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Heavy Snow For Portions of the Northeast; Great Lakes

Moderate to heavy snow will return to the Northeast and New England over the next couple of days. Heavy Lake Effect Snow will continue to the lee of the Great Lakes. Light snow will fall across portions of the Tennessee Valley; working into the Mid-Atlantic by mid-week. Meanwhile, elevated fire weather conditions will continue in southern California. Read More >

 

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              Record Snowfall Data
.        HIGHEST SNOWFALL FOR MONTHS
....		... Sep            Oct            Nov            
            1. 14.0 1959   1. 16.3 1991   1. 29.3 1946   
            2.  7.5 1971   2. 12.6 1972   2. 25.6 1991   
         3.  6.6 1936   3.  8.2 1997   3. 23.5 1985
              	    Dec            Jan            Feb            
            1. 18.6 2011   1. 20.0 1948   1. 23.5 2015   
            2. 18.2 1913   2. 19.3 2001   2. 20.1 1894   
         3. 17.6 1911   3. 18.5 1891   3. 17.8 1939
		  Mar             Apr             May         
            1. 22.4 1948   1. 21.2 1957   1. 10.6 1990   
            2. 15.7 1964   2. 19.2 1995   2. 10.2 1917   
         3. 15.3 1970   3. 18.4 1990   3.  4.8 1946
          RECORD ONE-MONTH SNOWFALL         RECORD ONE-DAY SNOWFALL
            1.  29.3   Nov 1946             1.  16.0   Nov 14, 1985
            2.  25.6   Nov 1991             2.  14.0   Nov  3, 1946
            3.  23.5   Nov 1985             3.  12.8   Apr 29, 1990
            4.  22.4   Mar 1948             4.  12.6   Apr  2, 1957
            5.  21.2   Apr 1957             5.         Oct 31, 1972
            6.  20.1   Feb 1894             6.         Oct 30, 1991
            7.  20.0   Jan 1948             7.  12.5   Dec  4, 1913
            8.  19.3   Jan 2001             8.  12.0   Dec 13, 1899
            9.  19.2   Apr 1995             9.  11.6   Jan 19, 1990
           10.  18.6   Dec 2011            10.  11.3   Jan 16, 2001
  .GREATEST AMOUNT IN 24 HOURS:      16.8    Apr 1-2, 1957
            .                              Apr 29-30, 1990
             EARLIEST SNOWFALL:     Trace     Sep 10, 1898
       EARLIEST MEASURABLE SNOW:       7.3     Sep 17, 1971 
             . LATEST SNOWFALL:        .2     May 21, 2001
            .                       Trace             1931
            .                       Trace             1910
           LATEST 1st SNOWFALL:     Trace     Dec  7, 1901
   LATEST MEASURABLE 1st SNOWFALL:    0.3     Dec 24, 1939
	LOWEST SEASONAL SNOWFALL         HIGHEST SEASONAL SNOWFALL
            1.   7.6   1934-35                1.  69.6   1989-90
            2.   9.1   1966-67                2.  65.9   1947-48
            3.   9.3   1949-50                3.  64.2   1987-88
            4.   9.8   1907-08                4.  59.0   1993-94
            5.  10.0   1920-21                5.  55.1   1946-47
            6.  10.1   1903-04                6.  53.5   1972-73
            7.  12.6   1901-02                7.  52.7   1961-62
            8.         1954-55                8.  50.6   1959-60
            9.  14.3   1888-89                9.  48.7   1991-92
           10.  14.4   2008-09               10.  48.3   1994-95
Seasonal snowfall is from July through June.
Snowfall amounts are recorded in inches, and include sleet
and hail.
LOWEST SNOWFALL FOR MONTHS

            November
 1. 0     :  (18)88, 99, (19)01, 05, 12, 49, (20)05
             2. Trace :  (18)91, (19)02, 04, 14, 17, 26, 34, 39, 44, 63,.  
         (19)66, 70, 89, 98, 99, (20)12, 16
             3. 0.1   :  (19)65, 77                                       .

            December
            1. Trace :  (18)90, (19)06, 22, 49, 70, 93, 95, (20)03       .
            2. 0.1   :  (19)59, 80                                       .
             .3. 0.2   :  (19)10, 31, 58                                     .

            January
            1. 0     :  (19)28, 33                                 .      
            2. Trace :  (19)23, 34                                       .
             .3. 0.2"  :  (19)50, (20)03                                     .

            February
            1. Trace :  (19)16, 26, 52, 57, 70, 79, 94, (20) 00, 09      .
                    2. 0.1   :  (19)91, (20)17                                           .
             3. 0.2   :  (19)07, 84                                        .

            March
            1. 0     :  (19)10                                           .
            2. Trace :  (18)89, (19)05, 89, (20)07, 17                   .
            3. 0.1   :  (18)93                                           .
             4. 0.2   :  (19)22                                            .
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            Number of days with more than a trace of snow (Oct-Apr)... 2699
                   Climatological chance for measurable snow...........  10%
            **Days through April 30, 2017 - based on 26467 days
            Records are from September 1 1888 to the present.