Delaware’s climate during February 2014 was characterized by colder than normal temperatures and above normal precipitation values. The combination of cold and moisture brought significant snowfall to portions of the state during the month as well.
As a quick-moving and intense Winter storm exits the Mid-Atlantic region on January 22nd, MODIS Terra captured a wondrous view of the the snow cover extent over the Mid-Atlantic region.
After record low, below zero temperatures for Delaware on Saturday morning January 4th, temperatures shot-up to over 60°F across much of the State early on Monday morning (January 6th).
Three early season snowfall events propelled December 2013 into 4th place on the list of all-time snowiest Decembers for the Wilmington area with 11.9” of snow