When was the Snow Storm 2011?

When was the Snow Storm 2011?

The storm also came just one month after a previous major blizzard that affected the entire area after Christmas in December 2010. This storm was the third significant snowstorm to affect the region during the 2010–11 North American winter storm season….January 25–27, 2011 North American blizzard.

Category 1 “Notable” (RSI/NOAA: 2.65)
Fatalities 2

How much snow did Snoqualmie WA get?

6.3 in
Climate Averages

Snoqualmie, Washington United States
Snowfall 6.3 in. 27.8 in.
Precipitation 175.4 days 106.2 days
Sunny 151 days 205 days
Avg. July High 75.5° 85.8°

When was the Seattle Ice Storm?

A 110 mph (180 km/h) wind gust was reported at Otter Rock, Oregon. A mother and child were killed in Oregon after the car they were in slid into a creek, while a man was killed in the Seattle area….January 2012 Pacific Northwest snowstorm.

Satellite view of Oregon and Washington on January 23, 2012, showing clouds and snow
Lowest pressure 992 mb (29.3 inHg)

What was the snow storm called in 2010?

The February 5–6, 2010 North American blizzard, commonly referred to as Snowmageddon, was a blizzard that had major and widespread impact in the Northeastern United States.

What year was the October snowstorm?

The historic October Northeast storm from 2011: Epic. Incredible. Downright ridiculous.

Did it snow in Snoqualmie?

The latest Summit at Snoqualmie snow report shown below was updated on 9 Apr 2022….Resort report:

Piste conditions: Variable Conditions
Next snowfall: 0.8 in Mon 11 Apr (AM)
Next significant snowfall: 1.6 in Tue 12 Apr (AM)
Lifts open: 5 out of 26
Resort runs:

When did Snoqualmie Pass closed?

The last time all four passes were closed simultaneously was 13 years ago. During that closure, Jan. 7-10, 2009, Snoqualmie and White were closed for all four days, while Stevens and Blewett each closed for two days, according to WSDOT.

Does Seattle get ice storms?

Ice and extreme cold have caused power and water outages. Seattle does not sit in the Snowbelt and Seattleites do not have the experience of many Midwesterners and New Englanders. Seattle is a northern city, though, and it can and does receive heavy snowstorms.

Where did the Snowmageddon occur?

10, 2010 the National Weather Service reported that three storms spanning from December to February in the winter of 2009-10 had dumped a whopping 54.9 inches of snow on the Baltimore-Washington area.