A snowstorm that impacted much of the Northeast Monday through Monday night is responsible for many cities record-breaking daily snow totals for the month of March.
The snow total for St. Louis, Mo., on Sunday was 12.4 inches, breaking the city's old record of 12.1 inches set in 1912.
Not only did this snowfall break the daily record for March 24, but this snowfall was the greatest in history for the month of March.
Lincoln, Ill., broke their daily snow total of 4 inches which was set in 1947 with 10.8 inches of snow on Sunday.
As the storm moved through Columbus, Ohio, a record of 2.9 inches, reported at the airport, broke the old record of 1.8 inches set in 1965.
Although record-breaking snow didn't happen in some cities, there were some impressive snow totals in Ohio associated with the snowstorm. Newtown Falls received 3 inches, Marion received 5.2 inches and 4.9 inches was reported in Delaware.
Minimal snow was reported in Columbus, Ohio, as of early Monday morning.
Washington, D.C., also had notable accumulation.
At Dulles Aiport in D.C., 3.2 inches of snow fell on Monday. This smashed the March 25th record from 1990 when 1.2 inches of snow accumulated.
Baltimore, Md. also accumulated 3.2 inches of snow beating a 2.5 inch record from 1993.
In the New York City Airports of LaGuardia and Kennedy, a trace of snow was recorded on Monday. This was the first time that snow was ever recorded here on a March 25th.
Travel delays also were reported with this storm. Flight delays were reported at the Philadelphia International Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport, Baltimore/Washington International, Reagan International Airport and Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport early Monday morning, according to FlightAware.com.
After the bulk of the storm wrapped up late Monday night, some lingering snow showers and flurries will continue across the Tennessee and Ohio Valleys and into the Northeast on Tuesday.
Meteorologist, Courtney Spamer also contributed content to this story.
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Cold air and flurries are in store for the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday but should not significantly impact voter turnout.
Snow and slippery travel will arrive in the mid-Atlantic states prior to the middle of the week.
Waves of arctic air invading the eastern half of the United States this week will culminate with the coldest weather of the season so far for some areas by the Valentine's Day weekend.
Chilly air will visit New Orleans this year for the annual Mardi Gras celebrations and linger over the city until later in the week.
Denver Broncos fans celebrating the Super Bowl win will see ideal conditions for Tuesday's parade and pep rally.
Atlantic City, NJ (1967)
Second big storm in less than 3 days. 14 inches of snow.
Mayor Lindsay Storm (1969)
1-2 ft of snow from SE New York into New England. Bridgeport, CT wind gusts to 65 mph; 800 cars stranded on Tappen-Zee Bridge, NYC. Property damage: New England more than $10 million. 10 people die from over exertion (heat seizure). Thousands of homes lost utility service. Drifts 10-20 ft. deep. Thousands stranded on highways. New York Thruway closed from New York City to Albany.
Venice, Italy (1991)
Bitterly cold air over the city froze the canals for the first time since 1985.