SilverLakeDailyNewsletter.com publishes News, events, concert dates, and photos for residents and at this Western NY finger lake--minutes west of Letchworth State Park. Appreciation to all who submit dates, highlights, and family news. The Rev. Greg Franklin, former pastor at First Church, 35 Covington in Perry, came to this project from a rich background in print journalism. Contact Greg (during off-season) at (716) 346 3567, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or Facebook Messenger.
OCT. 21 -- Chicken N' Biscuit Dinner (see ad below). (1) OCT. 23 -- BAZAAR--10am to 2 pm (see ad below). (2) OCT. 30 -- Halloween Murder Mystery Dinner (see ad below) NOV. 8 & 9 7PM -- THE ROTARY SHOW, "Haunted House" will take place at the Perry Central High School for a donation of $10. DONATIONS FOR 2021 THANKSGIVING MEALS are due in to Asbury Retreat Center no later than Nov. 19th. See the complete article below. DEC. 13 AT 7PM - PERRY COMMUNITY BAND CONCERT -- Monday, December 13, 2021 at 7:00 PM Perry First United Methodist Church, 35 Covington in Perry, NY. EMERGENCY FIRST RESPONDERS need your 4-digit cottage number when reporting an emergency and need to find that 4-digit number posted on your cottage in order to provide emergency service. Are you prepared for an emergency? (SLI Residents needing help, may contact the Communications Committee through the SLI office. _____________________________________________________________________________________
Thursday, April 22, 2021
x A Fun Snow Because We Knew It Was Leaving: Springtime snows: Late snowfall breaks records in Buffalo, Rochester
If you’re going to get snow in April, you might as well make it a record amount. The snow received Wednesday in Buffalo and Rochester broke records in both cities, according to the National Weather Service in Buffalo.
Buffalo received 3.1 inches, breaking its previous record of 1.3 inches in 1934, according to the NWS. Rochester received 2.8 inches, with broke a record dating back to 1978. The snows started arriving in the early-morning hours across the GLOW region. Most residents woke up to find a wet, slushy snow covering lawns and trees, while roads remained clear. In a rare turnabout, Orleans County was leading the area’s accumulations as of about 11:30 a.m., according to NWS data.
Snowfall totals at the time included:
■ Genesee County — Batavia, 3.4 inches; Le Roy, 2.9 inches; Stafford, 1.5 inches; Pavilion, 1.2 inches.
■ Livingston County — Mount Morris, 1 inch; Dansville, 0.5 inches; Avon, 0.1 inches.
■ Orleans County — Medina, 3.6 inches; lakeside, 2 inches.
There was a break from snow in the early afternoon, but for Wyoming County the snow activity formed a regular off-and-on snowing pattern almost up through darkness tonight. The snow came in bouts of snow squalls but were limited in time so accumulations remained minimal. The melting continued and left little or no evidence of squalls that diminished visibilities for the same brief periods. Tomorrow begins a warming trend. The 5-day forecast: