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Rain in the Southeast and Northwest; Lingering Snow in the Great Lakes

A Pacific weather system will bring rain to the Pacific Northwest; and a developing Gulf System will bring rain, locally heavy, to the Southeast. Some rain could be heavy enough for flash flooding in the Southeast. A weather system will keep conditions snowy in the Great Lakes. Temperatures slowly moderate the next few days across the Eastern half of the U.S, but will remain much below normal. Read More >

Lander Top 25 Snowstorms since 1891
 
                                                                                                                               

 

Date   Storm Total Snowfall (Inches)               
   
1.   April 21-24, 1999 52.7
2.   November 9-13, 1978 36.7
3.   April 9-15, 1927 34.1
4.   May 4-8, 1978 33.1
5.   April 12-14, 1945 32.7
6.   May 19-21, 1975 31.5
7.   October 10-12, 2008 29.7
7.   March 28-30, 2007 29.7
9.   May 10-12, 1933 29.5
10. February 23-27, 1987 29.0
11. March 31 - April 3, 1999 28.4
12. November 14-17, 1958 27.7
13. October 30-November 1, 1920 27.6
13. December 8-11, 1985 27.6 
15. November 9-13, 1985 27.3
16. May 1-5, 1898 27.1
16. October 27-29, 1971 27.1 
18. April 18-21, 1933 26.7
19. April 29-May 1, 1967 26.4
20. April 18-20 1973 26.3
21. February 2-6, 1955 25.7
22. April 25-27, 1984 25.2
23. April 3-5, 1983 24.6
24. April 18-21, 1892 24.4
24. April 19-22, 1971 24.4
  Last updated 3/7/2015