Pennsylvania 2001 Severe and Significant Weather Events
The National Weather Service in State College provides this page as a service to the citizens and weather enthusiasts of the Commonwealth. It is intended to provide a brief history and learning materials for forecasters. It may also help emergency managers compare similar events.
For a link to the storms of 2000 and 2002 click these links.
19-20 January East Coast Storm: produce moderate snow across Pennsylvania. Page is under developed at this time.
30 January Frontal Occlusion and moderate rain.
5-6 February East Coast Storm: locally heavy snow eastern Pennsylvania from York/Lancaster Counties northeastward. Click here for more.
10 February sharp cold frontal event
The 4-6 March Imperfect Storm
March event in southeast Pennsylvania and Virginia
09 April hail storms, rotating supercell and bow-echo event
12 June 2001 Wide spread severe weather and bow-echo event
10 July Severe Weather Event
16 August Mini-bow echo and the Clearfield tornadic event.
19 August Bow echo and supercell event.
31 September "meso-low event"
4 September "Colonel Kelly F1 Tornado", Kelly Township, Union County, PA.
High Wind Events
25 October minor high-wind event.
14 December high wind event (LSR) post-cold frontal high-wind event.
York Flood of 22 June 2001
Isn't it a tad cold yet?