Sunday, March 23, 2008

It's Official: Madison tops 100 inches

Madison has officially passed the 100-inch mark, thanks to evening showers that deposited another four tenths of an inch of snow on the city this Easter Sunday. The current total for the Winter-That-Will-Not-End stands at 100.1 inches. Sadly, I'm sure Mother Nature isn't done messing with us yet this year. Considering previous April and May snow storms, we could easily see another ten or fifteen inches before we're finally done.



Anonymous said...

oooh that's a lot of snow. :)

Heather said...

Babe~ Yes, it is. At least for Madison. I know mountain areas are used to five or six times that amount, but our average snowfall is only about 35 inches. And there is more in the forecast throughout the next week!