Two-Year Snowfall Records

Back-to Back Above Normal Snowfall

It's no secret that snowfall this season and last season were both well above normal.  But how much above normal, and where do the seasons rank in history of back-to-back years?  With Monday's lake effect event, Milwaukee's two-year snowfall is up to 169.6 inches...normal would be 104.8 inches.  Madison is at 168 inches with normal being 99.8 inches.  In fact, Madison has never had back-to-back seasons with this much snow since measurments were taken.  Top ten lists follow.

 

Milwaukee

1. 1885-1886 + 1886-1887      183.9"

2. 2007-2008 + 2008-2009      169.6"

3. 1896-1897 + 1897-1898      166.8"

4. 1977-1978 + 1978-1979      163.6"

5. 1950-1951 + 1951-1952      158.3"

6. 2006-2007 + 2007-2008      157.2"

7. 1958-1959 + 1959-1960      156.6"

8. 1903-1904 + 1904-1905      153.6"

9. 1922-1923 + 1923-1924      141.2"

10. 1973-1974 + 1974-1955    135.5"

 

Madison

1. 2007-2008 + 2008-2009      168.0"

2. 2006-2007 + 2007-2008      153.9"

3. 1992-1993 + 1993-1994      144.9"

4. 1885-1886 + 1886-1887      136.4"

5. 1977-1978 + 1978-1979      132.8"

6. 1993-1994 + 1994-1995      126.5"

7. 1984-1985 + 1985-1986      126.1"

8. 1958-1959 + 1959-1960      119.5"

9. 1884-1885 + 1885-1886      119.3"

      1950-1951 + 1951-1952    119.3"



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