Youngstown & Warren Snowfall Totals & Accumulation Averages





This page pulls together information on when, how much and how often Youngstown & Warren, Ohio have snow.

There are data and descriptions here of how many days it snows and the total amount of snowfall that the Youngstown-Warren area usually gets. There are also monthly and yearly counts of the days that the metropolitan region normally has heavy snowstorms and deep snow accumulated on the ground. Plus there's information on when Youngstown and Warren can expect the first and last snowfalls of the season.

The first set of monthly snow totals are averages for 2010 to 2019. All the other numbers are averages, based on climate data gathered from 1991 to 2020 at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport.

How Often it Snows in Youngstown and Warren

The next two tables list monthly and yearly totals for amount of snow and how many days it snows at least 0.1 inches (0.25 centimetres).

10-year snowfall averages at Youngstown – Warren, 2010 to 2019
Days   Inches Centi­metres
8.0 January 21.7 55.0
5.9 February 19.0 48.3
3.5 March 10.1 25.7
0.9 April 2.3 5.9
0.0 October 0.2 0.4
1.7 November 5.2 13.2
5.0 December 16.1 40.9
25.0 Year 74.6 189.5
30-year snowfall averages at Youngstown – Warren, 1991 to 2020
Days   Inches Centi­metres
15.5 January 19.6 49.8
11.8 February 15.1 38.4
7.9 March 10.5 26.7
2.9 April 2.6 6.6
0.1 May 0.0 0.0
0.8 October 0.7 1.8
4.3 November 4.5 11.4
11.3 December 14.8 37.6
54.6 Year 67.8 172.2

These averages don't show how much the snowfall in Youngstown and Warren varies from year to year.

In December, for instance, one in four years totals over 20 inches of snow. Another 25 percent of years receive less than 8.1 inches for the month.

Similarly in January, fresh snowfall in the heaviest years amounts to over 26.3 inches, while the lightest years get less than 12.7 inches.

Snow in February ranges from over 20.3 inches in heavy snowfall years to under 7.7 inches in light years.

When Youngstown and Warren Have Their First & Last Snowfalls

The cities usually get their first snowfall of winter in November, although in some years it starts snowing in October.

The season's last snowfall most often happens in April, but a little snow can also show up in May.

Youngstown and Warren are normally free of snow every year from June to September.

How Many Snowstorms Youngstown and Warren Get

Most days of snowfall in Youngstown and Warren result in just a skiff of less than an inch left on the ground. For 22 days a year on average, the amount of new snow totals at least an inch.

Snowstorms of over five inches a day normally occur a couple times a year. But major blizzards that dump ten inches or more in one day are rare events that are not normal here.

Number of days per month and year on average in Youngstown and Warren with a total snowfall of at least 1, 3, 5 or 10 inches
1 inch
2.5 cm
3 inches
7.6 cm
  5 inches
12.7 cm
10 inches
25.4 cm
6.7 1.7 January 0.3 0.0
5.0 1.4 February 0.5 0.0
3.0 0.8 March 0.5 0.0
0.8 0.2 April 0.1 0.0
0.2 0.1 October 0.0 0.0
1.5 0.3 November 0.0 0.0
4.9 1.6 December 0.5 0.0
22.1 6.1 Year 1.9 0.0

How Much Snow Normally Accumulates in Youngstown and Warren

For about half of winter days, Youngstown and Warren have at least an inch of snow on the ground.

Typically on 19 days a year the snow covering the citys amounts to five or more inches deep. On three or four of those days the snowpack builds up to over ten inches.

Average total days per month and year in Youngstown and Warren with snow depth of at least 1, 3, 5 or 10 inches on the ground
1 inch
2.5 cm
3 inches
7.6 cm
  5 inches
12.7 cm
10 inches
25.4 cm
19.0 12.3 January 7.6 1.2
15.5 9.4 February 6.1 1.7
8.1 3.3 March 1.8 0.3
0.9 0.2 April 0.1 0.0
0.1 0.0 October 0.0 0.0
2.4 1.1 November 0.4 0.0
12.0 6.8 December 3.3 0.6
58.0 33.1 Year 19.3 3.8
References

Jay Lawrimore, Ron Ray, Scott Applequist, Bryant Korzeniewski, Matthew Menne. 2016. Global Summary of the Month and Year, Version 1.0. NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information.

NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI). Climate Normals.

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