Baltimore saw its first February on record without even a trace of snowfall.
There has been at least a trace of snow in every February on record in Baltimore. Observations were made at the U.S. Customs House from the 1870s until 1950, and at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport since July 1950.
This winter, according to National Weather Service data, there has been just 1.8 inches of snowfall at BWI, tied for third-least on record here. Of that, 1.5 inches fell in January, with the remaining 0.3 in December.
There is about 7 inches of snowfall here in February, on average.