Past Christmas Day Snows

Winter Weather 2007-2008

Snow expected on Christmas Day 
December 25, 2007

National Weather Service
Goodland, Kansas

 


 

A storm system will move out of the Rockies and into the plains late on Christmas Day spreading a large swath of light snow across much of the Rockies and Central Plains states.  Is accumulating snow common across the Tri-State Area on Christmas Day?  Take a look below and you decide... 

 


 

Highest Daily Snowfall (inches) on Christmas Day

 


 

GOODLAND

Years: 1895-2007


  1     3.9  1941           
  2     1.3  1982          
  3     1.2  1985, 1966
  4     0.4  1990           
  5     0.1  2000, 1930

 


 

HILL CITY

Years: 1907-2002


  1     4.0  1941
  2     0.4  1962
  3     0.3  1966
  4     0.2  1948

 


 

MCCOOK

Years: 1973-1989


  1     6.0  1973
  2     3.0  1982

 


 

IDALIA

Years: 1941-2007


  1     6.0  1941          
  2     1.0  1997, 1962

 


 

YUMA

Years: 1893-2007

  1     6.0  1941          
  2     3.0  1985          
  3     2.0  1962, 1894
  4     1.5  1911          

 


 

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