As of Friday, the winter of 2010-11 has cracked the top 10 snowfall totals of the last 60 years in Syracuse. We're at 155.8 inches for the season.
A mere 10 inches more and we'll be beating out No. 6, which is 163.8 inches, recorded in the winter of 1993-94. But we have a long way to go to get to No. 1, currently held by the winter of 1992-93, which was when 192.1 inches fell. By the way, I've lived here for eight out of the top 10 years, which of course makes me ask myself: WHY? The only years I wasn't around for were 1970-71 (157.2 inches) and 1977-78 (161.2 inches).
And spring is about three weeks away, right?