Low Snow happened 26 times, or 18% of winters. That might be more than many people expect to see.
Extreme weather of this sort has been displayed on occasion and documented since the 1800s.
I wrote an article I wrote a few years ago about snowless Decembers. I that I showed remainder of those winters were near or above normal snow about 50% of the time. There is still reason to keep your Faith in the Flakes*
Lowest Snow Winters in Baltimore
Under 5 inches of snow
Notice the winters fitting this category are evenly scattered throughout the record period since 1883.
Between 5 and 10 inches of snow
14 out of 137 winters fit this category.
Pairs of years under 10 inches of snow
There have been two years in a row with low snow occurring 4-Times since 1883. Twice those pairs were followed by one of the top snow winters
This was followed by out third highest snow total of 58.1″ in 2002-2003
This was followed by the most snow on record: 77″ in 2009-2010