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      Snow totals from Tuesday's event

      Seattle has been mostly blank Tuesday, but several other areas are reporting gobs of snow, just showing how variable snow fall is around the Pacific Northwest.

      Here are some snow totals from varying sources, including social media, the CoCoRahs volunteer spotter network and National Weather Service spotter reports.

      Most of these are just for Tuesday although for some reports in () we have snow on ground total.

      General public/Social Media (unofficial reports)

      24" Skagit/Whatcom County line
      14" Lake Whatcom
      11.5" Arlington
      8" Snoqualmie Ridge
      8" Stanwood
      7" South Bellingham
      6" Sequim
      6" Lacey
      6" Lake Stevens
      5.5" Novelty Hill
      5" Mill Creek
      4" Everett
      4" Bow/Edison
      4" Langley
      3" South Everett
      2.5" Shoreline
      2.5" Bothell
      0.75" Edmonds
      0.5" Bellevue
      0 Downtown Seattle

      National Weather Service Spotters: (Numbers in parenthesis overall snow on ground)

      18" Deming
      10" Bellingham
      9" La Conner (12")
      7" Snohomish
      6.3" Greenbank
      6" Coupeville (8")
      6" Marysville
      4" Enumclaw
      4" Pt. Townsend
      2" Eatonville
      2" Puyallup

      CoCoRahs Volunteer Spotters. (24 hr time frame 8a Mon - 8a Tue. Parenthesis indicates snow on ground)

      11.2" Mineral (17")
      8" Bellingham
      7.7" Concrete (14")
      6.8" North Bend higher hills (13")
      6.5" Port Angeles, high up in Olympic Mtn foothills 8 mi SW of town (10.7")
      6.1" Olympia (7.5")
      5.5" Mount Vernon (6.0")
      5.5" Forks (11.0")
      4.2" Camano Island
      3.5" Friday Harbor
      2.9" Auburn (4.0")
      2.5" Anacortes
      2.3" Maple Valley
      2.0" Lake Stevens (3.0")
      1.5" Kent
      1.1" Tacoma

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