BOSTON (CBS) – One more foot of snow and Boston will have a new record.

After the weekend storm, the city now has 95.7 inches of snow for the winter of 2014-15.

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That’s 11.9 inches away from the record of 107.6 set in 1995-96.

90.2 inches of snow have fallen in Boston since January 23.

The winter of 1993-94 is currently in second place for snowiest winters with 96.3 inches.  Weather record keeping began in Boston in 1891.

(WBZ-TV graphic)

(WBZ-TV graphic)

Once the storm left the city, brutal cold moved in. The temperature in Boston bottomed out at -3 degrees early Monday morning, the coldest reading in the city since January 2004.

The wind added insult to injury. Wind chills hit -26 in Boston and -37 in Worcester.

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The wind chill at 5 a.m. Monday. (WBZ-TV graphic)

The wind chill at 5 a.m. Monday. (WBZ-TV graphic)

Frostbite can occur within 15 minutes on exposed skin in these conditions.

Next storm is due Tuesday morning, arriving around 4 to 6 a.m., with light to moderate snow during rush hour. It will be gone by the evening.

Watch Danielle Niles’s forecast:

One to three inches of snow is forecast along and north of the Massachusetts Turnpike.

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Three-to-six inches are expected south of Boston and the Pike.