It's official: Record snow fall for winter 2007-2008 in Waterloo

As expected, the record from 1932 snowfall (245.3 cm) was broken this winter (246 cm), and winter is not even over yet.

Even the amount of snow for one day was 32 cm on Saturday, topping the previous record in Jan 22, 1966 of 30.5 cm.

The total amount of snow from Friday/Saturday was 38 cm, but with wind and drift, it was waist deep or even chest deep in many places.

Some region residents were unable to get out of their homes Monday.

Also, see previous coverage of the storm, with more pictures. 

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