Impress at the water cooler with this gaggle of Seattle winter weather stats

SEATTLE -- As meteorologists continue to analyze this past winter that technically ended on Tuesday, at least for "meteorological winter", we're finding more and more ways it was unusual.

I've already blogged about how we had more snow than Minneapolis for January and February and how it was the 9th coldest winter since Sea-Tac records began in 1945

But if you need more to impress at the water cooler, the folks at the National Weather Service in Seattle went back and found plenty more statistical morsels about the past month and winter:

Yes, there will be a quiz!

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