A snowy scene near Bridgeport, Texas on Thursday, Feb. 11, 2010. (Photo Courtesy of AccuWeather.com Facebook Fan James) The Southern snowstorm disrupting travel along the I-10 and I-20 corridors today dumped heavy snow across portions of the southern Plains, including northern Texas, Thursday. Following the storm, snowfall this winter in places like Dallas and Oklahoma City are keeping up with the seasonal snowfall in Toronto! Dallas got 11.2 inches of snow from the storm Thursday, shattering the old daily snow record of 1.4 inches, set in 1988. The 11.2 inches of snow, just from this one storm, already ranks this February as the second snowiest on record. February 1978 still stands as the snowiest February with 13.5 inches of snow.

The seasonal snow total in Dallas is now 14.4 inches, which ranks as the third snowiest winter for the city. The winter of 1977-78 remains the snowiest winter in Dallas with a total of 17.5 inches. Like this current winter, an El Nino pattern was in place during the winter of 1977-78.

Wichita Falls, Texas got 5.5 inches of snow from the storm Thursday. The 5.5 inches broke the old daily snowfall record (Feb. 11) of 3.5 inches, set in 1958. This brought the seasonal snowfall total to 14.8 inches, which breaks the record of 14.3 inches, set during the winter of 1957-1958.

Oklahoma City has received 19.9 inches of snow so far this winter.

Meanwhile, Toronto, Canada has only received 15.4 inches of snow this winter! Story by AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Meghan Evans.