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November 1967 was one of the snowiest Novembers on record for many locations in the Southern Tier of Western New York. As one would expect, it was also very cold. Several storms, mostly lake effect storms, dropped near record snowfall amounts and brought the snowdepth to over two feet in the snow belts.


The Snow TotalsEdit

Location Monthly Snow Largest Storm Greatest Depth
Alfred 24.0" 10.0" 7"
Allegheny SP 30.0" 11.0" 14"
Angelica 25.5" 10.0" 6"
Arcade 38.0" 15.0" 15"
Barnes 15.0" 5.0" 5"
Batavia 13.0" 10.5" 9"
Brockport 4.4" 4.0" 4"
Buffalo 19.7" 8.3" 8"
Colden 43.4" 17.6" 12"
Corry 56.5" 20.0" 16"
Erie 36.3" 19.4" 14"
Franklinville 39.0" 13.0" 11"
Fredonia 29.5" 18.5" 14"
Jamestown 43.0" 18.0" 12"
Lewiston Trace N/A N/A
Little Valley 84.0" 29.0" 24"
Meadville 23.2" 7.8" 6"
New Albion 58.1" 16.0" 17"
Northeast 30.5" 17.0" 14"
Olean 24.4" 8.8" 6"
Pavilion 11.0" 6.0" 6"
Rushford 13.0" 5.0" 5"
Sherman 92.0" 32.0" 18"
Sinclairville 60.8" 18.6" 22"
South Wales 19.1" 13.0" 13"
Union City 36.5" 13.5" 13"
Warren 18.6" 5.5" 5"
Warsaw 33.0" 10.0" 10"
Wellsville 16.8" 6.0" 5"
Westfield 41.2" 28.4" 26"

The 92.0" of snow that fell in Sherman is the most ever observed for the month of November for that location, and likely Western New York.

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