Biggest Snowstorm in Minnesota's History

Discussion started by JarydMore17 2 years ago

When it comes to weather extremes, Minnesota knows a thing or two about Winter Weather. The Largest Snowstorm ever to hit Minnesota was on January 6th to 8th in 1994. That storm produced 48" of snow in Lake County, MN. Check the chart below for other Winter Extremes in Minnesota.


Earliest recorded snow
Trace August 31, 1949 Duluth
Earliest measurable snow 0.3 inch (1 cm) September 14, 1964 International Falls
Latest recorded snow 1.5 inches (4 cm) June 4, 1935 Mizpah
Most snow, 24 hours 36 inches (91 cm) January 7, 1994 Lake County
Most snow, one storm 47 inches (119 cm) January 6–8, 1994 Lake County
Most snow, one month
66 inches (168 cm) March, 1965 Collegeville
Most snow, season 170 inches (432 cm) 1949 – 1950 Grand Portage State Park
Deepest snowpack
75 inches (191 cm) March 28, 1950 Pigeon River Bridge
Most deaths, winter storm
up to 200 January 12–13, 1888 Statewide

Source: Wikipedia

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