Photos: 100-Year Anniversary Of Seattle’s Greatest One-Day Snowstorm

by Norm Gregory on February 2, 2016

in Seattle, Seattle Snow

Sure, many of you are celebrating Punxsutawney Phil’s annual day to shine in the spotlight, but did you know February 2 holds another special place in Seattle’s weather history?

Tuesday marks the 100-year anniversary of Seattle’s greatest one-day snow storm, which was actually a three-day snowstorm. A can-you-image-what-would-happen-today, jaw-dropping 21.5 inches of snow fell in the heart of Seattle on Feb. 2, 1916, which still stands as Seattle’s official largest one-day snow total.

Source:  KOMO

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