The first measurable snowfall of the 2015-2016 winter season has finally arrived in New York City!
According to the NWS, 0.4 inches fell in Central Park on Sunday. With the snow sticking only to grassy areas and parked cars, it was not a blockbuster event by any stretch of the imagination. But, after this winter’s mild start, it was exciting to see flakes fill the air.
This first snowfall arrived rather late by local standards, but it was not the latest. That record belongs to January 29, 1973. On average, the city should have already seen about 9 inches of snow at this point in the season.