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April 1, 2010 / Dave Gorham

Snowfall: 600%? It's True

We’ve compiled total snowfall accumulations for the year and compared them to average seasonal snowfalls. Our results are presented in graphic form prepared by Fred Schmude, with data compiled by Andrew Artzer — both meteorologists with ImpactWeather’s StormWatch team.



Image: ImpactWeather StormWatch

With Andrew’s data, I’ve selected a few cities to highlight the unusual season:

City

 

Actual (inches)

 

Normal (inches)

 

Percent of Normal

New York City, NY

51.40

21.20

242.5

Baltimore, MD

77.00

18.10

425.4

Washington, D.C.

56.10

15.20

369.1

 

Cincinnati, OH

38.40

22.30

172.2

Indianapolis, IN

33.00

25.90

127.4

Des Moines, IA

69.00

33.00

209.1

Kansas City, MO

44.30

19.20

230.7

 

Savannah, GA

0.90

0.40

225.0

Atlanta, GA

5.30

2.90

182.8

Jackson, MS

5.50

0.90

611.1

 

Houston, TX

1.00

0.40

250.0

Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX

17.00

2.50

684.0

Shreveport, LA

5.80

1.50

386.7

 

Denver, CO

57.80

51.30

112.7

Albuquerque, NM

4.10

11.00

38.2

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