6-10 February, 2010: I don't think I'll ever see a a snow period like that again unless I move to the Great Lakes region. Nearly 4 feet of snow this week on top of 18 inches in December made this the GOAT winter
26-27 January, 2011: One of my favorite all time snowstorms for the overperforming round 1 and the insane round 2 overnight to cap off a pretty snowy month.
29-30 October, 2012: The eye of Hurricane Sandy went right over my house - never thought I'd be able to say that.
Winter 2013-14: The antithesis of winters 11-12 and 12-13. Every month from December to March had a warning criteria event. Second snowiest winter of my lifetime, but also had the most snow days. Special shoutout to the surprise 8.5" on December 8th for starting things off.
14 February - 20 March, 2015: Redeemed a terrible start to the winter. Highlights included the Valentine's Day squall, PD2.5, the heavy snow with southwest winds, near 0 temps, an ice storm, and anafrontal snows.
9 May, 2016: My first ever storm chase out in the Plains: intercepted an EF2 tornado in southeastern Oklahoma that was originally part of the famous Katie/Wynnewood storm
15 November, 2018: Easily the best early season snow I've ever experienced (11.5"), the best snow during my time in college, and capped it off with an appearance on The Weather Channel.
26 December, 2010: Not as bad for me as others since I still received a few inches, but got stuck on the wrong side of a very sharp gradient. 20 minutes from me got a foot.
Winters 2011-12 and 2012-13: Two of the worst winters I can remember. First one was a torch fest and second one screwed my area (Wilmington, DE) in all directions - we were the relative minimum for snow on the East Coast aside from DCA.
26 January, 2015: An ever bigger bust than BDB, we only got an inch and it temporarily hurt my credibility as a meteorologist in high school
Winter 2015-16: I was at Penn State for that one, so I missed out on the blizzard for the most part. Rest of the winter was a torchfest and the second worst on record at school.
17 May 2019: Was out storm chasing in the Plains again and missed the McCook, NE tornado because of some wrong turns.
Late 2019 drought: A very boring period of weather that welcomed me to the DMV. Included a moderate risk bust.