the Event

February 24-25, 2014 Westerly flow.
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - West Valley 9",  Lake Ontario - Parish 20"
February 9-11, 2014 West-northwest flow event; very local heavy amounts.
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - Ripley 2.1",  Lake Ontario - Martville 30"
February 8, 2014 Low top band; Southwest flow.
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - None,  Lake Ontario - Watertown 15"
February 6-7, 2014 Northern extent of Lake Ontario band.
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - Colden 1.4",  Lake Ontario - Watertown 30"
January 29-30, 2014 West-southwest flow over Lake Ontario, very little response off Lake Erie.
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - North Amherst 1.0",  Lake Ontario - Watertown 26.7"
January 27-28, 2014 Snow primarily Lake Ontario, very little Lake Erie
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - Warsaw 2.5",  Lake Ontario - Osceola 26"
January 6-9, 2014 Excessive snow on the Tug Hill and blizzard conditions in Buffalo
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - Orchard Park 22",  Lake Ontario - Rodman 60"
Dec 31, 2013-Jan 1, 2014 West wind lake snows
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - Perrysburg 23",  Lake Ontario - Highmarket 13.5"
December 26-27, 2013 Hybrid synoptic and marginal lake effect
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - Perrysburg 10.5",  Lake Ontario - Lorraine 20"
December 18-19, 2013 Hybrid synoptic and lake effect
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - West Falls 12",  Lake Ontario - Highmarket 11.2"
December 15-16, 2013 Westerly flow
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - West Valley 19",  Lake Ontario - Lacona 14"
December 12-13, 2013 Long duration snows
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - Perrysburg 27",  Lake Ontario - Copenhagen 23"
December 10-12, 2013 Long duration event with high snowfall rates
Max snowfall:  Lake Erie - Boston 26",  Lake Ontario - Constableville 44"