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How much snow fell in the blizzard of 2013?

How much snow fell in the blizzard of 2013?

New York City officially recorded 11.4 inches (29 cm) of snow at Central Park, and Portland, Maine, set a record of 31.9 inches (81 cm)….February 2013 North American blizzard.

Category 3 “Major” (RSI/NOAA: 9.21)
Suomi NPP image of the nor’easter on February 9, 2013
Lowest pressure 968 mb (28.59 inHg)

How much snow did Denver get in the Blizzard of 2003?

Just 18 years ago, Colorado experienced an epic three-day storm that began on St. Patrick’s Day and dumped nearly 32 inches of snow on Denver. The “March 2003 Blizzard” brought 40 inches of snow to Aurora and more than six feet to Evergreen. The 2003 snow storm closed Interstate 70, stranding skiers in the mountains.

How much snow did Denver get on March 14th?

In all, the city wound up with 27.1 inches of snow at Denver International Airport, the city’s official climate observation site. That made it the biggest official snowstorm in Denver since 2003.

What is the most snow Denver has ever gotten?

45.7 inches
On Dec. 1, 1913, Denver’s biggest snowstorm on record first started up. In all, the legendary storm would dump a whopping 45.7 inches of total snowfall over five days, or nearly four feet. The storm remains Denver’s biggest snowstorm on record to this day, and it’s not particularly close, either.

How much snow did Denver get in the Blizzard of 1982?

For many Coloradans, Christmas Eve 1982 is etched in their memories not because of the holiday, but because of two feet of snow. A Blizzard socked Denver, leaving more than 24 inches behind, practically shutting down the city. It was the most snow ever recorded on the ground in Denver on Christmas.

How much snow did the Denver area get?

ThorntonWeather.com Snow Totals

Today Yesterday Season
0.00 in 0 in 42.700 in

How many inches of snow did we receive in the largest snowstorm in Denver history back in December 1913?

A big snowstorm is coming this weekend, but it will be tough to break the record. Here’s a look at the largest snow totals in Denver’s history, as compiled by 9News: 45.7 inches in December 1913: The city came to a standstill for days.

How much snow did the largest Blizzard in Colorado history produce?

The biggest snowfall in Denver’s recorded history measured 45.7 inches, and even though the storm hit over a century ago, the stories live on.

What’s a nor’easter storm?

A Nor’easter is a storm along the East Coast of North America, so called because the winds over the coastal area are typically from the northeast. These storms may occur at any time of year but are most frequent and most violent between September and April.

When was the last blizzard in Denver Colorado?

A look back at Denver’s biggest snowstorms

1. 45.7 inches Dec 1-5, 1913
21. 16.5 inches Sep 26-28, 1936
22. 16.0 inches Oct 3-5, 1969
23. 15.9 inches Feb 2-4, 2012
24. 15.8 inches Apr 26-27, 1972

How much snow has Denver had today?

ThorntonWeather.com Snow Totals

Today Yesterday Season
0.00 in 0 in 47.400 in