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Snowiest winter - ever - in Spokane

So much for global warming
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NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE WA
SUN MAR 29 2009

...WINTER 2008-2009 SETS RECORD FOR THE SNOWIEST ON RECORD IN
SPOKANE...

AS OF 5 PM PDT...THE SEASONAL SNOW TOTAL FOR THE SPOKANE
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WAS 93.6 INCHES. THIS SET A RECORD FOR SNOWIEST WINTER IN SPOKANE. SNOW RECORDS HAVE BEEN KEPT IN SPOKANE SINCE 1893.

         RANK      WINTER    SNOW TOTAL
         1.      2008-2009     93.6
         2.      1949-1950     93.5
         3.      2007-2008     92.6
         4.      1974-1975     89.0
         5.      1992-1993     87.3
        

THE LAST TWO WINTERS IN SPOKANE RANK AS NUMBER ONE AND NUMBER THREE ON THE ALL-TIME SNOWIEST IN SPOKANE.

** THE SEASONAL TOTAL MAY CLIMB HIGHER SINCE SNOW TOTALS ARE TABULATED THROUGH THE MONTH OF JUNE.
         
          According to the Spokesman Review, another half inch of snow is
          forecast for tonight.

http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/otx/main.php?wfo=otx&pil=rer&sid=otx
Thanks to Andrew in Spokane for this link

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30 Mar 09 - According to the Spokesman Review, Sunday also set a daily snowfall record with 3.9 inches of snowfall, more than doubling the previous record for March 29 of 1.9 inches set in 2008.

March snowfall has been nearly three times normal for the month with 9.2 inches so far.

          So much for global warming.

In a related event, pilots reported that volcanic ash from Mount Redoubt in Alaska was seen above Spokane on Sunday evening at an elevation of 35,000 to 39,000 feet

http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2009/mar/30/spokane-snow-levels-hit-all-time-high/
Thanks to Robert Bissett for this link

 

  

 

 

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