Speaking of the Madison snowfall record that was set this winter, as of today it stands at 101.4 inches according to the National Weather Service's Milwaukee/Sullivan office. So what? So this: The seasonal total could climb even higher. This may sound improbable, but consider: The National Weather Service measures seasonal snowfall totals starting from July 1 and continuing through June 30 of the following year. According to records kept by the State Climatology Office, there is no modern precedent for June snowfall in Madison. But the lack of precedent does not preclude the possibility that a precedent may be set in the future -- leaving two full weeks during which the 101.4-inch total could climb before the seasonal snowfall calendar turns over!