Snowfall

  
Abilene
Abilene average seasonal snowfall: 4.9 inches 

Top 10 Snowiest Winters (inches)
1. 18.4 1918-1919
2. 16.6 1972-1973
3. 15.3 1995-1996
4. 14.0 1957-1958
5. 13.2 1894-1895
6. 13.0 1946-1947
7. 12.2 1982-1983
8. 12.0 2009-2010
9. 11.7 1955-1956
10. 11.6 1888
Greatest 24-hour Snowfalls (inches)
1. 9.3 April 5th, 1996
2. 8.0 January 15th-16th, 1919
3. 8.0 February 12th, 1890
4. 7.5 January 10th-11th, 1973
 
Greatest Monthly Snowfall (inches)
TR = trace
October
0.3 1993
TR 1967
TR 1980
November
8.2 1918
8.1 1968
6.6 2007
5.6 1976
5.0 2001
3.7 1980
3.5 1957
December
8.0 1898
7.8 1983
6.5 1931
5.0 2009
4.3 1946
4.0 1958
4.0 1967
January
13.5 1973
10.8 1983
 9.1 1917
 9.0 1918
 6.6 1966
 6.2 1995
 6.1 1985
 6.0 1975
February
10.8 1904
 8.4 1956
 7.0  2010
 5.9 1979
 5.0 1924
 4.7 1961
 4.3 1964
 4.0 1901
March
7.3 1970
5.7 1962
5.2 1989
4.0 1958
3.7 1957
3.5 1900
3.1 1941
April
9.3 1996
2.9 1938
TR 1949
TR 1950



San Angelo
San Angelo average seasonal snowfall: 2.9 inches 

 

Greatest Monthly Snowfalls (inches)
November 8.8 1968
December 3.7 1986
January 13.0 1926
February 13.0 1924
March 3.1 1962
April 0.9 2007
Greatest 24-hour Snowfalls (inches)
(organized by month)
November 5.8 November 8th, 1968
December 3.3 December 10th, 1985
January 7.4 January 20th-21st, 1978
February 4.0 November 28th, 2001
March 4.0 February 23rd, 2010
April 3.4 February 8th-9th, 1973
 
Greatest Monthly Snowfall (since 1947, in inches)
TR = trace
November
8.8 1968
5.4 1958
4.0 2001
3.0 2009
2.3 1980
1.5 1955
December
3.7 1986
1.9 1967
1.7 2009
1.1 1990
1.0 1978
1.0 1958
0.7 1963
January
11.5 1947
 9.0 1978
 8.4 1985
 7.7 1973
 7.0 1949
 6.8 1982
 3.3 1991
February
5.8 1973
4.7 1961
4.1 1966
4.0 2010
3.0 1962
2.8 1951
March
3.1 1962
2.6 1989
2.5 1970
0.8 1965
0.6 1978
0.5 1958
April
0.9 2007
TR 2008

 

 Note: Records incomplete prior to 1947


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