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Today's snow could break record in Madison
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11 Feb 08 - Today's predicted snowfall in Madison, Wisconsin, will make the 41st day of measurable snow accumulation this winter.

It will also put the winter of 2007-08 into the record books as Madison's snowiest if, as the National Weather Service is forecasting, another 3 to 5 inches of snow falls on southern Wisconsin by Tuesday morning.

Just 2.1 inches of snow is needed to tie the 1978-79 record of 76.1, and the inevitable march into the record books is expected to resume this afternoon, said Bill Borghoff, a meteorologist with the weather service 's Sullivan office. A snow advisory begins today at 3 p.m. and is slated to last until noon Tuesday.

"Madison will break the record," Borghoff said, adding that Thursday and the weekend offer chances to pad the record with yet more  snow.     
      (To say nothing about the rest of the winter.)

http://www.madison.com/wsj/home/local//index.php?ntid=271890
Thanks to Steven Woodcock for this link

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