122-Year-Old Snow Record May Be Broken: Just Short of 3 Feet

This week's winter storm appears to have broken a 122-year-old record for the most snow in a New Jersey community from one storm.

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Robert Post, who owns a landscaping company, puts the final touches on a sidewalk he just cleared in Mt. Arlington, N.J., Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021. This week's winter storm appears to have broken a 122-year-old record for the most snow in a New Jersey community from one storm. The National Weather Service made a preliminary report Tuesday that Mount Arlington in the northern part of the state got 35.5 inches of snow in the three-day storm. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
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MOUNT ARLINGTON, N.J. (AP) — This week’s winter storm appears to have broken a 122-year-old record for the most snow in a New Jersey community from one storm. Mount Arlington, in the northern part of the state, got 35.5 inches (90 centimeters) of snow in the storm, which lasted about three days, the National Weather Service noted Tuesday in a preliminary report. It could take months to confirm the total and the new record, though.…

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