How much snow fall in Pike County in 2021?

The Old Farmer’s Almanac projected a light winter for 2020-2021 with warmer than normal temperatures forecasted for most of the country. On the website, it is showing most of Ohio in the “More Wet Than White” range, while the southern part including Pike County says “Not So Cold, Not Too Wet”.

So far, the only major snow for Pike County this winter came on Christmas Eve as roughly four to six inches fell.

This female Northern Cardinal, photographed on Christmas Day in Pike County, was sitting patiently on a pine branch watching the flurries fall.

Currently, snow is not projected in the extended forecast again until the middle of the month. That could change depending on the arrival of any winter storms.

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