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It's a Record: Snowiest 2 Winters in Philly History

By Karen Araiza
|  Tuesday, Feb 22, 2011  |  Updated 6:56 PM EDT
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Glenn goes over some snow totals and looks ahead to the next storm this week.

Glenn goes over some snow totals and looks ahead to the next storm this week.

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It's official -- we've hit a record for the snowiest two winters ever in Philadelphia.

122.7 inches combined for this winter and last.

On average in our area, we get 19.3 inches of snowfall every winter, so 38.6 for two consecutive winters.

In Philadelphia this winter, we've already had 44 inches of snow after six inches fell overnight Monday into Tuesday.

Atlantic City's had 38 inches and Allentown, 36.

In Wilmington, we've seen 27 inches of snow on the ground this winter.

If you're a little snow-fatigued at this point, the good news is we're not callling for any more snowstorms for at least the rest of the month. Really.


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