It looks as if a new record for snowfall in one season has been set at the Charlottetown Airport.
Environment Canada is reporting 17 centimetres fell on Tuesday, bringing the total since snow started falling in November to 549.6 cm, well over the 539 cm recorded in the winter of 1971-72.
The record is still unofficial.
The amount of snow that fell during the season is particularly remarkable considering it was a green Christmas in Charlottetown. Only 13.4 cm fell in December.
Snowfall was also below average in January until a storm hit on the 27th. In the last five days of January, 45.2 cm fell, more than in the first 26 days in total.
A little more snow is forecast for Wednesday.
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|November||19 cm||57.6 cm|
|December||66 cm||13.4 cm|
|January||73 cm||90.2 cm|
|February||58 cm||222.8 cm|
|March||44 cm||144 cm|
|April||24 cm||23 cm|