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One of Minnesota's Latest May Snowfalls

on Record


By Paul Douglas

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6 May 10 - I can only imagine how thrilled Minnesotans were on May 20, 1892, when the Twin Cities was blanketed under 3" of snow. If we do get 1-2" of slush we'll wind up on the Top 10 List. What a great honor huh? http://www.startribune.com/blogs/93044264.html
Thanks to Steven Woodcock, Charles Patrick and Benjamin Napier for this link



National Weather Service Twin Cities -  Measurable snow is back in the forecast for much of central and southern Minnesota and into west central Wisconsin.  Normal snowfall for the month of May in the Twin Cities is 0.1 inch.  The following table shows the top ten latest measurable snowfalls for the Twin Cities area for the period 1885-2009.  Measurable snowfall means a snow amount of at least 0.1 (one tenth) of an inch.MN
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/news/display_cmsstory.php?wfo=mpx&storyid=51986&source=0
 


 



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