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February Marked Mount Hamilton's Snowiest Month on Record

A grand total of 38.1 inches of snow fell at the Lick Observatory atop Mount Hamilton in February, setting a new monthly snowfall record for the South Bay peak, according to the National Weather Service. February's snowfall total on the Bay Area's highest peak topped the mountain's previous monthly record of 33.6 inches set way back in January 1950, the weather service reported. Weather records for Mount Hamilton began back in 1948, according to the weather service. Check out the list below to see Mount Hamilton's top 10 snowiest months on record, as reported by the weather service: 1. February 2019 — 38.1 inches 2. January 1950 — 33.6 inches 3. March 1982 — 32 inches 4. March 2006 — 26.5 inches 5. April 1965 — 23 inches 6. February 1990 — 22.5 inches 7. February 2009 — 22.2 inches 8. January 2008 — 22 inches 9. December 1948 — 21.7 inches 10. February 2011 — 20.3 inches Photo Credit: Cheryl Hurd, Stephen Ellison, Onofre Ramirez

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