As of Tuesday, midnight, Grand Rapids broke the 100 inch mark as of midnight, and Muskegon gathers more than 120 inches of snow for the season.

The National Weather Service reported a seasonal total of 100.5 inches inland, with 120.3 reported at Muskegon's lakeshore.

For both cities, the daily snowfall total set new records for any February 17th:  Grand Rapids at 5.6 inches broke a record set in 1956, Muskegon's 6.2 inches shattered a record held since 1939.

The snow had not stopped at midnight.  Expect the Weather Service to update the snowfall total sometime a bit later this Tuesday morning.