Boston set an all-time snowfall record: The latest storm in an epic winter edged the total just over the nine-foot mark. Sunday's storm dropped 2.9 inches at Logan International Airport, pushing the seasonal accumulation to 108.6 inches and surpassing the previous record of 107.6 set in 1995-96.

Forecasters said Monday that the city could get more snow later in the week.

"Is this the part where we all get to say, 'I'm going to Disney World'?" said Justin O'Brien, a Boston lawyer, capturing the region's sense of cynicism and sheer snow fatigue.

Computer models indicate a coastal storm could develop Friday, but differ on its track. A storm could bring little to no precipitation to southern New England, or it could bring "a decent slug" of rain and snow, the National Weather Service said. - AP