Spokane sees longest February snow streak since 1939

Spokane sees longest February snow streak since 1939

With more snow Sunday morning, Spokane is now in its 10th consistent day of measurable snowfall.

According to the National Weather Service, that’s the longest consistent streak of snow in February since 1939! It also cracks the all-time top ten for consistent snowfall in Spokane. Below is a look at the longest snow streaks on record at the NWS:

Spokane sees longest February snow streak since 1939

It looks like this year’s streak will stay at 10, as the forecast is calling for a dry day tomorrow. But more snow is expected later this week.

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