Newfoundland is currently dealing with the mess left behind by the latest snowstorm. While some of the photos shared on Twitter make Newfoundland's blizzard seem like it's the storm of the century, the fact is that it's not even the worst one of the last 25 years.\nThe snowfall documented at St. John's International Airport reached 76.2 centimetres on January 17 and set a new record, beating the previous one of 68.4 cm from April 5, 1999.\nHowever, it's still not even the most impressive amount the country has seen in one day.\nThat honour belongs to a storm that took place on February 11, 1999 in Tahtsa Lake West, British Columbia. On that day, a whopping 145 cm of snow covered the ground.\nThat amount is more than some cities see in an entire year, and it all happened over the course of 24 hours.\nDespite all of the messy winter weather that has already taken place on Canada's east coast, a majority of the greatest snowfall amounts actually took place in British Columbia between 1981 and 2010.\nEven cities outside of St. John's didn't see that much accumulation after the province's latest blizzard. The highest number reported was 93 cm in Mount Pearl.\nPitts memorial drive St John’s @weathernetwork #nlwx #4lanehighway pic.twitter.com/B9FaTAWuPi— Steven Windsor (@stevenawindsor) January 18, 2020\nEven with the blizzard causing the city of St. John's to enter a state of emergency, it still didn't set a new one-day accumulation record in the province as a whole.\nThat was set on January 6, 1988, when Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador's northernmost permanent settlement, got over a metre of snow in 24 hours.\nNewfoundlanders are nothing if not ingenious @NatashaFatah — We need two things to live here: survival skills and a sense of humour! This has both. Thanks Allan Horwood!! #Snowmageddon2020 #nlwx @cbcnews @cbcnl #blizzard2020 pic.twitter.com/YBLhgqi1YL— Chris O'Neill-Yates (@oneillyatescbc) January 18, 2020\nNewfoundland did manage to set a new January snowfall record, though.\nThe province has seen 166 cm so far this month. The previous highest amount was 164.8 cm in January 2005.\nShovelling snow is my favourite thing of all time! I will chase the heave and bark for more until you pass out, wake up again, and keep going! #nlwx #nlstorm @weathernetwork #Snowmageddon2020 #Snowmageddon #snowday pic.twitter.com/4NLmlFZfV4— Casey (@iamcaseydog) January 17, 2020\nEven without smashing records, the latest island snowstorm has been rough.\nLuckily, Environment Canada is not predicting any more snow in St. John's for the next few days.