Record snowfall in Erie, Pennsylvania, USA, December 201728
According to the AccuWeather, Erie, Pennsylvania, USA reached highest snowfall record. The city was covered with 154 cm of snow from December 24-26 during 48-hour range.
"Now this is the biggest two-day snow record in Pennsylvania, which is ahead of the old record of 112 cm of snow, set in Morgantown from March 20 to 21 in 1958," said meteorologist Bill DeGuer of AccuWeather.
Due to unusual weather conditions that affected visibility, traffic on roads deteriorated, and some flights of Erie International Airport were canceled.
Huge drifts have already adorned the city, but the snow continues to go.
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