Buffalo is the second snowiest city in the country after Saturday's storm

Buffalo is only behind Anchorage, Alaska
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Posted at 9:41 AM, Dec 27, 2020

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — Following Saturday's lake effect snowstorm, Buffalo has been the second snowiest city with at least 100,000 people in the country.

According to the website Golden Snow Globe, which tracks snow totals from the National Weather Service, as of December 26th, Buffalo has received 33.2 inches of snow so far this winter.

The only city that's ahead of Buffalo is Anchorage, Alaska which has 34.8 inches of snow.

According to the site, Buffalo has already received above average snowfall for this time of year.

The average amount of snow for December 26th in Buffalo is 31 inches.