Winter 2012-13 Snowfall Summary As of March 7

March 7th, 2013 at 1:10 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

Taking how much snowfall has fallen this winter up to March 7 with what is normal for the winter up to the end of March, many areas are approaching normal snowfall for the winter.  This is due in large part to the snowfall event that just went through.

The area that continues to have the least amount of snow is southern Benton & northern Warren counties.  Those areas have had half to two-thirds the normal snowfall, comparing current totals to normal October to March totals.

Our far eastern & southeastern areas have had above normal snowfall for the winter.

At West Lafayette, we have had about 3/4 of our normal snowfall for the winter.  A 6″ snow would put us at normal for the winter.

It doesn’t feel like it has snowed that much this winter, but I have all of the months with snow in Excel sheets below.  This tracks all of the snows we have had at WLFI this winter.

2 Responses to “Winter 2012-13 Snowfall Summary As of March 7”

  1. Melissa says:

    Wow doesnt feel like we.have had that much snow this winter

  2. Jim says:

    We are way short still on snow. That’s 2 years in a row no way it happens again.

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