GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — The amount of snow that has blanketed Grand Rapids in recent days has set a new record.
The record snowfall of 9.6″ Tuesday in Grand Rapids shattered the previous record by 6.7″. It was the third most snow Grand Rapids has ever recorded for a November day!
The standing single-day snowfall record for November 18 was 2.9 inches of snow in 1989.
The two day total was nearly as impressive at 16.6″. This is the second most two day total Grand Rapids has ever received. .
As of Tuesday morning Grand Rapids stands at 21.5″ which places the city in the fifth spot for snowiest Novembers (with the unofficial total of 28.2″ in 1895 included). With another 2-4″ expected Wednesday Grand Rapids will likely slip into the number four spot.