Winter has been downright awful for most of the United States, but these cities have been hit particularly hard by snow this season, according to recent snowfall totals from The Weather Channel and goldensnowglobe.com.
Chicago -- 67.9 inches of snow this season through Feb. 17 (Average: 36.4 inches)
Erie, Pa. -- 110.8 inches of snow through Feb. 17 (Average: 76.7 inches)
Indianapolis -- 52 inches of snow through Feb. 17 (Average: 34.5 inches)
New York -- 55.6 inches of snow through Feb. 17 (33.5 inches the past two seasons)
Buffalo, N.Y. -- 95.4 inches of snow through Feb. 17 (Average: 71.8 inches)
Grand Rapids, Mich. -- 94.9 inches of snow through Feb. 17 (Average: 59.5 inches)
Philadelphia -- 55.4 inches of snow through Feb. 17 (8.3 inches all last season)
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