The snowstorm that dumped on the East Coast yesterday left us with eight inches of light, fluffy snow. This storm set a new record: the first winter since records have been kept (beginning in 1874) that the area has suffered through three storms delivering six inches of snow or more before February. In addition, we're just two inches below the total average annual snowfall for the region.
except for a brief period on Saturday afternoon, the temperature is forecast to remain below freezing for the next five days. It just gets better and better. I know I've had enough.