Precipitation Records

 

 

 

Precipitation by Decade

 

  1890's 1900's 1910's
Highest: 36.19 1892 41.85 1900 35.50 1915
Lowest: 21.32 1897 25.41 1904 16.77 1910
Average: 28.28 33.81 30.60
       
  1920's 1930's 1940's
Highest: 37.78 1928 42.37 1938 39.55 1942
Lowest: 21.70 1923 21.58 1939 22.24 1948
Average: 30.28 30.98 31.98
       
  1950's 1960's 1970's
Highest: 38.85 1951 41.58 1965 44.11 1973
Lowest: 18.57 1958 24.19 1966 17.47 1976
Average: 29.71 29.40 31.31
       
  1980's    
Highest: 34.51 1981    
Lowest: 23.11 1989    
Average: 30.53    

 



 

Precipitation Totals for a Month

 



 

Highest Lowest
1. 12.09 October 1900 1. trace November 1976
2. 11.56 June 1899 2. .01 December 1943
3. 11.02 July 1883 3. .02 October 1952
4. 10.87 September 1881 4. .03 March 1910
5. 10.79 June 1993 5. .04 November 1903
6. 10.52 September 1965 6. .05 February 1969
7. 10.01 September 1884 7. .06 February 1968
8. 9.84 August 1980 October 1889
September 1901 9. .07 February 1958
10. 9.78 June 1914 10. .09 February 1964
  November 1967

 



 

 









 





















*one-day amounts are for one calendar day (12am-12am local standard time), not a 24 hour total.



All records are in inches and there are only sparce records from January 1, 1945 through May 30, 1948. Records are since May 1, 1896.



 

Highest Precipitation for Months

 



JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL
1. 3.44 1884 1. 4.04 1922 1. 4.23 1876 1. 7.31 1973
2. 3.42 1929 2. 3.35 1875 2. 4.12 1888 2. 6.79 1954
3. 3.03 1996 3. 3.14 1915 3. 3.93 1913 3. 6.55 1993
4. 2.86 1967 4. 2.71 1998 4. 3.86 1945 4. 6.51 1994
5. 2.48 1946 5. 2.62 1945 5. 3.82 1951 5. 6.07 1975
1937 6. 2.58 1952 6. 3.69 1973 6. 5.96 1991
1916 7. 2.27 1983 7. 3.64 1992 1909
8. 2.41 1979 8. 2.19 1939 1956 8. 5.84 1896
9. 2.32 1949 9. 2.18 1928 9. 3.39 1949 9. 5.12 1951
10. 2.31 1935 10. 2.10 1981 10. 3.37 1961 10. 4.87 1965
MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST
1. 8.83 1960 1. 11.56 1899 1. 11.03 1883 1. 9.84 1980
2. 8.37 1908 2. 10.79 1993 2. 9.50 1900 2. 9.56 1981
3. 8.25 1902 3. 9.78 1914 3. 9.35 1987 3. 9.25 1924
4. 7.27 1945 4. 9.53 1968 4. 9.17 1978 4. 8.76 1909
5. 7.06 1892 5. 9.33 1967 5. 9.16 1953 5. 8.69 1928
6. 6.86 1991 6. 8.91 1890 6. 8.86 1881 6. 8.63 1973
7. 6.74 1903 7. 8.51 1885 7. 8.51 1878 7. 8.36 1903
8. 6.66 1905 8. 8.21 1892 8. 8.27 1934 8. 8.18 1905
9. 6.60 1880 9. 8.14 1920 9. 7.67 1991 9. 8.02 1990
10. 6.55 1918 10. 8.06 1990 10. 7.66 1981 10. 7.85 1959
SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER
1. 10.87 1881 1. 12.09 1900 1. 7.24 1876 1. 3.43 1875
2. 10.52 1965 2. 7.56 1881 2. 7.01 1934 2. 3.27 1871
3. 10.01 1884 3. 6.39 1911 3. 6.25 1991 3. 3.02 1911
4. 9.84 1901 4. 5.50 1941 4. 5.80 1909 4. 2.93 1990
5. 9.04 1934 5. 5.14 1890 5. 4.78 1931 5. 2.78 1927
6. 8.51 1980 6. 5.09 1984 6. 4.44 1996 6. 2.75 1884
7. 8.10 1986 7. 4.53 1898 7. 4.13 1879 7. 2.68 1879
8. 7.60 1938 8. 4.47 1954 8. 3.88 1877 8. 2.55 1971
9. 7.40 1946 9. 4.41 1979 9. 3.72 1983 9. 2.46 1972
10. 7.34 1941 10. 4.18 1931 10. 3.64 1992, 1982 10. 2.42 1984


Lowest Precipitation for Months



JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL
1. .14 1981 1. .05 1969 1. .03 1910 1. .42 1879
1914 2. .06 1968 2. .13 1883 2. .59 1946
3. .16 1873 3. .07 1958 3. .26 1887 3. .60 1966
4. .19 1962 4. .09 1964 4. .30 1978 4. .62 1905
5. .20 1903 5. .11 1877 1958 5. .65 1959
6. .25 1957 6. .17 1982 6. .37 1994 6. .73 1906
7. .27 1961 7. .19 1988 7. .49 1939 7. .86 1915
8. .31 1919 8. .20 1957 8. .60 1981 8. .90 1934
1879 1934 1896 9. 1.07 1895
10. .32 1904 10. .25 1896 10. .63 1890 10. 1.13 1943
MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST
1. .50 1887 1. .37 1910 1. .16 1967 1. .35 1894
2. .69 1891 2. .98 1887 2. .35 1894 2. .54 1976
3. .84 1925 3. 1.33 1989 3. .62 1923 3. .79 1955
4. .91 1934 4. 1.35 1982 4. .66 1909 4. .90 1930
5. .94 1988 5. 1.56 1912 5. .71 1948 5. .93 1901
6. 1.07 1958 6. 1.58 1979 6. 1.03 1910 6. 1.02 1970
7. 1.08 1985 7. 1.66 1955 7. 1.05 1920 7. 1.20 1978
8. 1.10 1898 8. 1.67 1983 8. 1.38 1960 8. 1.26 1921
9. 1.22 1967 9. 1.72 1991 9. 1.42 1975 9. 1.30 1893
10. 1.49 1994,'92,'86 10. 1.74 1926 10. 1.46 1939,1890 10. 1.31 1879
SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER
1. .29 1940 1. .02 1952 1. trace 1976 1. .01 1943
2. .30 1885 2. .06 1889 2. .04 1903 2. .13 1913
3. .42 1952 3. .23 1945 3. .09 1903 3. .26 1930
4. .46 1953 4. .25 1964 4. .13 1904 1881
5. .53 1979 5. .28 1976 5. .14 1980 5. .29 1958
6. .54 1976 1953 1917 6. .33 1900
7. .81 1920 7. .30 1885 7. .18 1967 7. .38 1986
8. .93 1939 8. .36 1975 8. .24 1997 8. .41 1960
9. .96 1966 9. .52 1944 9. .28 1888 9. .42 1929
10. 1.20 1949 10. .57 1910,'07 10. .29 1939 10. .46 1874




 

January Record Precipitation

 

 

  One Day Year   Snowfall Year
1. .52 1941   1.5 1978
2. .56 1966   5.6 1966
3. .91 1906   10.0 1970
4. 1.07 1922   6.8 1971
5. 1.67 1946   5.7 1951
           
6. .47 1980   6.0 1980
7. .53 1907   3.0 1977
8. .39 1937   4.2 1952
9. .74 1929   1.9 1995
10. .59 1924   1.1 1987
           
11. .45 1905   6.3 1963
12. .73 1993   7.2 1993
13. .57 1910   5.0 1979
14. .93 1930   3.4 1998
15. .60 1953   3.4 1979
           
16. .78 1980   5.9 1994
17. .42 1897   1.5 1969
18. .56 1931   6.3 1996
19. .65 1935   5.8 1979
20. .42 1937   4.9 1990
           
21. .79 1917   4.0 1975
22. .74 1933   4.1 1982
23. .57 1979   5.3 1965
24. 1.25 1967   3.0 1972
25. .46 1950   5.8 1996
           
26. .34 1951   12.0 1996
27. .90 1944   6.2 1949
28. .78 1914   3.1 1969
29. .68 1909   4.4 1983
30. .59 1937   1.0 1987*
           
31. .46 1915   4.7 1965

 

 

*and in previous years

 



Records are sparce from January 1, 1945 through May 5, 1948. One day records date back to May 1, 1896, snowfall date back to June 1, 1948.



 

February Record Precipitation

 

 

  One Day Year   Snowfall Year
1. .80 1922*   15.2 1974
2. 1.29 1983   10.0 1983
3. .43 1936   2.4 1990
4. .50 1903   5.0 1971
5. .52 1908   5.2 1971
           
6. .37 1928   3.4 1951
7. .19 1928   1.3 1981
8. 1.01 1966   2.3 1988*
9. .51 1939   1.8 1993
10. .80 1959   9.0 1959
           
11. .36 1932   3.2 1953
12. .32 1984   2.0 1979
13. .42 1950   4.8 1950
14. .49 1911   3.9 1950
15. .75 1942   4.1 1967
           
16. .72 1932   2.5 1972
17. .37 1901   4.0 1975
18. .90 1961   5.6 1962
19. .65 1952   6.4 1952
20. .91 1937   2.0 1979
           
21. .70 1922   7.1 1993
22. 2.05 1922   4.7 1971
23. 1.09 1915   8.1 1959
24. .79 1975   8.0 1975
25. .71 1926   5.4 1994
           
26. 1.10 1998   2.5 1962
27. 1.27 1948   2.6 1963
28. .85 1939   2.0 1987*
29. .37 1908   0.0 ....

 



 

*and in previous years

 



Records are sparce from January 1, 1945 through May 5, 1948. One day records date back to May 1, 1896, snowfall date back to June 1, 1948.







 

March Record Precipitation

 

 

  One Day Year   Snowfall Year
1. .93 1932   5.1 1972
2. .55 1951   4.4 1951
3. 1.19 1989   7.5 1989
4. .94 1961   7.5 1962
5. .80 1959   10.0 1959
           
6. .80 1908   7.1 1995
7. 1.02 1956   6.7 1956
8. 1.17 1961   8.5 1961
9. 1.58 1992   4.0 1992
10. 1.38 1973   8.0 1956
           
11. .90 1956   7.5 1956
12. .61 1976   3.1 1954
13. 1.57 1997   14.3 1997
14. 1.26 1913   6.5 1959
15. 1.77 1919   7.5 1959
           
16. 1.05 1942   3.1 1950
17. 1.02 1966   3.8 1989
18. 1.45 1986   5.7 1951
19. 1.02 1966   1.6 1967
20. .79 1995   4.5 1967
           
21. .50 1972   3.8 1992
22. 1.37 1966   6.8 1952
23. 1.25 1966   2.3 1951
24. 1.00 1988   1.0 1979
25. 1.25 1945   6.2 1964
           
26. 1.13 1967   5.6 1959
27. 1.30 1956   6.8 1975
28. .95 1956   2.0 1969*
29. 1.23 1924   7.3 1987
30. 1.03 1934   3.1 1951
           
31. 1.07 1993   3.9 1985

 

 

*and in previous years

 



Records are sparce from January 1, 1945 through May 5, 1948. One day records date back to May 1, 1896, snowfall date back to June 1, 1948.



 

April Record Precipitation

 

 

  One Day Year   Snowfall Year
1. 1.05 1920   3.3 1962
2. 1.09 1940   0.6 1983
3. 2.17 1981   1.0 1980
4. .77 1955   1.9 1994
5. 1.57 1958   2.4 1982
           
6. 1.56 1932   0.0 ....
7. .84 1919   2.3 1972
8. 1.07 1965   5.7 1973
9. .87 1973   10.3 1973
10. .99 1947   0.6 1995
           
11. 1.49 1922   0.0 ....
12. 1.90 1903   3.1 1962
13. 1.05 1912   7.3 1952
14. 1.11 1991   2.6 1949
15. 2.06 1973   3.7 1993
           
16. .95 1960   3.9 1993
17. 1.59 1976   1.6 1965
18. .93 1995   0.0 ....
19. 1.27 1993   1.0 1993
20. 1.57 1968   0.0 ....
           
21. 2.08 1977   0.7 1963
22. 1.07 1985   0.0 ....
23. .67 1968   0.0 ....
24. 1.32 1994   0.0 ....
25. 1.95 1994   0.0 ....
           
26. .90 1988   0.0 ....
27. 3.91 1975   0.0 ....
28. 1.50 1899   0.0 ....
29. 1.45 1973   4.5 1956
30. 3.84 1954   0.0 ....

 



 

*and in previous years

 



Records are sparce from January 1, 1945 through May 5, 1948. One day records date back to May 1, 1896, snowfall date back to June 1, 1948.



 

May Record Precip June Record Precip

 

 

  One Day Year     One Day Year
1. 1.17 1993*   1. 1.16 1960
2. .91 1973   2. 1.02 1925
3. .73 1899   3. 1.66 1930
4. 1.18 1982*   4. 2.09 1966
5. 1.05 1951   5. 1.55 1980
             
6. 1.73 1960   6. 1.22 1917
7. 1.31 1998   7. 1.93 1940
8. 1.44 1938   8. 1.53 1967
9. 2.10 1918   9. 1.59 1974
10. .94 1905   10. 1.35 1922
             
11. .87 1929   11. 1.93 1940
12. .95 1970   12. 3.01 1899
13. .96 1949   13. 1.51 1950
14. 1.66 1900   14. 1.57 1899
15. 1.20 1976   15. 2.91 1920
             
16. 2.71 1960   16. 3.82 1984
17. 1.33 1960   17. 2.83 1993
18. 1.55 1971   18. 1.97 1935
19. 3.06 1912   19. 3.12 1993
20. 2.10 1959   20. 1.42 1913
             
21. 2.83 1945   21. 1.68 1968
22. 1.23 1907   22. 1.56 1965
23. 2.02 1901   23. 3.42 1952
24. 1.36 1922   24. 1.27 1945
25. 1.53 1965   25. 1.61 1906
             
26. 2.10 1965   26. 2.30 1990
27. 2.36 1956   27. 2.20 1914
28. 1.21 1955   28. 3.76 1942
29. 1.71 1991   29. 1.01 1969
30. 2.10 1979   30. 1.93 1978
             
31. 1.15 1959        

 

 

*and in previous years

 



Records are sparce from January 1, 1945 through May 5, 1948. One day records date back to May 1, 1896, snowfall date back to June 1, 1948.

 

 

 

 

July Record Precip August Record Precip

 

 

  One Day Year     One Day Year
1. 4.79 1978   1. 1.34 1952
2. 2.05 1925   2. 3.04 1935
3. 2.45 1977   3. 2.95 1924
4. 1.39 1913   4. 2.93 1916
5. 3.27 1934   5. 2.61 1935
             
6. 1.40 1994   6. 1.18 1959
7. 1.46 1994   7. 1.21 1918
8. 2.45 1955   8. 2.06 1905
9. 2.44 1912   9. 1.18 1906
10. 1.34 1984   10. 2.73 1994
             
11. 3.10 1981   11. 3.18 1909
12. 2.65 1953   12. 1.14 1940
13. 1.54 1963   13. 1.58 1957
14. 3.92 1900   14. 2.98 1909
15. .85 1900   15. 2.01 1944
             
16. 1.66 1957   16. 2.61 1938
17. 3.62 1991   17. .73 1940
18. 2.12 1964   18. 2.07 1990
19. 2.73 1952   19. 2.22 1907
20. 2.38 1912   20. 3.03 1939
             
21. 4.48 1907   21. 1.94 1939
22. 1.51 1917   22. 2.84 1973
23. 1.79 1968   23. 1.32 1963
24. 1.71 1985   24. 1.50 1905
25. .79 1902   25. 1.87 1972
             
26. 2.20 1901   26. 1.56 1903
27. 5.24 1987   27. 4.23 1959
28. 1.82 1964   28. 1.80 1960
29. 1.56 1946   29. 1.00 1928
30. 1.07 1979   30. 1.96 1962
             
31. 1.44 1926   31. 2.10 1989

 

 

*and in previous years

 



Records are sparce from January 1, 1945 through May 5, 1948. One day records date back to May 1, 1896, snowfall date back to June 1, 1948.



 

Sept. Record Pcpn Oct. Record Pcpn

 

 

  One Day Year     One Day Year
1. 1.25 1923   1. 1.10 1979
2. 1.21 1934   2. 1.46 1951
3. 2.30 1934   3. 1.78 1942
4. 1.22 1968   4. 1.92 1900
5. 2.70 1925   5. .96 1995
             
6. 2.51 1938   6. 1.30 1911
7. 2.12 1980   7. 1.60 1931
8. 2.24 1901   8. 1.01 1997
9. 2.43 1901   9. 1.45 1968
10. 2.42 1986   10. .91 1946
             
11. 2.05 1900   11. 1.45 1983
12. 2.12 1972   12. 1.19 1997
13. 2.38 1944   13. 1.01 1911
14. 2.00 1928   14. 2.01 1966
15. 2.53 1936   15. 1.03 1911
             
16. 2.85 1992   16. 1.03 1928
17. 1.74 1942   17. 1.63 1898
18. 1.32 1907   18. .52 1938
19. 3.35 1983   19. 1.00 1937
20. 2.05 1980   20. 1.10 1979
             
21. 1.19 1986   21. 1.25 1951
22. 1.78 1959   22. .88 1979
23. 1.28 1945   23. 1.65 1959
24. 1.49 1986   24. 1.26 1946
25. 2.22 1934   25. .60 1956
             
26. 2.10 1916   26. .66 1956
27. .99 1908   27. 2.38 1900
28. 2.10 1965   28. 4.89 1900
29. .99 1985   29. 1.34 1996
30. 2.06 1961   30. 1.81 1919
             
        31. 2.04 1984

 

 

*and in previous years

 



Records are sparce from January 1, 1945 through May 5, 1948. One day records date back to May 1, 1896, snowfall date back to June 1, 1948.



 

November Record Precipitation

 

 

  One Day Year   Snowfall Year
1. 2.80 1981   9.2 1991
2. .93 1961   0.6 1991
3. 1.25 1934   4.8 1951
4. 1.52 1959   0.0 ....
5. 1.29 1905   6.5 1959
           
6. .84 1965   1.8 1988
7. .68 1943*   0.2 1992*
8. 1.61 1937   0.8 1990
9. 1.77 1919   0.7 1979
10. .91 1915   0.8 1991*
           
11. 1.90 1909   0.9 1991
12. .82 1912   2.0 1979
13. .91 1909   2.6 1959
14. 1.02 1902   0.9 1951
15. 1.16 1988   0.7 1997*
           
16. 1.51 1996   4.2 1961
17. 2.26 1958   2.2 1989
18. 1.31 1957   6.2 1957
19. .89 1953   4.0 1986
20. 1.08 1992   3.9 1964
           
21. 1.16 1920   2.2 1961
22. 1.69 1963   2.2 1978
23. 1.23 1931   13.0 1991
24. .31 1908   2.2 1977
25. .86 1952   2.5 1951
           
26. 1.10 1896   1.6 1991
27. .65 1935   3.5 1977
28. .89 1987   5.0 1995
29. .52 1913   6.0 1988
30. 1.32 1934   3.7 1954

 



 

*and in previous years

 



Records are sparce from January 1, 1945 through May 5, 1948. One day records date back to May 1, 1896, snowfall date back to June 1, 1948.





 

December Record Precipitation

 

 

  One Day Year   Snowfall Year
1. 1.00 1912   4.0 1980
2. .50 1902   4.9 1984
3. 1.42 1990   14.4 1990
4. 1.13 1925   2.7 1973
5. .80 1912   4.3 1950
           
6. .27 1935   2.2 1950
7. 1.58 1927   6.0 1969
8. .26 1966   1.7 1977
9. .35 1907   4.5 1961
10. 1.02 1911   1.4 1958
           
11. .86 1899   3.4 1952
12. 1.01 1991   8.5 1972
13. .61 1920   2.4 1974
14. .26 1984   2.0 1990*
15. .93 1940   5.0 1990
           
16. .84 1921   3.7 1961
17. .74 1990   7.1 1990
18. .24 1957   3.4 1948
19. .48 1952   5.4 1952
20. .49 1902   3.5 1977
           
21. .80 1920   3.0 1984*
22. .48 1968   5.0 1968
23. .32 1941   1.8 1978
24. 1.15 1932   5.1 1977
25. .55 1945   5.3 1950
           
26. .94 1911   4.1 1988
27. .86 1904   2.0 1973
28. .62 1966   8.6 1966
29. .71 1972   3.0 1948
30. 1.13 1906   8.1 1971
           
31. .54 1931   5.0 1977

 

 

*and in previous years

 



Records are sparce from January 1, 1945 through May 5, 1948. One day records date back to May 1, 1896, snowfall date back to June 1, 1948.



 

Wet and Dry Spells

 



Most consecutive days without any precipitation:



24 days: October 26 - November 18, 1953



18 days: April 10 - 27, 1980

September 18 - October 5, 1897



17 days: May 28 - June 13, 1988

August 13 - 29, 1953

October 6 - 22, 1944

November 2 - 18, 1917

 

16 days: August 28 - September 12, 1967

August 7 - 22, 1955

October 17 - November 1, 1952

October 8 - 23, 1947

October 29 - November 13, 1930

June 10 - 25, 1910

September 23 - October 8, 1909

October 24 - November 8, 1903

October 21 - November 5, 1897





Most consecutive days with a trace or more of precipitation:



19 days: January 8 - 26, 1939...a total of .88 inches



16 days: October 27 - November 11, 1989...a total of 1.31 inches



15 days: December 16 - 30, 1993...a total of .50 inches, 9 days with only a trace

January 4 - 18, 1932...a total of 1.93 inches

December 6 - 20, 1929...a total of .17 inches, 10 days with only a trace

May 11 - 25, 1915...a total of 2.97 inches



14 days: November 26 - December 9, 1934...a total of 3.27 inches

September 2 - 15, 1903...a total of 3.17 inches















Most consecutive days with more than a trace of precipitation:



10 days: March 7 - 16, 1990...a total of 3.00 inches

May 28 - June 6, 1942...a total of 4.66 inches

August 9 - 18, 1940...a total of 3.07 inches

September 5 - 14, 1938...a total of 6.89 inches



9 days: June 8 - 16, 1943...a total of 2.03 inches

September 25 - October 3, 1927...a total of 4.00 inches

May 30 - June 7, 1919...a total of 2.38 inches

November 30 - December 7, 1897...a total of .45 inches

 

8 days: June 26 - July 3, 1983...a total of 1.99 inches

June 10 - 17, 1925...a total of 4.13 inches

September 10 - 17, 1915...a total of 3.29 inches

May 14 - 21, 1915...a total of 2.35 inches



 























































 

SNOWFALL RECORDS

 

 

Highest Snowfall Totals for Months
OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER JANUARY
1. 7.0 1917 1. 30.3 1991 1. 30.4 1990 1. 39.6 1929
2. 3.1 1929 2. 22.5 1985 2. 26.6 1985 2. 35.0 1996
3. 2.4 1926 3. 15.5 1934 3. 25.5 1927 3. 29.7 1979
4. 1.8 1992 4. 13.1 1919 4. 21.9 1911 4. 26.5 1971
5. 1.6 1925 5. 13.0 1957 5. 19.8 1969 5. 23.1 1937
6. 1.4 1959 6. 12.2 1940 6. 19.5 1950 6. 21.4 1943
7. 1.2 1991 7. 12.1 1996 7. 18.8 1977 7. 21.0 1994
8. 1.1 1909 8. 12.0 1977 8. 18.6 1972 8. 19.5 1930
9. 0.8 1920 9. 11.8 1959 9. 18.0 1904 9. 19.1 1988
1896 10. 11.5 1947 10. 16.8 1941 10. 18.9 1932
FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY
1. 31.0 1959 1. 33.5 1959 1. 17.0 1987 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. 10.8 1909 3. 0.8 1960
4. 20.4 1971 4. 22.4 1956 4. 10.2 1952 4. 0.4 1923
5. 20.1 1975 5. 20.9 1962 5. 9.7 1928 5. 0.3 1909
6. 18.8 1939 6. 20.4 1997 6. 9.4 1993 1902
7. 18.7 1994 7. 19.3 1989 7. 7.1 1911 7. 0.2 1947
8. 18.5 1983 8. 18.7 1933 8. 7.0 1945  
    9. 6.6 1962  
    10. 5.8 1949  

 



Earliest Measurable Snowfall: October 13, 1959

Average Earliest Measurable Snowfall: November 19

Latest Measurable Snowfall: May 7, 1960 (**note: this could be later, record only back to 1948**)

Average Latest Measurable Snowfall: April 2



Seasonal snowfall is from July through June. Seasonal and monthly snowfall records date back to 1893. One-day records back to June 1, 1948.

























































 

Lowest Snowfall Totals for Months

DECEMBER JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH
1. Trace 1979,'43 1. 1.6 1903 1. 0.5 1954 1. trace 1990,&many
2. 0.3 1913 2. 1.9 1981 2. 0.6 1958 2. 0.1 1968
3. 0.5 1939 3. 2.0 1974 3. 0.8 1969 3. 0.2 1910
4. 0.8 1912 4. 2.1 1944 1968 4. 0.3 1991
5. 1.0 1975 5. 2.3 1948 5. 1.0 1964 5. 0.5 1949
6. 1.3 1965 6. 2.9 1962 6. 1.2 1996 6. 0.8 1994
1894 7. 3.4 1957 1947 7. 1.0 1981
8. 1.4 1960 1928 8. 1.7 1984 1902
9. 1.5 1967 9. 3.7 1933 9. 2.2 1995 9. 1.2 1988
10. 2.1 1898 10. 3.8 1989 1982 1921



 

 







































Significant and Recent Spring Snow Storms...



March 12 -14 1997: 19.1 inches fell those 3 days, with the majority (14.3) falling on March 13. The snowfall from March 13 set a precipitation and snowfall record for that day, along with being the second greatest one-day total in La Crosse history (at least since 1948). The event was mainly an isentropic one, with lots of warm air riding up over cold air. Thundersnow was also occuring on and off through the entire event.



April 9 -10 1973: The last big, big snow before the most recent one...with 16 inches falling over those 2 days.



April 16 -17 1993: The latest most significant snowfall in a season occured during these 2 days...with 7.6 inches falling.





















 


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