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12-13-18 Looking back at snowiest Decembers in Indy & top snowfall events! N. By Nathan Kitchens On December 13, 2018 December 13, 2018. Thought it would be interesting to look at snowfall climatology for Indianapolis in December. I know snow lovers are disappointed with how this month is panning out, but Indy has had some big-time December ...
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The winter of 1983-84 began with a whooping 52 inches of powder in November 1983, followed by an unbelievable 71 inches in December. Both are monthly records since 1980. January and February 1984 backed off a bit, but March came back in full force with another 52 inches.
Looking back: winter sports ... Spring skiing on December snows: the snow we ski upon was first laid down at the beginning of winter, not the recent ephemeral stuff. 3 January 1969.
With a slight chance of snow flurries in the Texas forecast this week, we decided to look back at photos from last December’s snowstorm.. If you get snow, we’d love to see your photos and add them to our gallery. Tag your photos with #TrueTexas on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Looking Back on December 9, 2018 ... A diminishing snow storm today swept out of the frigid midlands into the East already staggered by record snows in upstate New York. ... Looking Back on May 12 ...
The tables below give monthly averages for snowfall during December at the largest cities in the United States. The numbers are for the total amount of new snow and how many days it snows at least 0.01 inches (0.25 centimetres) this month. Plus there's a summary of which cities in December are usually the snowiest.
2004 Christmas Snow – A Look Back It was a considered a minor miracle at the time of occurrence. As a matter of fact, snow falling across southeast Texas is rare under most circumstances, but getting measureable snow on Christmas seems implausible if not impossible. Yet, it happened – it really happened!
Snow moved in and started to accumulate across the area in the hours surrounding midnight on December 18 and 19. At the same time, it accumulated quickly to the south and west of the area.
Everyone knows that snow here is infrequent, but apparently that’s what makes it so traumatic for us when it does happen. Heaven forbid we try to drive to work with more than an inch of snow on the roads. Here’s a look back at a few of the biggest winter headaches from the last 30 years or so, in reverse chronology.