What is the record snowfall in Albany NY?

What is the record snowfall in Albany NY?

The winter of 1886-87 is the snowiest on record for Albany with 94.2 inches.

Does it snow a lot in Albany?

When does it snow the most in Albany? The month with the most snowfall in Albany, New York, is February when snow falls for 11.7 days and typically aggregates up to 7.64″ (194mm) of snow.

What is the record snowfall in Washington state?

Most snowfall in 12 months: 1140″ (95ft, U.S. record) at Mt Baker ski area, 1998-99. Most rainy days in a row: 58 at Centralia 1W, January 29, 1961-March 27, 1961. Most dry days in a row: 140 at White Swan, April-September 1973. Warmest year statewide: 2015 (50.0°F).

How much snow did Schenectady New York get?

Climate Averages

Schenectady, New York United States
Snowfall 59.9 in. 27.8 in.
Precipitation 136.7 days 106.2 days
Sunny 177 days 205 days
Avg. July High 83.1° 85.8°

What are winters like in Albany?

In Albany, the summers are warm and wet, the winters are freezing and snowy, and it is partly cloudy year round. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 17°F to 83°F and is rarely below -0°F or above 91°F.

Does Albany get lake effect snow?

— Upstate New York today is sharing one of its best-known exports — lake effect snow — with the good people of Providence, Rhode Island. Cold winds are blowing across the lake and then banking over Albany to the southeast, delivering lake effect snow 400 miles away in a band no more than a few miles wide.

When was the last blizzard in Washington state?

The January 2012 Pacific Northwest snowstorm was a large extratropical cyclone that brought record snowfall to the Pacific Northwest in January 2012….January 2012 Pacific Northwest snowstorm.

Satellite view of Oregon and Washington on January 23, 2012, showing clouds and snow
Power outages 200,000

How many inches of snow do we have in Schenectady?