CHICOPEE, Mass. (WWLP) — Since western Massachusetts is getting a big weather warm-up this week, a lot of locals have been wondering whether we’re done with snow for the season.
However, historically speaking, that’s not very likely. Springfield actually averages 8.9 inches of snow in March, and so far, there’s been none. But that’s nowhere near drought conditions because there’s been a healthy 44.3 inches of snow so far this season.
In that’s a lot compared to last year, when we only saw 32 inches of snow total.
Residents of western Massachusetts shouldn’t put away the snow shovels and snow blowers just yet.