Statistically Speaking

While Pittsburgh hit a record low temperature this past week, other winter records of the past still stand strong. Take a look at how this month’s weather in Pittsburgh measures up to previous years:

Amount of snowfall this season: 24.1 inches

Amount of snowfall this February to date: 12.1 inches

Average amount of snowfall in February: 5.5 inches

Highest temperature in February on record: 76˚F (2000)

Lowest temperature in February on record: – 2˚F (1995 and 2007)

Most snowfall in February on record: 25.3 inches (2003)

Number of days classes at Carnegie Mellon have been cancelled on account of snow in the past decade: 1 (2003)