Timelapse shows heavy snowfall in upstate New York

Time-lapse images captured in Osceola, in upstate New York, show significant snowfall on Monday, January 10, as more than two inches of lazy snow fell in the area. Kaitlyn Jesmonth, a meteorology student at SUNY Oswego, compiled images from a camera owned by New York State Mesonet, a nationwide network of 126 weather stations operated by the University of Albany. Jesmonth posted the images on Twitter, writing that they were “just too impressive not to be shared.” Taken over a period of approximately 5 hours, from 12 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. Monday, the time-lapse video shows several inches of snow accumulating around a chain-link fence. At least 30 inches of snow fell on Osceola within 24 hours until 4:45 p.m., the National Weather Service said. Credit: NYS Mesonet / @ wxkaitlynj via Storyful


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