It's the second snowiest winter on record in Grand Rapids and it's not over yet.

This morning, Grand Rapids was at 107.6 inches of snow for the winter.

We're still about two feet from the all-time record, but with everything we've seen this winter, let's not rule out breaking it just yet.

Here's how we rank against the ten snowiest winters.

  1. 1951/52 — 132.2 inches
  2. 2013/14 — 107.6 inches
  3. 2007/08 — 107.1 inches
  4. 2001/02 — 105.4 inches
  5. 2008/09 — 104.8 inches
  6. 1958/59 — 104.8 inches
  7. 1964/65 — 101.5 inches
  8. 1970/71 — 101.3 inches
  9. 1996/97 — 98.5 inches
  10. 2000/01 — 98.3 inches

Who wants to go for the top spot?

Not me.

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