WORST SNOWSTORMS IN THE STATE OF WISCONSIN From 1881 to Present (Excluding pure lake-effect snow storms) 1) March 2-4, 1881 - Southern / Central - Blizzard - 2 to 4 feet of snow.
Report as of FY2009 for 2009WY46B: "Detecting the Signature of Glaciogenic Cloud Seeding in Orographic Snowstorms in Wyoming II: Further Airborne Cloud Radar and Lidar Measurements" Publications Articles in Refereed Scientific Journals: Geerts, B. and Q. Miao, 2010.
A similar but less explosive example occurred just 2 days previously, on March 14, 1956. This was the first of the series of three snowstorms which visited New York and
Near-miss snowstorms for the Northeast urban corridor. The near-miss cases described by Kocin and Uccellini F IG . 1d. Storm snowfall in excess of 10 cm (solid line); > 25 cm (light blue); > 50 cm (dark blue); and > 75 cm (red) for six more of the 30 snowstorms used to generate the NESIS scale, with ...
•Sleet is officially recorded in the snow total-Freezing rain (ice) is not •Cases contained a max accumulation of at least 4 inches-4 inches is Winter Storm Warning Criteria •50 cases found between 1948 and 2005
INVOLVE2:3(2009) A statistical study of extreme nor'easter snowstorms Christopher Karvetski, Robert B. Lundand Francis Parisi (Communicated by Sat Gupta) This short paper studies the statistical characteristics of extreme snowstorms striking the eastern seaboard of the United States—the so ...
The record winter began with three snowstorms in late November and ended with an extremely damaging ice storm in late March. Unusual snow patterns oc curred with several storms and they lasted in Illinois much longer than usual.
Disastr Relief Emergency Fund (DREF) allocated: CHF 80,000 Information Bulletin N° 2 9 August 2002 PERU AND BOLIVIA: SNOWSTORMS This Information Bulletin is being issued based on the needs described below.
V OLUME 12 M ARCH 1997 WEATHER AND FORECASTING q1997 American Meteorological Society 5 Synoptic-Scale Features Common to Heavy Snowstorms in the Southeast United States T HOMAS L. M OTE ,D OUGLAS W. G AMBLE ,S.J EFFREY U NDERWOOD , AND M ACE L. B ENTLEY Climatology Research Laboratory ...
12B.1 CHARACTERISTICS OF THE TOP TEN SNOWSTORMS AT FIRST ORDER STATIONS IN THE U.S. Tamara G. Houston* NOAA National Climatic Data Center, Asheville, North Carolina Stanley A. Changnon Changnon Climatologist, Mahamet, Illinois 1.