Has it ever snowed in the summer in Ohio?
Believe it or not snow in May is not unheard of. In the 132 years that snow records have been kept in Columbus the climate records show 16 years that the month of May has gotten at least a trace amount of snow. That’s 12.1% of the time! The latest we’ve seen snow was back on May 15, 1904 when a trace fell.
What is the latest date it has snowed in Ohio?
Latest Snowfall Climatology
|Latest date of measurable snowfall||May 9, 1923 (0.3 inches)|
|Earlest seasonal last measurable snowfall||February 16, 1997 (0.4 inches)|
|Average date of last measurable snowfall (1981-2010)||March 31|
|Average date of last 1 inch or more of snowfall (1981-2010)||March 9|
What year did it snow in June?
The last time it snowed in London was not during an Ice Age. It was, in fact, not all that long ago – on June 2, 1975.
When was the last time Ohio got snow in April?
A two-inch snow event in Cleveland on or after April 21 has only happened three times: May 6, 1974 (2.0″), April 23-25, 2005 (12.4″) and now April 21, 2021 with (4.5″).
How often does it snow in Cleveland?
The US average is 28 inches of snow per year.
|Cleveland, Ohio||United States|
|Rainfall||37.9 in.||38.1 in.|
|Snowfall||54.0 in.||27.8 in.|
|Precipitation||148.5 days||106.2 days|
|Sunny||166 days||205 days|
What part of Ohio gets the most snow?
Ohio Average Snow City Rank
|Rank||Average Snow ▼||City / Population|
|1.||84.17 inches||Conneaut, OH / 12,836|
|2.||83.63 inches||Kingsville, OH|
|3.||83.21 inches||Pierpont, OH|
|4.||82.91 inches||Edgewood, OH / 4,328|