It’s no secret that the PNW is getting dumped on this season, and in fact, it could be a once-in-a-decade season. Snoqualmie Pass, WA, has received more snow for this date than at any other time in the last 10-years.
On the pass, the cumulative snowfall was 236″ on Tuesday morning, 80″ more than the 10-year average, and the most in the last 10-years.
➡️New snow: 23 inches in 24 hours.
➡️Current snowpack: 102 inches – rare for January.
➡️Accumulative snowfall as of 1/12/21: 236 inches – the highest in 10 years.
➡️10-year average as of 1/12/21: 156 inches.
➡️10-year season average: 371 inches. pic.twitter.com/5PVNanRshI
— Snoqualmie Pass (@SnoqualmiePass) January 12, 2021
The current snowpack, 102″, is also rare for January, a Tweet by Snoqualmie Pass says.
The current record for the season snowfall on the pass is 696″, from the 1949-50 season. I wouldn’t bet against 2020-21 besting that…