IT WON’T STOP SNOWING: MT. BAKER SCORES 133 INCHES IN THE PAST 8 DAYS | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


IT WON’T STOP SNOWING: MT. BAKER SCORES 133 INCHES IN THE PAST 8 DAYS

The Pacific Northwest has been hammered in the past week with multiple feet of freshies. It all stems from an atmospheric river from the Hawaiian islands that has pumped a continuous flow of moisture into the Northwest, which combined with cold temperature to create the most epic conditions of the season!

Starting last weekend, spots in the PNW began grabbing huge snow totals. Whistler nabbed 25 inches Sunday night, while Mt. Baker in Washington snagged a cool 20 inches overnight. And the fun didn't stop there: The snow fell essentially nonstop throughout the week.

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It has been.....

Ethan Allen and...

rainin,rainin,rainin down here at lower elevations for days.Tryin out the brave browser here.

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