Hanning 2007 Winder-Schtarrem

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Im Hanning 2007, eastern Natt Amerikaa, including meescht vun der Deitscherei, hot en grosser Winder-Schtarrem ghatt. Der Schtarrem hot sei Schterdt grickt uff em 12 Hanning, 2007. Uff em Valentine's Day waare die Leit in eastern Natt Amerikaa recht eigschneet. Even in Nebraskaa henn sie en latt Schnee grickt. Im Ohio Daal henn sie Eisregge ghatt. Baut 23 Leit sinn dotgmacht daerich die Schteets unn Kanadaa. In Faekt, in Pennsilfaani en Statewide Disaster Emergency waar gerufe, unn in Maine der Gowenier hot en State of Emergency gerufe.



Schnee-Schtarrem Totals fer Schnee uf em Bodde
Totals sinn yischt fer die Main System.
Stowe, Vermont 48 Zoll [1]
Stratford, NY 42 Zoll (106.7 cm) [1]
Kingfield, ME 31 Zoll (78.7 cm) [2]
Rochester, NY 28.0 Zoll (71.1 cm)[3]
Hamilton, ON 15.7-27.6 Zoll (40.0-70.0 cm) [4]
Burlington, VT 25.7 Zoll (65.3 cm) [5]
Sherbrooke, QC 21.7 Zoll (55.0cm) [6]
Niagara Region, ON 10.0-17.79 Zoll (25.0-45.0 cm) [7]
Lafayette, IN 17.0 Zoll (43.2 cm)[8]
Quebec City, QC 16.9 Zoll (43 cm) [9]
Albany, NY 16.8 Zoll (42.7 cm) [1]
Binghamton, NY 18.5 Zoll (47 cm) [10]
Ithaca, NY 16.8 Zoll (42.7 cm) [10]
Bloomington, IL 17.5.0 Zoll (40.6 cm)
Paxton, IL 16.0 Zoll (40.6 cm)
Cleveland, OH 15.0 Zoll (31.8 cm)[11]
Dover, NH 12.0 Zoll (30.5 cm)
Scranton, PA 12.0 Zoll (30.5 cm)
Springfield, IL 11.2 Zoll (28.4 cm)[12]
Chicago - O'Hare Airport 10.2 Zoll (25.9 cm)
Detroit, Michigan 8.5 Zoll (21.6 cm)[13]
Indianapolis, IN 8.5 Zoll (21.6 cm)[8]
Auburn, NE 6.7 Zoll (17.0 cm)
Ottawa, ON 5.9 Zoll (15.0 cm) [14]
Columbus, OH 5.9 Zoll (15.0 cm) [15]


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  4. The Hamilton Spectator (2007-02-15). "SNOW DAZE".
  5. CNN. com (February 15, 2007). "Storm leaves behind snow, ice, frustration".
  6. CBC Montreal (February 15, 2007). "Snow paralyzes parts of Quebec". Archived from the original on February 17, 2007.
  7. The Niagara Falls Review (2007-05-15). "Winter storms into Niagara".
  8. 8,0 8,1 "February 12-14 Storm Summary". 2007-02-14. Retrieved 2007-02-14.
  9. Meteo Media. http://www.meteomedia.com/bulletins/neige/pages/snowQC2.htm. Retrieved February 15, 2007. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  10. 10,0 10,1 "Updated snowfall amounts released". February 15, 2007.
  11. NWS Cleveland (2007-02-14). "Spotter Reports". Retrieved 2007-02-14.
  12. NWS Lincoln (2007-02-14). "Blizard Feb 12-13". Retrieved 2007-02-14.
  13. NOAA (14-02-2007). "Snowfall totals from the February 13th-14th, 2007, winter storm". Retrieved 15-02-2007. Check date values in: |accessdate=, |date= (help)
  14. Le Droit (February 15, 2007). "La tempête a passé ailleurs".
  15. National Weather Service (February 15, 2007). "Total Snowfall and Icing Reports".
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