With an official snow total at 58.4 inches in Philadelphia, the winter of 2013-14 has taken sole possession of third place in the 130-year period of record.
In addition, the 3.0 measured at Philadelphia International Airport this morning nudged the February total to 21.3 inches, good for No. 7 all-time for the month. Here are the updated regional totals for the overnight snow.
Our statistical wizard, Alan Weiss, informs that the January-February period now stands at No. 2, at 47.2 inches; 2010 is in first, with 54.6.
In a winter when the atmosphere seem as though it is primed for snow, we hesitate to say that the month, the two-month period, or the season, have no shot at making runs at the top.