This is what P.E.I. looked like this time last year

Remember snowmageddon? This time last year, a storm that dropped a whopping 86.6 centimetres of snow on the Island. In photos, here's a look at what P.E.I. looked like last year.
This is what Prince Edward Island looked like last year. (Laura Meader/CBC)

This time last year, a storm that dropped a whopping 86.6 centimetres of snow on the Island.

Even carving out a path from the house was a challenge. (CBC)

That storm brought February's snowfall up to a total of 197.4 centimetres in Charlottetown.

The storm left massive snowbanks across the Island. (Krystalle Ramlakhan/CBC)

Between November and April, a record-breaking 551 cm was recorded at Charlottetown Airport.

Islanders were left struggling to dig out after the storm. (Maggie Brown/CBC)

By contrast, only 70.8 centimetres of snow has fallen so far in February of 2016.

Snowbank piled high along University Avenue after the storm last year. (CBC)

Since November, a total of 246.6 cm of snow has been recorded in Charlottetown.

The snow cut some downtown streets down to one lane of traffic. (Kevin Yarr/CBC)

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