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All snowstorms are associated with an area of low pressure. Snow usually falls to the north and/or west of a low pressure. Snowstorms can be small storms (less than 6 inches) or big storms (greater than 6 inches). They usually occur between December and March, although we have had rare snowstorms in November and April.

Snowstorms that impact the Philadelphia region can be the result of a weak low, moderate low, or strong low. Usually it is the dynamic interaction between a low pressure to our south and a high pressure to our north and/or west that produces our most significant snowstorms.

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snowstorm april 3 1915
Snowstorm (April 3, 1915)

Largest snowstorm in recorded history during the month of April. PHL received over 15 inches from the storm.

snowstorm december 19 1948
Snowstorm (December 19, 1948)

The NFL Championship game at Shibe Park between the Eagles and the Chicago Cardinals.

snowstorm march 20 1958
Snowstorm (March 20,1958)

This storm resulted in Pennsylvania’s all time snowfall record for a single storm. Over 50 inches fell in Morgantown, Pennsylvania!