Yes, officially, we have surpassed last winter's paltry snowfall of four inches.
Yesterday's 0.2" of snow at the Airport in that morning "burst" of snow nudged our total up to 4.2" for the winter, which puts us safely above last winter's total. Officially, from a "yuck" standpoint for the snowstarved, this winter isn't worse.
It may not have snowed enough for you so far...and while it's January 29th and the results aren't quite what you have wanted them to be, we do have a few weeks of chances ahead to put some additional snow on the total for the winter.
Unfortunately, the mid and long range aren't all that terribly conducive for snow chances. We have a couple of shots ahead of us -- Friday for snow flurries or snow showers, Saturday night into Sunday with a clipper passing through, but the trend in modeling for the first full week of February is normal to above on temperatures. Longer range looks pretty mild into the middle and then latter half of February as colder weather locks up in the West. This doesn't mean that snow chances are completely out the window but it does mean that the window of opportunity in the short term is not all that terribly promising.