Loveland, Ohio – From the records of the National Weather Service.
“The first widespread snowfall of the season affected the region on Veterans Day into November 12th.”
SNOWFALL AT THE CINCINNATI NORTHERN KENTUCKY AIRPORT WAS 2.3 INCHES ON NOVEMBER 12. THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD FOR SNOWFALL IN CINCINNATI ON NOVEMBER 11 WHICH WAS 1.3 INCHES IN 1894.
2.4″ in Mainville
2.5″ in Goshen
3″ in Sharonville
3.5″ in Wilmington
|Earliest date of measurable snowfall||October 19, 1989
|Latest seasonal first measurable snowfall||January 12, 1983
|Earliest date of 1 inch or more of snowfall||October 19, 1989
|Most snowfall on any day in October||5.9 inches
(October 30, 1993)
|Most snowfall on October 31st||0.3 inches (1993)|
|Number of times measurable snow has fallen on October 31st||Once (1993)|
|Average date of first measurable snowfall (1981-2010)||November 29|
|Average date of first 1 inch or more of snowfall (1981-2010)||December 15|
Note that the term “measurable” denotes snowfall that is equal to or greater than a tenth of an inch. Continuous records of snowfall data in autumn go back to 1893 for Cincinnati, 1885 for Columbus, and 1910 for Dayton.