Earliest snow EVER in Monmouth County, NJ

At least not not in the last 127 years. (When recordkeeping began at this location.)

2 Oct 2020 – According to NOAA and the Center For Weather & Climate, the Freehold weather station has not recorded accumulating snow in the first two weeks of October in the past 127 years, since 1893.

The earliest accumulating snow recorded in Monmouth County happened on October 20, 1940, when the Freehold area got an inch of snow.

“It’s hard to be optimistic about this upcoming winter,” writes Lou Russo. “Let’s all remember that it’s 2020, and that means anything can happen!


Thanks to Argiris Diamantis for this link

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October 2, 2020 at 11:59AM

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