Today Is the Third Snowiest December Day in Birmingham History

| December 8, 2017 @ 5:16 pm

From Braden Dudderar (@BradenDudderar)

Where does today’s snowstorm stack up in history at Birmingham in terms of one day December snow totals?

It appears to be in third according to NOAA’s Regional Climate Centers ACIS2.

1. 8.0 inches – December 31, 1963

2. 5.5 inches – December 22, 1929

3. 4.0 inches – December 08, 2017

4. 2.3 inches – December 18, 1909*

5. 1.8 inches – December 19, 1909*

The 1909 storm produced a total of 4.2 inches over three days December 18th-20th.

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