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 its deepest snowpack in ten years right now at over 10-feet.
The cumulative snowfall was at 350″ on Thursday morning, just 22″ short of the 10-year season average.
🏆Snowfall: Currently at 350 inches & 22 inches more will put us over the top exceeding the 10-year season average.
🥇Snowpack: We have the largest snowpack in a decade holding strong at over 10 feet.
📸Pictured: The winter of ’97 made the top 5 snowpack list. pic.twitter.com/ktqMWr6zIO
— Snoqualmie Pass (@SnoqualmiePass) February 18, 2021
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…