Good afternoon, everyone!
Today, in 1960, the city of Buffalo in the state of New York had localized flash flooding from the melting of heavy snow accumulations as temperatures rose fairly high, fairly fast. This warming period took place over the span of a week, but on this day, the temperature peaked at 69°F, which was a new record for the city. According to the National Weather Service, the well-known Tonawanda creek reached a record-breaking high stage of 16.95 feet in the northern portion of Erie county. How crazy is that?
Have a wonderful day!