March Makes Up For Missing Snow This Winter In Nyack

Dated: 03/14/2019

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Meteorologists consider winter to be from December through February for record keeping purposes. The normal snow fall for that period here in Nyack is 21 inches. This winter saw only 3.6 inches. We actually have had more snow in March then the previous three months. The kicker was we had 13 inches of rain, very unusual for winter time. Temperatures were about within one degree of the 125 year average. The hottest day was 65* and the coldest a bone chilling 2*.

The early part of this winter seemed pleasant enough but this March snow storm has everybody saying “ENOUGH ALREADY!!!”  I will be extremely happy to not see another flake of snow this year!!!Image title

Click here to see how the Nyack housing market is heating up as well.

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Paul Bambara

My love of the real estate business began when I first started investing in residential and commercial properties in 1982. I found that my life-long residency of Rockland County, my eight years on the....

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