According to Bill Gregway, local observer for the national Weather Service, Oswego received 1.2 inches of snow. “There was a lot, an awful lot, to our south and west,” he said. “It caused a lot of accidents and closings elsewhere. For us, it was no big deal.”
Old Man Winter is still sputtering. According to Fulton’s weather observer, 1.0 inch of snow fell on March 12 with another 0.3-inch on the 13th. Total snowfall for March now stands at 5.0 inches. Oswego received just a trace of snow on March 13. The monthly total stands at 4.0 inches and the winter season to 176.5 inches.
The Oswego weather observer reports 0.82-inch of precipitation on March 10. The Port City’s monthly total has jumped to 2.14 inches. The monthly snowfall total is 3.5 inches and the winter season total is 176.0 inches.
According to Fulton’s weather observer, 0.4-inch of snow fell on March 9. It started about 10 p.m. Wednesday and then shortly after midnight turned to rain and freezing rain. Total snowfall for March now stands at 3.7 inches.