So, all you snow-phobes, you may now rest easy. There's virtually no chance for snow again for exactly five months - until Oct. 9. That's the date of the earliest snowfall on record in Baltimore. The flakes fell on Oct. 9, 1895, and again on the same date in 1903. And lest you think that such freak events are a thing of the dim past, you'll note that the earliest measurable snow for Baltimore - 0.3 inch - fell on Oct. 10, 1979. The earliest significant accumulation was a 2.4-inch storm on Oct. 30, 1925.