That Massive Snow Pile In Buffalo STILL Hasn’t Melted After Eight Months
Even though it’s July and 90 degrees across most of New York State, there are still some grim reminders of the brutal winter that slammed the Northeast this past year. The City of Buffalo received 112.9 inches of snow this past winter, according to the National Weather Service. All that snow had to go somewhere, so why not just start piling it up?
Months and months have passed and the massive pile of snow has remained. It’s being “insulated” by a thick layer of dirt and sediment that’s melted out of the snow along the way. But the center is still as cold as a glacier.
Now allow a Buffalo Bro to explain why massive winter snowstorms are the most Bro natural disasters….