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Post your season snow totals here

toby4492

2000 Club Member
Location
Wisconsin
Just curious as to what everyone's actual snow totals have been this season. We are having a banner year in SE Wisconsin with snow falling as I am writing this thread. Here are some stats on Milwaukee and where we are this season.

MILWAUKEE IS NOW CLOSING IN ON ITS TOP 10 SNOWIEST WINTER SEASONS.

GENERAL MITCHELL INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IN MILWAUKEE HAS RECORDED 75.7 INCHES OF SNOW.

THIS AMOUNT RANKED AS THE 13TH SNOWIEST WINTER SEASON ON RECORD AT MILWAUKEE.

BELOW IS A LIST OF THE TOP 20 WINTER SEASON SNOWFALL AMOUNTS FOR MILWAUKEE...


RANK AMOUNT SEASON

1 109.8 1885-86
2 94.2 1897-98
3 93.3 1959-60
4 83.2 1973-74
5 82.9 1978-79
6 82.6 1903-04
7 81.9 1993-94
8 80.8 1922-23
9 80.7 1977-78
10 79.7 1951-52
11 78.7 1917-18
12 78.6 1950-51
*13* *75.7* *2007-08*
14 74.2 1935-36
15 74.1 1886-87
16 74.0 1964-65
17 73.3 1925-26
18 72.6 1896-97
19 71.0 1904-05
20 69.8 1961-62


THE TOTALS WILL CONTINUE TO RISE...AS THE WINTER SEASON STILL HAS THE REST OF FEBRUARY...ALL OF MARCH...AND
INTO APRIL REMAINING.

THE WINTER SEASON IN THESE RANKINGS IS DEFINED FROM JULY 1 TO JUNE 30 OF THE FOLLOWING YEAR. THIS TAKES INTO ACCOUNT THE ENTIRE COLD SEASON. THIS DIFFERS FROM TOTALS FOR METEOROLOGICAL WINTER...WHICH IS DEFINED AS DECEMBER...AND JANUARY AND FEBRUARY OF THE FOLLOWING YEAR.
 

tjlands

Senior Member
Jersey, you forgot to say that the 1.9 was split in 4 dustings.:eek:
At least we have done 4 full salting services including two in the last two days. payup
Salt is gold this winter with no snow.
 

RBRONKEMA GHTFD

2000 Club Member
I don't know how you guys in Penn, and NJ can stay in the snow plowing business. I was literally just thru there yesterday and I barely seen any snow. I talked to a guy in NJ who I bought a snow plow from and he said the little bit of slop you see here (maybe a inch or so) is all we've gotten all year, thats why I am selling this plow.

We got roughly 90 to 100 inches so far this year, and more storms on the way for this weekend and in the upcoming days. WOOOOOO WHOOOO!!!!
 

BigDave12768

PlowSite.com Addict
Location
Weymouth MA
South Shore in MA has 44.1 inches and we got lots of rain. I am just a sub with a few driveways and I have made about $4100. Not a bad season considering last years 8 inches
 

Brian Young

PlowSite Veteran
This is a bad year for us, so far a total of 62.5 inches and we should be around 80-90 by now. 4 major storms missed us like some one was steering it right around us. Lots of freezing rain events this year, last year 1 or 2, this year 4-5 and this weekend is supposed to be freezing rain event too. Freezing rain is fine by me!
 

cornbinder

Senior Member
Location
Jetomesville, oh
wooster ohio is somewhere between 17 and 23". we average around 55". this year sucks, glad i have other things to do to make money. we've had 3 4" snow falls and a couple of 2-3" inchers and some salt slinging going on. later, pete
 

SnowMatt13

PlowSite.com Addict
Location
IL/WI border
Toby,

I live on the Wisconsin side of the border and work just over it on the IL side and I have unofficially (my trusty yard stick) tallied around 80". I have the exact figure at work....but it is the snowiest ever in this area.....
 

Burkartsplow

PlowSite Veteran
Location
Cleveland Ohio
Cleveland Ohio is at 30.2" for the season. 20" below average so far this year. But we are I believe 7 inches above average for rainfall for the season. The storms kept missing each other by literally 12 hours on 4 ocassions. but what can you do....
 
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