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Boston Sets Snowfall Record

The city received 61.6 inches over the past 30 days



    Boston Sets Snowfall Record

    Boston has set a record for the most snow recorded in a 30-day period, and more is on the way.

    The National Weather Service said Boston had received 68.6 inches in the last 30 days by Monday, breaking the record of 58.8 inches in one 30-day period ending in February 1978.

    Logan International Airport had a little more than a foot by 7 a.m. from a storm that was expected to last all day and add several more inches.

    There's been more than 29 inches in Weymouth and 24 inches in Norwell as of Monday afternoon.

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    Bangor, Maine, has also tied the all-time highest snow depth record as of 7 a.m. Monday. The snow depth at Bangor International Airport was 53 inches, tying the record highest snow depth set back in the winter of 1969.

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