The longest snowless streak lasted 332 days and ended on Dec. 15, 2020. This season’s streak is currently up to 323 days as of Jan. 26. No snow has been measured in the Big Apple since March 9, 2022, when 0.4 of an inch fell.
AccuWeather forecasters say that with no significant chances of snow in the forecast for the next several days, this winter has a high chance of going down in the record books.
New York City is also on track to break a 50-year-old record for the latest date for the first measurable snowfall of the season. The latest date on record was Jan. 29, 1973. Last week, the Big Apple surpassed the second-place record, which was set in 1871 when snow was not measured until Jan. 21.
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New York City is very likely to break a snowfall record on Monday, and another snowfall record could fall a few days later: https://t.co/5nnLV9QIj7
— Breaking Weather by AccuWeather (@breakingweather) January 27, 2023