When was the last big snow storm in NY?
|Largest Snowstorm||February 11-12, 2006 (26.9″)|
|Month with Most Snow||February 2010 (36.9″)|
|Season with Most Snow||1995-96 (75.6″)|
|Earliest Measurable Snow||October 15, 1876 (0.5″)|
|Latest Measurable Snow||April 25, 1875 (3.0″)|
When was the big blizzard in New York?
Great Blizzard of 1888, winter storm that pummeled the Atlantic coast of the United States, from the Chesapeake Bay to Maine, in March 1888. The blizzard caused more than $20 million in property damage in New York City alone and killed more than 400 people, including about 100 sailors, across the Eastern Seaboard.
When was the snow storm in New York?
February 1, 2022February 2022 North American winter storm / Start date
What was the worst blizzard in New York City?
Great Blizzard of 1888
|Surface analysis of Blizzard on March 12, 1888 at 10 p.m.|
|Lowest pressure||980 hPa (29 inHg)|
|Maximum snowfall or ice accretion||58 inches (147 cm)|
|Damage||$25 million in 1888 (equivalent to $720 million in 2022)|
What was the worst storm in New York City?
|Name||Year||Number of deaths|
|New England hurricane of 1938||1938||60|
|1821 Norfolk and Long Island hurricane||1821||17|
When did Sandy hit New York?
October 29, 2012
Hurricane Sandy hit New York City on October 29, 2012.
What year did it snow in April in NYC?
The last time NYC had a trace of snow (flakes in the air, but not measurable) this late in April was 1986.
What was the worst snowstorm in New York city?
The North American Blizzard of 2006 hit East Coast cities from Baltimore to Boston with enough winter weather to cancel school for days, but few places got more than the Big Apple. A full 26.9 inches dumped on NYC, the highest snowfall ever counted by government records.