After three feet of snow, Blizzard of 2015 was anything but an underachiever
(Washington Post) The Blizzard of 2015 might have been a disappointment for New York but it will go down in the record books for eastern Massachusetts after as much as 36 inches of snow fell between Monday and Tuesday, making it the snowiest storm on record in Worcester, Mass., and the snowiest January storm for Boston.
New England Record Snow Tracker: Boston Breaks All Time Seasonal Snow Record in 2014-2015
(The Weather Channel) As of 7 pm EDT on March 15, the National Weather Service in Boston announced that Boston Logan Airport received 108.6 inches of snow, official making the 2014-2015 season the all time snowiest season for the city. In the last 21 years, Boston has now had 4 of its top 5 snowiest seasons.
(Time) These numbers show just how rough the winter has been.
Boston has been pummeled with record snowfall this season, and more is likely on the way—a storm is predicted to drop 8 to 10 inches this weekend. Here are 9 reasons why that’s not particularly welcome news for Bostonians: