Snow Stats Through Feb 12th

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By Steve MacLaughlin on February 12, 2013, 5:49pm Last modified: February 13, 2013, 5:23pm

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Today seems like a good day to catch up on some snow stats from around CT as we continue to clean up from last week's historic blizzard...and as we enjoy a little bit of melting.

At Bridgeport, February has seen 30.3" of snow which mostly came with the blizzard. By this point in the month, a normal February should only have about 3.3". Last year, February 1st through the 12th saw only .2"

For the season, Bridgeport is up to 51.2"...that includes our autumn snowstorm. Normally, by this point in the season we should have 16.8" on our way to a seasonal total of 27.6", which we have already doubled. Last year by this point we only had 11.6", and most of that came during the October Nor'Easter in 2011.

Snow depth today is down to 21" which shows the melting we've seen the last couple of days. By the way, in 2011 we saw a shocking 53.9" of snow which doesn't even take into account the snow that happened at the end of 2010.

Up at Bradley Airport, not quite as much snow during the blizzard...the February total up to 23.2" so far which is 18" above average. Last year, the first part of February only had a trace of snow.

For the season so far including the autumn snow, BDL is up to 44.9" of snow (last year we had only 19.1" by this point) which is 18" more than what we expect to see by this point.

The snow depth at the airport now stands at 18".

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