BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Winter 2020-2021 is nearly in the rearview mirror, and once again it was a below-average year for snowfall.
Preliminary data shows Baltimore picked up just 10.9 inches of snow, only around half of the seasonal normal 20.1 inches.
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Snow lovers didn’t have to go far to find fresh powder, though; a Nor’easter in early February dropped between 12 and 20 inches in parts of Frederick County and areas to the west! Baltimore recorded 4.2 inches of snow from that storm.READ MORE: Here's How To Travel Safely And Efficiently For Memorial Day Weekend
Days later, another wave of snow moved through, leaving behind up to around half a foot of snow. Baltimore only saw around an inch from that system, though.
Still, the city picked up nearly 10 inches more snow this winter than the previous one; records show Baltimore only got 1.8 inches of snow in all of Winter 2019-2020. Along with Winter 2011-2012, which also recorded 1.8 inches, last winter was the least snowy since the 1970s!MORE NEWS: Hogan Calls On Scott For "Comprehensive Update" On Violent Crime Plan As Fatal Shootings Continue