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Stats: Record-setting snowfalls in Cincinnati

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Do you think this winter has brought more snow than you have ever seen? Believe it or not, the winter of 2013-2014 does not even come in the top three snowiest seasons the Queen City has endured.

Check out these official stats Chief Meteorologist Steve Horstmeyer pulled out of the National Weather Service database. 

Snowiest Seasons:

 

  • 53.9"   1977-78
  • 47.3"   1976-77
  • 46.3"   1950-51
  • 44.5"   1880-81
  • 44.0"   2013-14 – so far

 

Most consecutive days with measurable snow fall during a season: (Measurable snow fall is 0.1" or more.)

 

  • 39 days   1959-60
  • 38 days   1977-78
  • 38 days   1995-96
  • 35 days   1976-77
  • 35 days   1969-70
  • 33 days   1950-51
  • 32 days   2010-11
  • 32 days   2013-14

 

Earliest date accumulating snow fell in Cincinnati:

5 inches on October 19, 1989

Latest date accumulating snow fell in Cincinnati: 

0.1 inches on May 5, 1992

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