On another note, just saw that Bangor ME has 35.7" seasonal snow this year, 3" less than Central Park. Portland ME has 41.0" which is about what my backyard has. That's insane-roughly equivalent to Albany or Worcester coming in less than us (I think happened in 2015-16 super Nino and driven by the Nino fueled 1/23/16 megastorm). This winter seemed to have big winners and losers. Our area to much of eastern PA obviously the big winner, and NNE the big loser. Also big cutoff SW of us which is becoming more typical-12" at Dulles for the season despite averaging almost double that there. Goes to show how much we REALLY lucked out this season, some minor tweaks and this would've been another disaster "winter".
Boston just 0.1" under Central Park, have to at that. Not so rare they come in less than NYC but it's maybe 1-2x per decade recently.