I think the recent snowfall totals are more similar to what they were long ago with a dip having occurred in between.
I'm not confident that the recent snowfall averages are higher than in 1900. There aren't enough reliable records with comparable observation techniques outside of possibly a few urban areas, but snowfall seems to have been higher then too. Although snowfall 125 years ago was roughly similar to now, it was definitely colder then.
Average snowfall over the past couple of decades has definitely been more than it was a half century ago. It's unclear if the lower snowfall years of particularly the 70s and 80s were random or part of a cycle that was separate from (or overlayed with) general climate change. The same could be argued about the recent spike in snowfall although the CC relationship seems more compelling now.
So, are the feast or famine winters going to continue, or will there be more famine?