State College Pennsylvania Experiences Most Spring Snow in 29 Years

The snow that fell in State College, Pennsylvania on April 18, was the most that has fallen this late in Spring since 1993.

The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory across Central Pennsylvania on April 18, warning of snowfall and low visibility. In the areas around State College, it reported that 2.5 inches fell in Forest Park and 3 inches fell in Port Matilda. Snowfall was heavier in other parts of the state, with a high of 8 inches in Ogletown, 9.6 inches in Blue Knob Park and 12 inches in Laporte.

Local media quoted Penn State meteorologist Steve Seman who said any amount of snow over 0.2 inches would be more than State College has experienced this late in Spring since 1993. Credit: @CatGrossWX via Storyful

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