January 2001

Vol. 3, No. 1


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With winter underway, and above-average snowfall reported in several regions of the country, it may be interesting to look at levels of snowfall for Buffalo, among those cities with the greatest accumulations in November and December. Indeed, this year's data suggests that the 2000 snow season represents an out-of-control point in Buffalo's record of snowfall data since 1985. It remains to be seen whether the entire season will sustain this condition, but it is to be noted that this season's 50-plus inches for the two months is well above the city's mean of 17-plus inches for November and December. (Data from http://www.wbuf.noaa.gov/f6.htm.)

If you are wondering about data that may have significance to our customers, let us know. We welcome your suggestions of topics for which we might gather data and analyze it using CHARTrunner. Send ideas to Matt@pqsystems.com.

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