Snowiest February on record in Minnesota and Wisconsin

Going all the way back to 1893, back when Grover Cleveland was president.

Twin Cities, Minnesota

Rank Amount (inches) Year
1 30.4 2019
2 26.5 1962
3 24.2 1909
4 23.7 1967
5 19.7 2004, 1936
7 18.4 2014
8 17.8 1893
9 17.3 1989
10 16.5 2001

Eau Claire, Wisconsin

Rank Amount (inches) Year
1 31.7 2019
2 28.2 1936
3 27.0 1893
4 24.3 2004
5 21.6 1945
6 20.2 1971
7 18.9 1922
8 18.8 1929
9 18.5 1967
10 18.0 1926

St. Cloud, Minnesota

Rank Amount (inches) Year
1 22.0 2019
2 21.6 1971
3 21.5 1909
4 20.6 1922
5 20.0 1962
6 19.9 1919
7 19.5 1939
8 18.8 1937
9 17.8 2001
10 16.8 2013

https://www.weather.gov/mpx/snowymonth

Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link


6 thoughts on “Snowiest February on record in Minnesota and Wisconsin”

  1. But………..Dr. Viner told us there would be no more snow.
    He could not have known about solar minimums, increasing cosmic rays and increasing cloud cover.
    Pity.

  2. Freeze warnings almost to Malibu,CA tonite as well. Another winter storm to impact central Plains to Wisconsin.

  3. It is “Snowing” today in RIALTO CALIFORNIA, about 45 air miles east of Downtown Los Angeles !

    1st time since 1990 !!!

    Snow is beginning to move into the Valleys, this is a record event…

    Un-Real !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Am in far So. Arizona, and we’re on “Cold Snap #5” with snow above 3000′, and the northern half of AZ virtually shut down with snow measured in feet. So. CA cities seeing snow for the first time. (see link below). Russian scientists said the ‘little ice age’ started ~2014, no doubt the Sun has gone into a “solar minimum” which the last one, the Dalton Minimum, ended appx 1830, after 40-50 yrs. Other ‘grand’ solar minimums went anywhere from 70-150 yrs. So in America, hardly anyone was living west of the Appalachians when the last one ended. My view is it’ll take 3-4 more winters like this one to convince people something BIG is afoot, and when it finally sinks in, and God forbid it gets worse (Full-on Ice Age), financial markets will be the first ones to violently react. https://theweek.com/speedreads/825147/cities-across-southern-california-something-rare-snow

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