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Coastal New England has been extremely snowy.
Parts of New England have been hit by snowstorm after snowstorm recently. Boston, MA, has been particularly snowy. From October through May, Boston usually sees 43.8 inches of snow. This season, the site has seen 78.0 inches, with 75.1 inches of that from January through February. With 18 days left to go, this February has already become the 3rd snowiest on record and the 4th all-time snowiest month. In addition, Boston has shattered or is close to setting several other records.
Worcester, MA, has also seen record amounts of snow. This January was the 4th snowiest on record and the 4th all-time snowiest month. In fact, Worcester set its greatest 1-day snowfall on January 27 when 31.9 inches of snow fell. Sites such as Portland, ME; Concord, NH; Providence, RI; and Bridgeport, CT have also seen above-normal snowfall during January and February.