ONE FOR THE HISTORY BOOKS

ONE FOR THE HISTORY BOOKS

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The Feb. 10 snowstorm, on top of last weekend’s storm, gave Philadelphia its first-ever pair of 14-plus-inch storms within a week, as well as the snowiest February ever, and plowed under the previous Philadelphia snow record of 65.5 inches during the winter of 1995-96. The Feb. 6 storm blasted the city with 28.5 inches, taking second place for all-time snow high and pushing the Dec. 19 storm of 23.2 inches to third place. With 38 days left until the first day of spring, Philadelphians can only wait and see what the rest of winter brings. Photo: Scott Drake

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