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This winter, there was no snow in D.C., Philadelphia, or New York. What is occurring?

In Washington, Philadelphia and New York, no measurable snow has fallen. Snowfall in the Allegheny Mountains is running 2 to 3 feet below average. Amounts are also below normal in the Catskills of New York and the Green and White mountains of Vermont and New Hampshire. The snow drought continues as one travels south through the Appalachians. The coldest and snowiest parts of the Mid-Atlantic have seen historically low snowfall so far. The West Coast is stealing much of the East Coast’s snow as a parade of storms bombards California.