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January 31, 2007|By FRANK ROYLANCE | FRANK ROYLANCE,Sun Reporter -- Weather Blogger

February arrives tomorrow. Only 28 more days in the meteorological winter season, and here we are, nearly snowless. February isn't even the coldest month in Baltimore, and it's the second-driest. But it can produce some whopper snowstorms and fierce cold. The city's record minus-7 degrees was reached twice, on Feb. 9, 1934, and Feb. 10, 1899. Many can recall the biggest one-day snow - 22.8 inches on Feb. 11, 1983. Our snowiest February was four years ago, when 40.5 inches fell. BWI's seasonal average is 18 inches.

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