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I'm glad this was posted despite the author's temptation to not publish a monthly recap. they're one of my five favorite things to read in the weather blog. crazy to think this almost became the first month since January and February of 2016 in which a monthly recap was not posted to the blog. I really look forward to reading more monthly weather recaps in the future.


December, January and February combined this winter had 3.7" of snow. only six meteorological winters have had less snow, most recently in 2001-2002, when 3.5" of snow was measured, all of which fell in January.

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