- Associated Press - Monday, February 9, 2015

BOSTON (AP) - Boston has set a record for the most snow recorded in a 30-day period, and more is coming down.

The National Weather Service said Boston had received 61.6 inches in the last 30 days by 7 a.m. Monday, breaking the record of 58.8 inches in one 30-day period ending in February 1978.

Logan International Airport had a little more than a foot by 7 a.m. from a storm that started on the weekend and was expected to last all day.

The weather service reported an unofficial measurement of more than 21 inches in Norwell, while other communities south of Boston including Weymouth, Quincy, Milton and Rockland got 18 inches or more.

Fitchburg, Leominster, and Ashby in north-central Massachusetts all had about 15 inches.

Coastal communities north of Boston including Lynn and Ipswich reported 13 inches.

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