What's the Annual Precipitation in Big Bear Lake?

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Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker, Mountain Gallery Realtors in Big Bear Lake
Wondering how much snow/rain Big Bear Lake gets each and every year? Below is a spreadsheet provided by the Big Bear Municipal Water District breaking down the monthly precipitation over the past 26 years. The average annual precipitation is roughly 36.35" per year but it's amazing to see the how much it varies from year to year (I've highlighted the 5 biggest years). Wouldn't it be nice if this winter was similar to 1993?

Chart Provided by the Big Bear MWD

Every year, our local radio station KBHR (93.3FM) has the "KBHR Snowfall Sweepstakes", where the object is to predict the time and date of the first 9.3 inches of snow accumulation. Some years it happens early and some years you wonder if we'll ever get 9.3 inches of snow! There's lots of fun prizes (usually a snow blower, an annual ski pass, etc). So enter today. You can go to the following participating businesses and fill out a form:



Lets all hope the snow falls and falls often this winter!
Home in High Timber Ranch with LOTS OF SNOW!


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