INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Our calender may have switched to spring, but winter weather in March is no stranger to central Indiana. On average, March can produce up to 2.6 inches of snow.
This year, we’ve already picked up 5.9 inches of snow, all falling on March 1. The average date for the last snow is March 30.
March of 2014 produced 3.1 inches of snow. 2.5 inches fell on March 2 of last year. The record for the most snow in the month of March in Indianapolis is 30.4 inches back in 1906.
The latest recorded measurable snowfall that fell in Indianapolis, was May 9, 1923.
The 2014-15 snow season has produced 25.6 inches of snow, 0.3 inches above average. Last year we received 55.1 inches st this point, which is a record for Indianapolis.