Fort St. John on its way to three-month snowfall record

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In addition, the first two days of this month have resulted in 17.3 centimetres, bringing the three month-to-date total through yesterday to 159.

Environment Canada has now confirmed the record for the three month period in question is 202.4 centimetres. It was set in 1957, when the October record was also established at 97.6.
 
Thus, another 43.5 centimetres in the last 28 days of this month would establish the new three month record. and if we follow the trend of the last two months, that should be easily done. 
 
The local airport station recorded more than 45 centimetres in the last twelve days of both October and November
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