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Originally published February 9, 2012 at 2:24 PM | Page modified February 10, 2012 at 9:50 AM

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Northwest snow-depth data

A look at the latest snow-depth data for various Northwest mountain areas, provided by the National Weather Service:

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A look at the latest snow-depth data for various Northwest mountain areas, provided by the National Weather Service:

AREA Current depth* Average Normal range Last year Max. depth/Year Min. depth/Year
Hurricane Ridge 90 inches 78 inches 115 inches 68 inches 162 in 1999 10 in 2005
Mount Baker 154 inches 124 inches 124 inches 117 inches 234 in 1933 17 in 1981
Stevens Pass 91 inches 86 inches 106 inches 53 inches 152 in 1964 10 in 1981
Snoqualmie Pass 84 inches 78 inches 108 inches 46 inches 154 in 1964 8 in 1977
Stampede Pass 74 inches 86 inches 86 inches 40 inches 228 in 1946 0 in 2005
Mission Ridge 34 inches 40 inches 85 inches 29 inches 67 in 2006 8 in 1976
Crystal Mountain 65 inches 59 inches 110 inches 45 inches 112 in 1999 6 in 1977
Paradise 139 inches 132 inches 105 inches 120 inches 240 in 1969 27 in 1977
White Pass 60 inches 53 inches 113 inches 30 inches 110 in 2008 0 in 2005
Timberline, Ore. 120 inches 118 inches 102 inches 96 inches 238 in 2002 10 in 1977
Meadows, Ore. 100 inches 98 inches 102 inches 71 inches 184 in 1974 9 in 1977

This table examines snow depths between Nov. 1 and May 1. Averages, maximums and minimums early and late in the season might be inaccurate due to limited data. If there is a tie for the maximum or minimum snow depth, the latest year is indicated.

Record taking began for Hurricane Ridge in 1979; Mount Baker in 1926; Stevens Pass in 1939; Snoqualmie Pass in 1929; Stampede Pass in 1943; Mission Ridge in 1970; Crystal Mountain in 1967; Paradise in 1926; White Pass in 1976; Timberline in 1973; and Meadows in 1974.

*Current depth as of Thursday.

Mark Yuasa: 206-464-8780 or myuasa@seattletimes.com

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