With the sun baking away the snowpack, and February now meteorological history, it would be only natural for one's thoughts to lightly turn toward sticking a meat thermometer into winter.
A storm that once appeared to have some potential evidently is going to have a minor impact on the region tomorrow night and Wednesday. A warmer storm may follow later in the weekend, and no new major snow threats are out there.
But it appears as though more-wintry temperatures will follow next week, and Philadelphia certainly has had significant snows from March 8 on. About a foot fell in the March 13, 1993, blizzard -- the last true blizzard in Philadelphia -- and during the equinox storm of March 19-21, 1958.
On April 3-4, 1915, 19.4 inches was measured in the city, big even by 2009-10 standards. Snow has been reported officially in Philly as late as April 20 (0.6 inches in 1983, bringing the two-day total to 1.9), with a trace as late as April 24.