It's official: This won't be the most-snow-less winter in Philadelphia history. A total of 0.3 inches was recorded at Philadelphia International Airport/National Park, making this the first measurable snow of the season.
For the record, that would be 1/77th of what fell in the first snow of last winter (23.2 inches), but it beats the total for the winter of 1972-73, which was a "trace."
The consensus is that the 2009-10 total will go up on Sunday, but no consensus has emerged on how much.
If you've been following the computer runs, this has been a wild week. On Monday, it appeared that the U.S. model wanted a coastal storm to dump a couple of feet on Philly; the European wasn't impressed.