The first significant snowfall event of the winter season occurred on January 3, 2022 with a majority of the snowfall occurring in Kent and Sussex Counties.
Above normal temperature and below normal precipitation characterized Delaware’s climate in January 2021.
Continued warmth and precipitation near the long-term mean characterized Delaware’s climate in February 2020.
The winter of 2009-2010 was the snowiest in recorded history for many locations across Delaware and southeast Pennsylvania. This year marks the 10th anniversary of this incredible season.
Near record warmth and very wet conditions characterized Delaware’s February climate.
Below normal temperature and precipitation characterized Delaware’s climate in January 2018.
December 2017 is the coolest December since 2010.
After a record-breaking February last year, February 2016 returned with warmer and wetter conditions than 1981-2010 normal values.
Near normal temperature and precipitation characterized Delaware’s climate in January 2016.
Although winter 2015-2016 was the 4th warmest since records began in 1895, it was the third year in a row with above normal snowfall.