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February 2013 to Go Into the Snowfall Records for Some of New England...but Where Will It Land?

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    The snowfall impacting Central and Northern New England is pushing some communities higher in the February snowfall record rankings. Concord, New Hampshire and Portland, Maine are two prime examples...

    CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE's snowiest Februaries on record:

    1. 59.0" in 1893
    2. 49.8"     1969
    3. 41.6"     2013 - as of Tuesday night. How high will we climb before Thursday is out?
    4. 36.0"     1882

    CONCORD's Snowiest Months on Record:

    1. 59.0"     February 1893
    2. 49.8"     February 1969
    3. 46.7"     January 1935
    4. 45.4"     January 1987
    5. 45.3"     December 2007
    6. 43.0"     December 1876
    7. 42.3"     January 1979
    8. 41.6"     February 2013 - again, as of Tue night. How high does this storm push us?

    PORTLAND, MAINE's snowiest Februaries on record:

    1. 61.2" in 1969
    2. 50.9"     1893
    3. 47.7"     1934
    4. 46.6"     2013 - as of Tuesday night. How high will we climb by end of Thursday?
    5. 45.8"     1967

    PORTLAND's Snowiest Months on Record:

    1. 62.4"     January 1979
    2. 61.2"     February 1969
    3. 59.0"     January 1935
    4. 54.8"     December 1970
    5. 52.7"     January 1923
    6. 50.9"     February 1893
    7. 50.7"     January 1987
    8. 49.0"     March 1993
    9. 47.7"     February 1934
    10. 46.6"     March 1956 and February 2013 as of Tuesday night.