During the first two weeks of February 2010, Philadelphia was bombarded by two enormous and historic snowstorms. According to the National Weather Service, a record-shattering 28.5 inches accumulated on the streets of Philadelphia and the surrounding areas after the first storm. A couple days later, the second storm hit Philadelphia adding 15.8 inches to the already covered streets. With public schools, universities, and government buildings closed all across the region, these two massive blizzards helped the 2009-10 winter become the snowiest winter in Philadelphia's history.
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Udaipur Published October 29, 2009