March 15 marks the one-year anniversary of Boston’s record-breaking snowfall total during the 2015 winter season.

It took 2.9 inches of snow that day to break the previous record of 107.6 inches — a record that was set during the 1995-96 winter season ­— to bring the total snowfall in 2015 to a record-breaking total of 110.6 inches.

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The Boston area has only had more than 100 inches of total snowfall two times since snowfall records became available during the 1891-92 season.

Over the last 30 years, Boston has had an average annual snowfall of 43.8 inches.

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Winter Storms Juno and Marcus have been recognized as the top 10 heaviest Boston snowstorms of all-time. From Jan. 26-28, 2015 Juno left 24.6 inches of snow in the Boston area. From February 7-10, 2015 Juno left the Boston area with 23.8 inches of snow.

Metro looks back at the record-breaking snowstorm that swept through Boston during the 2014-15-winter season.