La Crosse Snowfall Records

Highest Snowfall Totals for Months
October   November   December   January
1. 7.0" 1917   1. 30.3" 1991   1. 32.7" 2008   1. 39.6" 1929
2. 3.1" 1929   2. 15.8" 1934   2. 32.3" 2010   2. 35.0" 1996
3. 2.4" 1926   3. 13.1" 1919   3. 30.4" 1990   3. 32.2" 1886
4. 1.8" 1992   4. 13.0" 1957   4.  26.6" 1968   4. 31.9" 1999
5. 1.6" 1925   5. 12.2" 1940   5.  25.5"  2000   5. 29.7" 1979
6. 1.4" 1959   6. 12.0" 1977       1927   6. 26.5" 1971
7. 1.2" 1991       1942   7. 24.9" 2009   7. 23.1" 1937
8. 1.1" 1909   8. 11.8" 1959   8. 24.2" 2007   8. 22.5" 1917
9. 0.8" 2002   9. 11.5" 1947   9. 21.9" 1911   9.  21.4" 1994
    1920   10. 10.5" 1996   10. 19.8" 1969       1943
                             
February   March   April   May
1. 31.0" 1959   1. 33.5" 1959   1. 17.0" 1973   1. 6.6" 1935
2. 27.1" 1936   2. 26.1" 1923   2. 12.4" 1910   2. 5.2" 1911
3. 25.9" 1962   3. 23.8" 1951   3. 10.9" 1909   3. 0.8" 1960
4. 23.8" 2007   4. 22.4" 1956   4. 10.8" 2002   4. 0.4" 1923
5. 20.4" 1971   5. 20.9" 1962   5. 10.2" 1952   5. 0.2" 1947
    1945   6. 19.7" 2005   6. 9.7" 1928       1909
7. 20.1" 1975   7. 19.3" 1989   7. 8.9" 1993        
8. 18.8" 1939   8. 18.7" 1933   8. 7.1" 1911        
9. 18.7" 1994   9. 18.3" 1940   9. 7.0" 1945        
10. 18.5" 1983   10. 18.1" 1975   10. 6.7" 2003        


Lowest Snowfall Totals for Months
December   January   February   March
1. trace 2006   1. 1.6" 2006   1. 0.5" 1954   1. none 2010
    1979   2. 1.9" 1981   2. 0.6" 1958   2. trace  1990
    1943   3. 2.0" 1974   3. 0.8" 1969       1986
4. 0.3" 1913   4. 2.1" 1944       1968       1973
5. 0.5" 1939   5. 2.3" 1948   5. 1.0" 1964       1919
6. 0.8" 1912   6. 2.9" 1962   6. 1.2" 1996   6. 0.1" 1968
7. 1.0" 2001   7. 3.4" 1957       1947   7. 0.2" 1910
    1975       1928   8. 1.7" 1984   8. 0.3" 1991
9. 1.3" 1965   9. 3.5" 1984   9. 2.2" 1995   9. 0.5" 1949
10. 1.4" 1960   10. 3.7" 1933   10.   1982   10. 0.8" 1984
                             



Highest Snowfall for One Month Record One-Day Snowfall
1. 39.6" January 1929 1. 16.7" December 7, 1927
2. 35.0" January 1996 2. 15.5" December 1, 1985
3. 33.5" March 1959 3. 14.4" December 3, 1990
4. 32.7" December 2008 4. 14.3" March 13, 1997
5. 32.3" December 2010 5. 13.9" December 11, 2010
6. 32.2" January 1886     March 18, 2005
7. 31.9" January 1999 7. 13.1" March 5, 1959
8. 31.0" February 1959 8. 13.0" November 23, 1991
9. 30.4" December 1990 9. 12.5" November 30, 1934
10. 30.3" November 1991 10. 12.1" March 9, 1909



Seasonal Snowfall
Highest   Lowest
1. 78.7" 1961-62   1. 7.7" 1967-68
2. 78.3" 1958-59   2. 18.8" 1953-54
3. 73.2" 1974-75   3. 19.4" 1975-76
4. 69.1" 1996-97   4. 20.0" 1965-66
5. 67.9" 2007-08   5. 20.5" 1913-14
6. 67.6" 1970-71   6. 21.8" 1980-81
7. 67.5" 1951-52   7. 24.7" 1957-58
8. 66.9" 1928-29   8. 24.9" 1956-57
9. 65.8" 1950-51   9. 25.6" 1999-00
10. 65.1" 1985-86   10. 26.3" 1901-02

 


Earliest TRACE of snowfall:   September 23, 1928
Earliest measurable snowfall:   September 26, 1942 (0.2")
Earliest first inch of snowfall:   October 18, 1991 (1.2")
     
Average first TRACE of snowfall:   October 25th
Average earliest measurable snowfall:   November 11th
     
Latest measurable (and TRACE) snowfall:   May 28th, 1947 (0.2")
Average last TRACE of snowfall:   April 18th
Average latest measurable snowfall:   April 4th

 

Seasonal snowfall is from July through June.


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