Bitter cold obliterates records in western US as storm dumps snow, ice

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The pandemic has warped many people’s perception of time, but some Americans can be excused for double-checking their calendars this week. It seems like Mother Nature has also lost track of time this year. For scores of people living in states across the Rockies and middle of the country, late October is looking more like late January with record-breaking snowfall blanketing states from Montana to New Mexico.

According to AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Bill Deger, accumulating snowfall was the result of a powerful storm combining with a deep dip in the jet stream

October snowfall is fairly typical for most of the region, but the magnitude of the storm system that lunged across the West was “certainly impressive,” Deger said.

Snowfall totals from the storm ranged from 5 to 25 inches and spanned from Washington down to New Mexico. For some cities, the single storm’s snowfall pushed the monthly totals over the edge and led to several broken records.

According to the National Weather Service office in Great Falls, Montana, the city shattered its October snowfall record with nearly 28 inches accumulated over the span of only nine days, compared to the record of 18.5 inches set in 1925.

https://www.accuweather.com/en/winter-weather/bitter-cold-obliterates-records-in-western-us-as-storm-dumps-snow-ice/837913?fbclid=IwAR0Yymp8MJYEtOjakHKfYO5wPPkkmo1PHqbQEfu-testHcKzhmVSP-NBRWY

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