Where We Stand with Winter 2012-13 Snowfall Compared to Normal (As of March 28)

March 28th, 2013 at 4:11 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

Snowfall for 2012-13 winter-spring is largely normal to above-normal after the recent snowfall.

It has been adding up since that big pre-Christmas snow & all the little snows in-between with the two biggest snows of the season occurring in March.  The March 25 one was the heaviest post March 18 snowfall since March 20, 1875.

Over the past four years, there have been two once-in-a-lifetime weather events around here:  the incredible March heat wave & the incredibly late season +8″ snowfall.  Arguably, you could consider last summer’s drought a once-in-a-lifetime event, but it didn’t quite qualify.  Such summer droughts tend to occur about every 30 years in central & northern Indiana.


8 Responses to “Where We Stand with Winter 2012-13 Snowfall Compared to Normal (As of March 28)”

  1. Jim says:

    And to all of you. Have a great spring we will chat during severe weather. The Stoogies are here to help. Stay safe all. Moe

  2. Jim says:

    Let’s face it with no snow where did all the bloggers go under the rocks?

  3. Doug in Flora says:

    No…we’re catching up on spring cleaning, spring planting and other wonderful exercises in keeping mentally healthy.

  4. ch n ffort says:

    Ok spring lovers…on my way home from FLA USA in morning would say id bring some of this weather back but it has been down rite cold here..considering..supposed to b near 90 all next week..go figure

  5. Teri says:

    Was in nice day to be outside..the sun felt warm:) I was able to shed the winter coat..YAY!

  6. Doug in Flora says:

    ch n ffort…bring the heat, but PLEASE leave the humidity in FLA…I received quite enough in Vietnam…thank you…

  7. Will says:

    Ok. So why is March 18th the line of demarcation? Why not March 21?

  8. Melissa says:

    What a wonderful day today turned out to be… Love.spring and summer

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