BUFFALO, NY (WKBW) -- The month of March in Buffalo turned out to be a dry one with the snowfall. There was only a trace of snow recorded for the entire month of March, 2010 according to the National Weather Service. This ties 1946 as the only other March in the 126 year history without measurable snow. In Rochester, this year was the first March ever in recorded history to not have measurable snow.
Also, the 2009-2010 winter season in Buffalo is the only one on record with no measurable snowfall in both November and March. If there isn't any more snow this season, it would be the shortest snow season on record. The first measurable snow fell on December 1st and the last snowfall was on February 28th.
Snowfall records in Buffalo go back to 1884.