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This winter, Northwest PA can expect below average temperatures in December, with average temperatures in January and February, followed by below average temperatures in March. We anticipate winter to get off to an early start with a cold, snowy month of December.

Lake Erie may be frozen by early January, ending the lake effect season earlier than normal. An average January and February can be expected in both the temperature and snowfall category. An active, chilly end to winter is anticipated with a few late season winter storms possible in March. If you have yet to see our Official 2017-2018 Winter Outlook, click here to read it.




Without further ado, here is our 2017-2018 Winter Snowfall Totals Map for Northwest PA! If you don’t see your town, we have a full list of snow totals for even more locations below the map. Be sure to share this all-inclusive snowfall outlook with your family and friends using the button below!

Clarion County

Clarion: 52-58″

East Brady: 50-56″

Rimersburg: 51-57″

Knox: 52-58″

New Bethlehem: 51-57″




Clearfield County

Clearfield: 49-55″

Du Bois: 54-60″

Curwensville: 49-55″

Osceola Mills: 47-53″

Treasure Lake: 55-61″

Crawford County

Meadville: 113-125″

Titusville: 102-114″

Linesville: 111-123″

Cambridge Springs: 114-126″

Cochranton: 104-116″




Elk County

St. Marys: 62-68″

Ridgway: 64-70″

Johnsonburg: 66-72″

Erie County

Erie: 115-127″

Corry: 110-122″

Edinboro: 112-124″

Girard” 106-118″

North East: 117-129″

Forest County

Tionesta: 68-74”

West Hickory: 75-83”

Jefferson County

Brookville: 52-58″

Punxsutawney: 49-55″

Brockway: 51-57″

Reynoldsburg: 50-56″

Sykesville: 50-56″




Lawrence County

New Castle: 39-45″

New Wilmington: 40-46″

New Beaver: 38-44″

Ellport: 39-45″

McKean County

Bradford: 86-94″

Smethport: 77-85″

Kane: 110-112″

Mercer County

Hermitage: 51-57″

Mercer: 51-57″

Sharon: 50-56″

Grove City: 48-54″

Greenville: 57-63″

Potter County

Coudersport: 70-78″

Austin: 73-81″

Ulysses: 67-73″

Venango County

Oil City: 72-80″

Franklin: 70-78″

Emlenton: 65-71″

Warren County

Warren: 91-99″

Youngsville: 94-102″

Tidioute: 87-95″