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How much snow fell Thursday night?

Snow falls around the Space Needle, Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016 in Seattle. A wintry mix of snow, ice and rain showered the area. (Grant Hindsley/seattlepi.com via AP)

With 1.0" of snow at Sea-Tac Airport, Seattle recorded its most December snow since 2013. (How sad is that?) It's also the first measurable snow in any month since November 2014, and the first snow at 1" or more since February 2014. Suffice to say, it's been a while since we've seen a decent snow.

But many places got plenty more than an inch. Here's a compiled list of snow totals from the National Weather Service and some of our own reports:

  • Gold Bar: 6.0"
  • Grand Mound: 5.0"
  • Lacey: 5.0"
  • Olympia: 4.5"
  • Onalaska: 4.1"
  • Hoodsport: 3.6"
  • Eatonville: 3.5"
  • Tumwater: 3.2"
  • Port Angeles (foothills): 3.0"
  • Bainbridge Island: 2.7"
  • Port Ludlow: 2.7"
  • Shoreline: 2.7"
  • Brier: 2.5"
  • Clearview: 2.5"
  • Bremerton: 2.5"
  • Gig Harbor: 2.5"
  • Edmonds: 2.5"
  • Mill Creek: 2.4"
  • Lake Forest Park: 2.0"
  • Mukilteo: 2.0"
  • Seattle (Capitol Hill): 2.0"
  • Everett: 1.8"
  • Tacoma: 1.5"
  • Puyallup: 1.5"
  • Graham: 1.5"
  • Woodinville 1.5"
  • Friday Harbor: 1.5"
  • Lynden: 1.2"
  • Oak Harbor: 1.2"
  • Ocean Shores: 1.1"
  • Port Angeles (town): 1.1"
  • NW Seattle: 1.0"
  • Bellingham: 1.0"
  • Redmond: 1.0"
  • Anacortes: 1.0"
  • Mount Vernon: 1.0"
  • Seattle (Sea-Tac Airport): 1.0"
  • Bellevue: 0.8"
  • Carnation: 0.6"
  • Federal Way: 0.5"
  • Ferndale: 0.5"
  • Blaine: 0.5"
  • Stanwood: 0.4"

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