NOAA Bullet NCDC / Climate-2001 / February / Climate-Watch / Selected Extremes / Search / Help
DOC Logo Selected U.S. City
and State Extremes

February 2001

Source NOAA/NWS Forecast Offices and compiled by NCDC. Last Updated 02/14/01

NOAA Logo
February Station or State Monthly Records
larger image

Blue Bar

Top of The Page Temperature / Dewpoint

1. None Reported Yet.


Top of The Page Rainfall

1. None Reported Yet.


Top of The Page Snowfall

1. New February 24 hour snowfall record set at Rapid City, SD. The 24 hour snowfall on February 7th, 2001 was 11.0 inches. This was a new record for the greatest 24 hour snowfall during the month of February. The previous record was 10.0 inches set on Valentines day (February 14th) in 1889.

2. Huron, SD has greatest snow depth and second snowiest season (so far) ever. The seasonal snowfall as of Feb 9th, 2001 was 71.9 inches at Huron this is only 5.8 inches away from the all time record of 77.7 inches set in the winter of 1961-1962. The snow depth as of February 9th was 30.0 inches which breaks the old record of 28 inches set on February 21st, 1962.


Top of The Page Wind

1. None Reported Yet.


Top of The Page Pressure

None Reported yet.


Top of The Page Miscellaneous

None reported yet.


Top of The Page Top of Page


NOAA Bullet NCDC / Climate of 2001 / February / Climate-Watch / Selected Extremes / Search / Help

http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/extremes/2001/february/februaryext2001.html
Created by Tom.Ross@noaa.gov
Downloaded Friday, 29-Aug-2014 06:11:56 EDT
Last Updated Wednesday, 20-Aug-2008 12:09:21 EDT
Please see the NCDC Contact Page if you have questions or comments.