More than 65 inches of snow has fallen in Erie, Pa., in the past 60 hours, shattering all previous multi-day snowfall records there dating to 1893. Being one of the snowiest cities in the country, Erie is used to heavy lake-effect snow, but getting this much snow is so short a time is not something […]
Being one of the snowiest cities in the country, Erie is used to heavy lake-effect snow, but getting this much snow is so short a time is not something long-time residents have seen before.
The city has declared a state of emergency and the story has gone global.
John Stehlin, weatherman at WICU, Erie’s NBC affiliate owned by Lilly Broadcasting, was interviewed about the record-breaking snow on BBC Radio.
The forecast for Erie? More snow.
FIRST WARNING WEATHER: Our weather team has been busy with calls from around the country with folks wanting to know how Erie handles a major snow storm. It becomes a global story when the BBC starts asking questions. ENN John Stehlin tells our story on BBC Radio earlier today. Take a listen. #thisishomeerie #weather #BBC #snowstorm
Posted by Erie News Now – Your News Team on Wednesday, December 27, 2017