These are the extremes in
weather records for Pennsylvania, a U.S. state in the Middle Atlantic region. These extremes are based on records maintained by the National Climatic Data Center (NCDC), a division of the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration. Temperature [edit ] Overall [edit ]
Event [1 ] Measurement | −42 °F (−41 °C) January 5, 1904 Smethport Precipitation [edit ] Rain [edit ]
Note: While the official measured rainfall record is given above, the NCDC notes that an estimated 34.50 inches (876 mm) of rain fell in 12 hours near
Smethport on July 17, 1942. The NCDC says this is "arguably the greatest 24-hour rainfall on record outside of the tropics". [1 ] Snow [edit ]
Event [1 ] Measurement Date Location Greatest 24-hour snowfall 40.0 inches (102 cm) March 13–14, 1993 Seven Springs Greatest snow depth 60.0 inches (152 cm) March 22 & 23, 1958 Gouldsboro Hurricanes [edit ] References [edit ] ^ a b c d "All-Time Climate Extremes for PA". National Climatic Data Center . Retrieved November 11, 2010. ^ David M. Roth (October 15, 2010). "Tropical Cyclone Point Maxima". National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration . Retrieved November 11, 2010.
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