At Midnight, March Snow Record is Shattered

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (Feb 28, 2014) —  We’re just a few hours away from March, and the second the new month begins, another snow record will be broken.

The old record for the amount of snow on the ground in the month of March is 15 inches, set on a few different dates in 2007.  Since our current snow depth in Grand Rapids is 20 inches, there is no question that as the new month starts tonight, a new record for March snow depth will be broken.

More snow is on the way this weekend as well. For the latest, join us on FOX 17 News or visit the weather page at 

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