The coldest and snowiest winter in decades just doesn't want to end. Another major storm developed to our south midweek and rolled through the Great Lakes and East Coast with plenty of wind, snow, and even severe weather. The snow was flying from northern Missouri and Illinois, through the Ohio Valley and into the Northeast dumping more snow on areas that have already seen 2, 3, or even 4 times their yearly average. Chicago got another 4" of snow which has moved the city into 3rd place on the all-time snowy list. Detroit was in the same boat adding another 6" of snow making it the 2nd snowiest winter all-time and just a mere 3" shy of breaking their record. More records were set moving east with daily record snowfalls for Buffalo, Rochester, and more than a dozen cities from Vermont to Maine where storm totals topped 26". Most areas will get a breather through the weekend where temperatures will return to melting levels of the 30's and 40's, but another storm could be brewing as early as next week.