Despite extreme cold and below normal precipitation for the month, Delaware experienced significant snowfall during February 2015.
Cold temperatures and above normal precipitation brought snow conditions to Delaware this past winter.
Residents will long remember the week of February 15th through February 21, 2015 as a true taste of winter across Delaware.
During January 2015 temperatures were below normal and precipitation was above normal across the First State.
Delaware’s climate in December 2014 was characterized by above average temperatures and near normal precipitation.
2014 was Delaware’s coolest year since 2003, while precipitation remained near normal.
During November 2104 Delaware’s climate was cool with near normal precipitation.
In October 2014, Delaware experienced above average temperatures and below average precipitation levels.
Temperatures around the First State were more like January than November this morning. In fact, several official National Weather Service observing stations reported record low temperatures.
Preliminary data indicates cool temperatures and above average precipitation.