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  1. Philly had a high of only 49 on June 2, 1907.
  2. I don't think they had quite that much but I believe other places in the Poconos were in that range.
  3. Stroudsburg, PA, not far from where I live, evidently recorded 35.4" total and 6.8" in one hour from the March 20, 1958 storm. Much of that also occurred in the middle of the day with temperatures around freezing.
  4. I was researching some of the coldest Marches and March stretches and came upon this: The stretch from March 17-23 was particularly insane.
  5. I was only 7 and not following the weather at the time, but it must have been a tremendous heartbreak here in NW NJ. Only like 4-5" total after HECS totals forecasted .
  6. Maybe during the LIA winters of the 1700s and 1800s? Otherwise not sure.
  7. True. That was also a much colder winter with a bit more snow in January.
  8. Incredible February. This has almost become a top tier winter.
  9. Still waiting for updated spotter reports from Mt. Holly.
  10. Moderate to heavy snow in Forks Township, PA where I work. Already a bit of snow on my car that I'll have to clear later.
  11. February 2014 needs recognition as well. Consistently cold (though not to the extent of 2015), along with consistently deep snowpack with back to back storms on February 3 and 5 in addition to a great two parter right before Valentine’s Day. Probably one of the more underrated recent winters in general.
  12. I mixed with sleet in northern Warren County about 20 minutes ago. Odd to be both on the northern edge and having the mix line reach you.
  13. Moderate to heavy snow here in northern Warren County. What a difference from just an hour ago when when we had barely a flake.
  14. A little dry for far northern areas.