Friday, December 9, 2022

Snow Predictions This Winter on Long Island

 

The winter season is upon us! While many residents across Long Island are preparing for the holidays, another important factor is snow! We've got you covered if you're looking to prepare for whatever the winter weather will bring. Here's a breakdown of what's predicted for the 2022-2023 winter season:
 

Snowfall Predictions

According to AccuWeather, Long Island and New York City are predicted to have less snowfall than average this year. Between now and February, the expected number of inches of snow is between 18-23 for the whole season. Our average snowfall is around 29.8 inches.
 

In Comparison to Last Year

Last year, our average snowfall took a major dip. The 2021-2022 winter season only saw a snowfall of about 17.9 inches. So while this year will bring a small increase in precipitation, it's still not a large enough number to match our overall yearly average.
 

When is Snow Predicted to Begin?

It's been a chilly start to the season, but according to AccuWeather, we're not going to see any major snowstorms until later in the season. Much like last year, we won't see heavy snowfall until late January and early February. Unfortunately, we most likely won't be having a white Christmas!

Safety Tips For Snow

Even if we aren't predicted to get a ton of snow this season, it's always important to stay prepared! Make sure you're keeping these safety tips in mind:
  • Stretch before you go out to shovel
  • Avoid overexertion
  • Keep as dry and warm as possible
  • Stay hydrated
  • Maintain awareness of all utilities when shoveling snow
  • Offer assistance to individuals in your neighborhood who require extra help, including seniors and people with disabilities

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