Second snowshoe fell a year ago today
FROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:
The second of Baltimore’s back-to-back February blizzards began a year ago today. We were barely three days past the final flakes from the previous storm, and still digging, when the new one arrived. By the end of the following day, another 19.5 inches had fallen at BWI-Marshall Airport.
If you accept the measurements, it ranks as the city’s eighth-biggest two-day storm, and the ninth-ranking storm overall. The 15.5 inches that fell on the 10th was the ninth-deepest one-day fall since daily snow records began here in 1892.
(SUN PHOTO: Gene Sweeney, Jr. Feb. 11, 2010)