Seasons in Finland - Finnish Meteorological Institute.
The average amount of snow Detroit sees in December is 8.6 inches -- the highest of any month. The most snow ever recorded for the month was 34.9 inches in 1974. The second heaviest snow storm in the Detroit area occurred on December 1st and 2nd of 1974, when 19.3 inches of the white stuff fell.
Where gets the most snow? In Scotland, the figure is much higher, with snow or sleet falling on 38.1 days on average. Statistically, the snowiest place in the UK is the Cairngorms in Scotland, with 76.2 days of snow or sleet falling on average. Cornwall is the least likely to get snow, with an average of only 7.4 days of snow or sleet falling a.
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Other big snow events included the snowstorm of Dec. 31, 1963, that lasted into Jan. 1, 1964, according to the weather service. Huntsville set its one-day record snowfall on that day with 15.7.
But it was the summer of 1913 that entered the record books, acknowledged officially as the hottest temperature ever recorded at 56.7 C (134 F) in recent years, according to WMO. Greatest rainfall.
This is the second lowest Arctic maximum in the 39-year satellite record. The four lowest maximum extents in the satellite record have all occurred in the past four years. NSIDC will post a detailed analysis of the 2017 to 2018 winter sea ice conditions in our regular monthly post in early April. Overview of conditions. Figure 1. Arctic sea ice extent for March 17, 2018 was 14.48 million.
The most snowfall recorded in a one-month period was 37.50 inches in March 1970. In that month, four inches fell on March 11, one inch fell on March 12 and 20 inches fell on March 16.