Historical Snowfall and Temperature Information 


Kansas City metro area

Top five snowiest winters ever recorded in Kansas City:                                                                        1) 67.0” in 1911-1912
2) 58.5” in 1959-1960
3) 55.0” in 1961-1962
4) 42.4” in 1925-1926
5) 38.6” in 1898-1899

Average winter snowfall (metro ranges):
Kansas City Intl. (1971-2000): 20.1"
Lee's Summit (1971-2000): 15.6”    

Last year’s total snowfall (KCI): 13.4”                                                                                                         Last year's total snowfall (Lee's Summit): 10.0"

Lowest seasonal snowfall total: 4.5; (1922-1923)
Highest seasonal snowfall total: 67.0” (1911-1912)

Warmest winter season: 39.0 degrees* 1931-1932
Coldest winter season: 21.5 degrees* 1978-1979
Last year’s winter season: 36.0 degrees*

Coldest temperature ever recorded: -23 degrees on Dec. 22 and 23, 1989


St. Joseph:

Average winter snowfall (1971-2000): 14.9”                                                                                          Last year’s total snowfall: 11.7”

Warmest winter season: 36.3 degrees* 1991-1992
Coldest winter season: 19.0 degrees* 1978-1979

Coldest temperature ever recorded: -25 degrees on Jan. 12,1974 
Kirksville:

Average winter snowfall (1971-2000): 19.4”                                                                                              Last year's total snowfall: 18.7"

Warmest winter season: 36.1 degrees* 1931-1932
Coldest winter season: 18.7 degrees* 1978-1979

Coldest temperature ever recorded: -31 degrees on Feb. 13,1905 

* = average temperatures


 

 

 

Other local area average winter snowfall (1971-2000)
Tarkio: 21.0"       Maryville: 15.9"       Grant City: 23.2"  
Oregon: 17.2"       Amity: 18.6"           Pattonsburg: 17.8"
King City: 22.3"    Bethany: 25.3"         Unionville: 23.3"
Trenton: 20.4"      Milan: 23.4"           Plattsburg: 17.0"
Chillicothe: 14.4"  Brookfield: 13.9"      Edgerton MO: 18.4"
Carrollton: 22.9"   Salisbury: 21.0"       Moberly: 18.3"
Concordia: 17.3"    New Franklin: 11.4"    Warrensburg: 14.8"
Sedalia: 11.6"      Boonville: 22.3"       Clinton: 15.9"
Butler: 9.8"        Marshall: 12.5"    
 30 year average snowfall accumulations       

More climate information for the local region is available on-line at: http://www.weather.gov/climate/index.php?wfo=eax.


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