In Boston, for example, 49.6 inches of snow has fallen this winter, or 19.3 inches more than normal.
In Madison, Wis., where it never had snowed more than 76.6 inches, the city already had seen 77 inches by Feb. 12.
Last week, Grand Rapids, Mich., shattered its December-February snowfall record of 85.1 inches set in 1951-52. As of Tuesday afternoon, 90.4 inches had fallen.
And though the month doesn't end until Friday, the city has a new February record of 37.1 inches, surpassing 1990's 35.5 inches. ...
In Chicago, more than 50 inches has fallen since the beginning of December, which is about 15 inches above normal and makes this the first winter since 1978-79 the area has seen more than 50 inches of snow, said Amy Seeley, a weather service meteorologist.
- THIS IS HARDLY THE STUFF OF ANY MAN-MADE, CO2 GLOBAL WARMING CATASTROPHE.
- AL GORE: STFU.