In the Lansing area alone this winter, we've seen at least 10 to 12 snow days based on one of the worst winters here in the mid-Michigan area.

According to the Detroit Free Press, this winter could be one for the record books in Marquette.   Sunday's storm dropped 16 inches of snow, marking a new daily snowfall record for Feb. 24.

So far this season, the Marquette area has gotten over 200 inches of snowfall.  The Marquette area even has seen more snow this season than the airport in Anchorage, Alaska.

According to National Weather Service tallies that date to 1960, the record setting season for Marquette was 2002-03, when a total of 319.8 inches fell.  For reference, 202.2 inches is about 16.9 feet.


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