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The snow started right after midnight in NYC not 4am


You didn't mention a date but I assume you're referring to New Year's Day. I use the reporting information from Central Park, which shows that measurable snow didn't begin falling until after 4:00 AM. (Although traces of snow were reported between midnight and 4:00 AM, I don't include them in my discussions about snowfall.)

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