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YEAR MAX MIN PCPN SNOW REMARKS
1870 25 18      
1871 49 33      
1872 14 4      
1873 40 36      
1874 33 30      
1875 40 37 0.04    
1876 23 15      
1877 41 29      
1878 48 39      
1879 40 21 0.32 1/2"  
1880 35 32     snowed x-mas eve til mid 2"
1881 44 29      
1882 43 36      
1883 31 28 0.38 5" snowed 3pm - midnight
1884 25 16     snowed x-mas eve til mid 3.5"
1885 29 23      
1886 47 21      
1887 31 22      
1888 51 34      
1889 64* 43     * record high for date 
also in 1982
1890 25 17      
1891 51 44      
1892 24 18 0.01 1/8"  
1893 58 45      
1894 48 27 0.14    
1895 49 46      
1896 32 15      
1897 32 17      
1898 42 33      
1899 37 26      
1900 59 44      
1901 43 38 0.01    
1902 34 25 0.72 6.5" snowed 4am - 3pm
1903 43 36 0.06    
1904 27 21 0.16 3" snowed 2pm - midnight
1905 37 29      
1906 27 17      
1907 48 37      
1908 42 36      
1909 38 31 0.34 7"* * record snow for date
snowed 2pm - midnight
1910 32 24      
1911 47 35      
1912 44 34      
1913 44 35 0.43    
1914 28 11      
1915 55 38 0.01    
1916 40 28      
1917 41 24 0.17    
1918 49 38      
1919 27 16 0.01 0.1" 2" on ground as of 8 am
1920 31 20      
1921 35 24 T T  
1922 46 36      
1923 39 32 T T  
1924 36 15 0.04 0.4"  
1925 38 28 0.01 T  
1926 43 34 0.09 0.1"  
1927 36 16      
1928 51 34      
1929 33 26      
1930 37 26     1.8" on ground as of 8 am
(2" fell x-mas eve) 
1931 54 32      
1932 59 47 0.13    
1933 55 34      
1934 37 32 T T  
1935 30 17 0.05 0.5"  
1936 56 40      
1937 47 36 T    
1938 42 32      
1939 39 23 T T  
1940 62 38      
1941 50 35      
1942 44 35 T    
1943 34 22      
1944 42 34 0.44    
1945 51 20 1.26    
1946 36 30      
1947 33 19      
1948 27 13 T T  
1949 39 28      
1950 36 20 T T  
1951 34 29 0.22 T  
1952 44 40      
1953 44 27      
1954 38 29      
1955 51 33      
1956 45 32 0.02    
1957 45 32      
1958 22 12      
1959 39 30      
1960 39 28      
1961 36 22     6" on the ground as of 6:30 am
1962 35 24 0.1 0.3"  
1963 39 33      
1964 60 49 T    
1965 59 47 0.65    
1966 32 23 0.05 0.4" 7" on the ground as of 6:30 am
1967 43 27 0.12    
1968 23 13      
1969 29 14 0.25 2.1"  
1970 32 29      
1971 45 32      
1972 41 38 T    
1973 43 24 T    
1974 40 34 0.19 0.1  
1975 33 17 0.17 0.5"  
1976 36 23 0.06 0.4"  
1977 52 36 T    
1978 45 35 0.79    
1979 61 50 0.87    
1980 20 -1*     * record low for date 
wind gust to 51 mph at 12:57 am EST
1981 40 34      
1982 64* 41 0.02   * record high for date
also in 1889
1983 13* 4     * lowest high on record
Note: tied record for lowest mean
temp of 9F for with 1872
1984 47 29 0.01    
1985 48 20 T T  
1986 53 43 0.57   rain ended 9:20 am
1987 53 48 0.04   rain & drizzle
1988 53 37      
1989 26 14      
1990 31 22      
1991 40 28 T T snow in am
1992 36 17 T T  
1993 34 26 T T  
1994 59 41 T    
1995 35 26 T T  
1996 45 30      
1997 50 37 0.83    
1998 33 24     snowed 2" on the 24th & remained on the ground throughout the 25th 
1999 28 19     clear
2000 27 15     windy
2001 38 30      
2002 37 31 1.30* 5 * record precipitation for 12/25 
turned to rain from 9:31am to 2:46pm
snow started 11:13 pm 12/24 with a trace of snow by 12/25 
2003 46 33 T T light snow from 6:00 pm to 6:13 pm
2004 33 25      
2005 54 39 0.84    
2006 45 39 0.37    
2007 43 35 0    
2008 57 33 0.13    
2009 38 33 0.24 0.0 2" of snow on the ground at 8 am


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