Writes Ron Trenda on the Updraft blog of Minnesota Public Radio News:
Wednesday’s snow blitz dropped 8.9 inches of fresh snow at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. Our official Twin Cities February snow total is now at 31.5 inches.
This is now the snowiest February in Twin Cities snowfall records, which date back to 1885!
February 2019 is also the 10th snowiest single month in Twin Cities weather records, and we could move up that list with additional snow this weekend.
Let’s rest our shoveling muscles for now.
Related Off-site Links:
Twin Cities Shatters February Snow Record; More This Weekend – Nancy Yang (MPR News, February 20, 2019).
Heavy Snowfall Pushes Twin Cities to February Record, With More in Forecast – Paul Walsh (Star Tribune, February 21, 2019).
Time-lapse of February's Record-breaking Snowfall – Star Tribune (February 20, 2019).
See also the previous Wild Reed posts:
• In Minneapolis, a Snowy February Friday
• Winter of Content
• Winter Beauty
• Winter Light
• Winter Storm (2016)
• Winter Storm (2012)
• Shadows and Light
• Winter . . . Within and Beyond