S: 2010 ~ 2011 Winter
FC: 2010 - 2011
1: 12-21-2010 The first snowfall of the season - 3 inches in Boston. The Cape and Islands received up to a foot of snow. Stormy weather is heading our way next week | Sean | Plenty of snow to make Snow Angels and Snowballs
2: December 26, 2010 - Sunday Evening - Blizzard Warnings Boston was forecast to receive up to 22 inches by Monday with wind gusts as high as 45 mph
3: Snow falling soundlessly in the middle of the night !
4: December 27, 2010 Monday morning and 20 inches later.......
5: WinterWonder Land
6: December 27, 2010
8: All Bundled Up ! December 28, 2010 | Artic Blast! 1
9: Winter Fun
10: First Nor'easter of 2011 Snow, Snow, and more Snow! Heavy, Wet, and Sticky January 12, 2011 | The snow started after midnight and stuck to everything causing major power outage and tree damage The heaviest snow 1 to 3 inches an hour continued through midday. Western Mass received up to 30 inches...we received 20"
12: Winter Memories | January 13, 2011
15: January 13, 2011
16: Cleanup ! January 13, 2010
18: Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow | January 13, 2011
20: ~Here We Snow Again~ January 21, 2011 - 6 inches | Frigid temperatures ~ Wind chills below 0
21: Another storm looming for next week !
22: January 27, 2011 Another Monster Storm - 18"
23: Mountains of Snow The cycle of snow would not be so bad if some of it had melted. The snow is so high it is difficult to see around corners at intersections. Where do we put the 5' of snow already on the ground.....no melting in sight. Another storm predicted next week...
24: February 2, 2011 Another 5-6 inches
25: Global Warming at its finest...
26: February 3, 2011 | David | Sean
28: February 4, 2011 Due to the buildup of heavy snow several roofs have collapsed. Joe made his own snow rake and began the ardous task of clearing off the roof.
29: The ladder was not necessary in all areas because of the 5 feet of snow already on the ground. However, it was a tedious, physically demanding job.
30: February 25, 2011 Branches are suddenly beginning to appear and the snow is still as high as the deck railing.
31: The Great Winter of 2011 So far the winter of 2011 has been very, very, very, extremely, positively, absolutely cold, icy, and snowy. Its the winter to tell your grandchildren about. More that 50 feet of snow despite a nearly dry January. No wetter winter has been recorded since 1950-51. Boston recorded 81 inches, double what is normally recorded. Living south of Boston we received more . The serial snowstorms of January 2011 made history dumping impressive amounts of snow across Massachusetts, including the second highest total for the month since 1948 at the Blue Hills Observatory in Milton at 48.2 to the 39.9 inches of snow in Amherst, the highest January total since 1839. Rawlins says he is often asked if extreme events such as the record snowfalls are manifestations of global warming. He cautions that recent events here and in other parts of the world cannot be directly attributed to the warming atmosphere. But he also notes that “New England has seen an increase in winter precipitation in recent decades, and heavy snowfalls have also increased in the East. Looking forward there may be more of the same, as climate model projections suggest wetter winters, and perhaps more heavy snowfalls in coming decades. President Obama believes it is George Bush's fault.