Which year did Britain get the most snow?
The winters of 1946/7 and 1962/3 were particularly heavy.
Most of Alaska gets much more snow than most of Antarctica.
In Britain when it snows why do the council put salt grit every wear when most people love the snow?
because its hard to drive in the snow.. and its 'everywhere' not every wear
Washington DC had the most snow in 2009-2010 with around 60-70 inches (depending where it was measured).
Most of New York has snow in November every year.
Only in higher elevations does it snow in the summer months. But most locations do get snow from about October - May.
According to the UK national meteorological office what year prior to 2007 was the last White Christmas in Britain?
Before 2007 the last White Christmas in Britain was in 2004. There was widespread snow reported over the northern and western areas of Britain.
No. It most certainly does not.
Yes, there is. Actually the time of the year when we have the most snow here in Bulgaria is exactly January.
Most likely Russia, The USA and Canada
The peaks of the mountains get snow every year. But most of the major cities have no RECORDED snow.
January or February, depending on the year.
In 2010 It was snowing like anything.
Britain gets a few hundred earthquakes per year, but most of them are imperceptible. About every two years, Britain will get an earthquake of around 4 on the Richter scale.
in winter December to march
Mostly winter, just as in most places.
Usually in our winter time - anywhere from November to March depending on the temperature and weather conditions.
Yes. Great Britain is in the northern hemisphere, where the longest days of the year are in June, and the very longest day of the year is June 21.
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Its set in a cold snow covered run down area of London called Camden Town in Victorian Britain in the Year 1843
Yes, and this winter has been one of the worst for snow for many years.
The most snowfall in a 24-hour period was 20.4 inches on March 30-31, 1890. The snowiest year was 1912, with 63.3 inches of total snow.
Yes, most likely it will snow in Charlotte, NC. It averages 5-6 inches of snow a year and every winter, it snows. Even in 2006, when it didn't record but a trace of snow, there was still some light snow showers.
A treaty signed in 1763 gave Great Britain control of most eastern North America
Depends where you are. But most places (in the Northern Hemisphere) see their coldest temperatures of year, on average, during the month of January. So in some of the more temperate regions, January would be the best time to find snow if it were to snow at all.
the most snow Charlotte has seen in one season was in 2004 with over 30 inches in a season. It was also one of the years that Charlotte seen the most snowfall in a 24 hour period.
In Mexico City the last snowfall was on January 12, 1967. Nonetheless, in the surrounding mountains it can snow every year during the winter months, January and February most likely.
In northern Alaska and at higher elevations, it can snow almost the entire year. Elsewhere, it depends....snow starts in most other places by October, and by November it has typically snowed everywhere.
I found online where at Mt. Baker in Washington state has the world record for the most snow in a season. In 1999, Mt. Baker recorded 1140 inches of snow that year.
Many of the deserts in the United States may receive some snow in the winter, which quickly disappears. The Great Basin probably receives the most snow each year.
It varies, Kansas weather is unreliable from year to year. But I was born in Raised in Wichita, southern Kansas, and from my experience, I'd say it snows most often in January and February, Feb. probably more. If it does not snow a lot it will still be freezing cold. !
most likely to melt in January or sometimes if its a lite snow it will melt in the next 2 or three days
No, it does not snow every year in Georgia; it only gets snow occasionally.
Lots of mountains have snow all the year round. The mountain just has to be high enough that the average temperature is below 0°C most of the year, and the few days in summer which are above 0°C are not enough to melt all the snow which fell during the long winter. Examples are the Himalayes, the Andes, the Alps etc.
It hasn't started yet.
August Has The Most Storms Of The Year And January Is Known For Snow But Febuary has a couple blizzards every year here and there so anyway January is known for snow and august is known for storms And torpedos in the ocean
Most definitely. The North Rim gets so much snow that the road to it closes for several months every winter. The South Rim invariably gets some snow every year as well.
in Britain and most of the world....september
how much snow a year in sweden
Yes, in fact some mountains like Kilmanjaro have snow caps for most of the year.
sometimes, especially in the north and east and occasionally, such as this year, nationwide. but by most standards its not very much
According to the most recent data, about 80,000 cubic miles of water is evaporated each year. Most of that falls back to earth in the form of rain or snow.
On top of the Met Office!
Texas is such a big state that "averages" for rain and snow are essentially meaningless. Houston is pretty wet, especially in a year with any Gulf Coast hurricanes; El Paso is several hundred miles west, and is bone dry most of the time. Corpus Christi gets no snow at all, most years, while Dallas gets at least some every year.
Yes, defiinitely in the mountains. It also snows in most of the state. However, amounts vary year to year. They also get ice.
Great Britain and the Republic of Ireland
It is pretty cold. The northern part of Sweden always have snow during the winter. The rest of Sweden haven't had much snow lately, but last year we had snow in most of the country during Christmas which was a long time ago.
There was almost 60 inches of snow last year.
All of Ohio gets snow every year.
February, technically, but it really varies depending on the year. January and February average almost the same amount, but there are years when December or even March have had the most snow. In other words, depends on the prevailing winter pattern.