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Boston set a record this winter that many Bostonians would just as soon like to give back. With 2.9 inches (7 cm) of snow on Sunday, Boston’s seasonal total snowfall grew to 108.6 inches (276 cm). That beat the previous record, set in the winter of 1995-96, by an inch. The city also set a new record for snow in a single month. February 2015 saw 64.9 inches (165 cm), breaking a nearly 10-year-old record. While Boston is likely out of the woods for this season, nothing is assured. As recently as 1993, the city received almost 40 inches (102 cm) of snow in March. Snow has been recorded in April, too.

Read more about Boston’s record snowfall here.

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