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Jimmy Johnny

But in 1977 wasn't there a trace of snow recorded on May 9th. Wouldn't that be considered the last snowfall of the season instead of March 18.


Yes, there was a trace on that date in 1977 but I was referring to "measurable" snow on 3/18, which means 0.1" or more. I've added that descriptor to make it clear. Thanks for your question!

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