Robert A. Raczka uses a stick on top of this dirt-covered snow "glacier" that still hasn't melted at the Central Terminal on Buffalo's East side eight months ago, Tuesday, July 28, 2015. City crews dumped snow in the lots after a lake-effect storm dumped more than 7 feet on parts of Buffalo and the surrounding area the week before Thanksgiving. Eight months later, some of it is still there. (AP Photo/Gary Wiepert)

Even with high heat & humidity, snow piles remain in NE

Here’s a thought to cool you down on this hot, humid Wednesday:  There’s still snow on the ground in Buffalo, New York!  You may remember hearing that the area really got pounded with snow – with a large chunk of it falling before last Thanksgiving.  Snow totals reached up to 7 feet in parts of the area. All the snow had to be put somewhere and it’s the snow from some of the giant piles that were created that still remains.  Slowly, but surely, these piles are melting away, but Mother Nature’s providing a challenge – even with recent temps…