It's out with the old and in with the new season on March 1 with the beginning of meteorological spring.
Data from the National Weather Service's Weather Prediction Center offered a peak at winter's snowfall statistics.
The first graphic shows the snowfall this season from Oct. 1, 2022, through Feb. 28, 2023, across the contiguous U.S.
The second map illustrates the seasonal snowfall departure from the 14-season mean (2008-2009 to 2021-2022) through the end of February.
According to FOX Weather senior weather data specialist Shane Brown, the largest season-to-date departure from previous seasonal maximum happened along the Ashley National Forecast in Utah with a difference of almost 22 feet.
The WPS noted the West and the northern Plains are experiencing much above average snow. This comes while the East has been nearly shut out, with significantly less snow than normal.
The last map below shows how much more snow has fallen so far this season when compared to the prior 14 seasons' maximum snowfall through the end of February.
"Notice how expansive the maximum snowfall departures (2 to 4 feet!) are across the West when compared to any of the past 14 seasons," the WPS said.
So hold on. Snow may not be done for much of the nation quite yet as much of the country is expecting cooler than average conditions for March.