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Columbus likely to have its first February since 1885 with no measurable snowfall

Columbus is likely to get through February without any measurable snowfall for the first time since the National Weather Service (NWS) began keeping such records for the city in 1885.

That is if the closing days of the month do not produce any accumulation of the white stuff, which NWS office in Wilmington says is not very likely based on the immediate forecast through the end of February.

Until this year, the NWS says the lowest amount of snowfall ever measured in February in Columbus was .2, or two-tenths, of an inch in 2005. So far this month — the NWS reports Columbus hasn't had any measurable snowfall.

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