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    Winter vaults into ranks of all-time snowiest

    Had enough yet?
    Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff
    Had enough yet?

    Updated on March 4 to note latest snow totals.

    The snow has seemed like it would never stop coming this winter — and it’s poised to break the all-time record.

    As of March 4, 105.7 inches of snow had been recorded in Boston, the second-snowiest season ever recorded, the National Weather Service said.

    The winter of 1995-1996 was the snowiest on record, with 107.6 inches recorded in the city. That season saw several consecutive months of heavy snowfall. This winter the vast majority of the snow has been dumped since late January.


    Could we break the all-time record this year? It would take just another 2 inches. What the heck! Why not?

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    Here’s the all-time leaderboard as it stands today:

    1995-1996: 107.6 inches

    2014-2015: 105.7 inches

    1993-1994: 96.3 inches


    1947-1948: 89.2 inches

    2004-2005: 86.6 inches

    1977-1978: 85.1 inches

    1992-1993: 83.9 inches

    2010-2011: 81.0 inches


    1915-1916: 79.2 inches

    1919-1920: 73.4 inches

    Daily snowfall in Boston

    On March 15, this year's snowfall broke the record-setting total from 1995-1996.
    Data through Mar. 23, 2015 at 11 a.m.

    DATA: National Weather Service, Boston; NOAA

    Globe Staff

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