Spring is here in Western New York, but that doesn't mean that all the snow is gone just yet.

We were hit with two massive snow events in November and December here in Western New York and there is still evidence of those huge snow totals along Lake Erie.

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On the way home from work yesterday,  I snapped a couple of pictures of crews still working on leveling the massive snow piles at the Outer Harbor area. This is the spot where dump truck after a dump truck was taking the snow cleared in the City of Buffalo and surrounding areas.

It is crazy to see that a huge pile of snow is still sitting there at the end of March.


Photo Credit: Dave Fields/TSM2023
Photo Credit: Dave Fields/TSM2023
Photo Credit: Dave Fields/TSM2023
Photo Credit: Dave Fields/TSM2023

As you can see by the pictures, a huge digger was still moving snow around to spread it around so that it will finally melt.

While it may not seem like we had a lot of snow this Winter outside those two massive snow events, those two storms were enough to help make this Winter the 5th snowiest in Western New York history.

The 133.3 inches of snow also is more than enough for Buffalo to take home the Golden Snowball trophy again this year. So if you are still in the mood to make a snowman or have a snowball fight, head out to the shores of Lake Erie soon.


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