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Accumulating Snow Possible Monday Night into Tuesday

A strong storm system will bring rain late Sunday night into Monday followed by snow Monday night into Tuesday. Accumulations will occur first on grassy and elevated surfaces, but some slick spots on the roadways become possible by late Monday night and into the Tuesday morning commute. Read More >

 

Warmest

Temperature Location Date
112
Martinsburg
July 10, 1936
112
Moorefield
August 4, 1930

 

Coldest

Temperature Location Date
Minus 37
Lewisburg
December 30, 1917
Minus 36
Snowshoe
January 21, 1985

 

Wettest

Amount Location Period Date
19 Inches
Rockport
2 Hours
July 18, 1889
19 Inches
Rockport
24 Hours
July 18, 1889
26.66 Inches
Rockport
Month
July 1889
96.99 Inches Hendricks (3SE Parsons) Year 2018
89.01 Inches
Bayard
Year
1926

 

Driest

Amount Location Period Date
9.5 Inches
Upper Tract
Year
1930

 

Greatest Snow

Amount
Location
Period
Date
35 Inches
Flat Top
24 Hours
January 27-28, 1998
57 Inches
Pickens
Single Storm
November 24-29, 1950
301.4 Inches
Kumbrabow State Forest
Season (July-June)
Winter of 1959-60
62 Inches
Snowshoe
Uniform Depth
March 8, 1978

 

Least Snow

Amount Location Period Date
0.2 Inches Old Ohio River Dam #26 Season (July-June) Winter of 1931-32

 

Data compiled by Ken Batty, Lead Forecaster (Retired)