After last year’s record snowfall and ice storms, who could have predicted the winter weather Central Indiana has experienced so far in 2012? The temperature has been an average of 5.6 degrees warmer, making this the 11th warmest winter season over the last 142 years. And with less than half the average snowfall – only 9.2″ of snow to date compared to last year’s 34.4″ – we have certainly been enjoying a different winter than we did in 2011.

Winter Weather Statistics

After last year’s record snowfall and ice storms, who could have predicted the winter weather Central Indiana has experienced so far in 2012? The temperature has been an average of 5.6 degrees warmer, making this the 11th warmest winter season over the last 142 years. And with less than half the average snowfall – only 9.2″ of snow to date compared to last year’s 34.4″ – we have certainly been enjoying a different winter than we did in 2011.

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