After the big snowstorm, the sun was strong enough to melt the whole driveway by 4:30 PM.
|03/19/2005 - A STORM FOR THE RECORD BOOKS Kim David/KROC AM News Yesterday’s storm was a record setter as it dumped heavy amounts of snow across the region. Rochester’s official 24-hour total at the airport was 19.8 inches, nearly 3 times the previous record for the date set in 1971. According to National Weather Service figures, that was also the largest amount ever recorded during a 24-hour period. The previous record was 15.4 inches set on January 2nd, 1982. The storm total for the city was just over 20 inches. Byron recorded 22 ½ inches, Saint Charles had 22 inches while Spring Valley recorded 20 inches. The Weather Service says downtown Rochester had a storm total of 19 ½ inches. The Twin Cities recorded just over 5 inches but it was enough for a record…|