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National Weather Service


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www.wbta1490.com

And National Weather Service meteorologist Steve McLaughlin says those factors came together to make last night's storm happen.
"They were very isolated (thunderstorms) â€" no one else in the state got them," says McLaughlin of our strongest thunderstorms so far this year.


www.planetaryruin.com

If accurate, that would break the state record of 10 feet, 7 inches of snow that fell in nearby Montague over seven days ending Jan. 1, 2002, said Steve McLaughlin, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Buffalo.Finally, some mercy," McLaughlin said.


www.waterwayguide.com

National Weather Service Meteorologist Steve McLaughlin said today about 50 percent of Lake Erie is still covered with ice.
Ice coverage needs to shrink below 250 square miles, or about 3 or 4 percent of the lake, before the New York Power Authority removes the boom, McLaughlin said. "I would say you've got another two weeks, anyway, at least, before the ice is out of this area," McLaughlin said, "before the ice gets small enough to consider removing the boom." McLaughlin said his best estimate for the ice boom removal is the last week of March. But McLaughlin said the removal of the ice boom -- often a sign that spring has arrived -- doesn't impact the weather. "There's cold here because of the ice, yes, but the boom isn't the reason the ice is there," McLaughlin said.


www.wdt.net

April brought a record-breaking 5.4 inches of rain to Jefferson County, according Steve McLaughlin, meteorologist for the National Weather Service.


www.lakescientist.com

National Weather Service Meteorologist Steve McLaughlin said the ice looks relatively mild in the lake, but that it's still somewhat congested in the eastern basin.
This is typical, he said, as the winds in the lake are usually from the southwest, which pushes ice to the eastern basin. Authorities must wait for the majority of this ice to melt away before removing the boom, at which point the remaining ice will be released into the river. Those who live along the river inappropriately blame the boom for cold temperatures in the springtime, McLaughlin said. Records show that the average springtime temperatures for the area before the boom's first installation in 1964 are comparable to what they have been since then. "People always blame the ice boom because it's cold in Buffalo in the springtime, but it's cold in Buffalo in the springtime because of the ice," McLaughlin told the Buffalo News.


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