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Frank Gehrke, chief of California Cooperative Snow Surveys Program for the Department of Water Resources, conducts a snow survey at Echo Summit, Calif. The survey showed the snow pack to to be 7.1 inches deep with a water content of 2.3 inches. In a normal year this location is usually covered in several feet of snow. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

(Bloomberg) — Meteorological spring will start March 1, so this seems as good a time as any to run a few numbers as we head into February’s final week.

As of midnight Monday, Boston had received 99.9 inches (8.3 feet or 2.5 meters) of snow at Logan International Airport, the National Weather Service said. You almost want it to snow one more time just to get over the 100-inch barrier (OK, at least I do).

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