There is three to twelve feet of snow on the ground at the Olympics.
But things weren’t always this good. Ahead of the 1932 New York Winter Olympics, there was no snow at Lake Placid, and it was 66 degrees in New York City.
On January 14, 1932 it was 70 degrees in New York City and 56 degrees at Lake Placid.
The January 14 forecast for Lake Placid this year is a high of 4F and a low of -15F, more than 50 degrees colder than 1932 – and the ski resort is reporting 35 inches of snow on the ground.
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