The winter of 2007-08 was Madison's snowiest on record, with Mother Nature dumping a cumulative 101.4 inches of snow in the city. (For comparison, the previous record was 76.1 inches in the winter of 1978-79.) The record snowfall included a lot of middling storms that added up over time, as well as a few significant ones, including a blizzard Feb. 5 and 6 of that year that brought 13.4 inches of snow to Madison. Other notable storms included 8.8 inches Jan. 21-22 and 7.7 inches March 21. Here's a look back at a season that tested our patience and snow-clearing skills.
Photos: Recalling Madison's snowiest-ever winter in 2007-08