More snow to New England as Boston inches closer to 20 Year snowfall recordA 20 year old snowfall record is edging closer as snow fell over an area stretching from the Ohio Valley to southern New England and Boston edged closer to breaking it’s record.  The Boston Globe reported that the city had received 2 inches of snow by 2 a.m. Monday, when the heaviest part of the storm had passed. That brought the snowfall total to 104 inches, 3.6 short of the 107.6 that fell in the winter of 1995-96. Forecasters called for more snow to fall beginning Tuesday night and continuing into Wednesday and possibly Thursday. Other parts of the region were expected to receive between 3 and 6 inches by early Monday, with 4 to 8 inches in southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Up to 6 inches of snow was anticipated in New York state, northern Massachusetts and Cape Cod. FULL REPORT