Someone noted the high-water mark on Jackson Street in Freemansburg: It says "20' FLOOD 2021" on the pavement. Lehigh Valley rivers and creeks crest on Sept. 2, 2021, after remnants of Hurricane Ida dumped several inches of rain.Steve Novak | For
There was some serious snow in the Lehigh Valley in 2021. The summer saw a pair of tornadoes and fatal flooding in the region.
Here’s a recap of some of the Valley’s biggest weather stories of the year. Measurements reported from the National Weather Service were taken at Lehigh Valley International Airport unless otherwise noted.
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