GREENSBORO, N.C. (WFMY) -- A major winter storm has dropped lots of snow across the Piedmont Triad.

It will be another record snow in the books. In fact, it’s the third snowiest one day in Greensboro history with 12 inches of snow as of Sunday afternoon. The record dates all the way back to 1903.

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RECORD BREAKING SNOW IN GREENSBORO

On March 3, 1927, Greensboro received 20 inches of snow. On December 17, 1930, the City of Greensboro received 14 inches of snow and 11 inches on March 09, 1960.

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CURRENT SNOW TOTALS

Other areas across the Piedmont Triad have also received significant snow, with more than 14 inches of snow in Winston-Salem, 11 inches of snow in High Point, and 8 in Burlington as of 3:00 p.m. Sunday.