How'd this winter's snowfall stack up?

Posted at 12:25 PM, Mar 19, 2017

CINCINNATI -- Spring arrives Monday, and the reality is, this winter was unimpressive.

With 9.9 inches of snow recorded since November, it’s the 14th least-snowy winter on record for Cincinnati.

Our largest one-day snowfall total was only 2.5 inches of snow Jan. 5 -- and that barely gets into the cheese on a 5-way!

Our 9.9 inches of total snow is similar to that of a freshly poured tall draft beer at your favorite local brewery.

And compared to normal? Our 21.2 inches of snow in a normal year would be enough to come up to and beyond the ears of baby Fiona at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden.

There's always next year, right?