Multiple massive snow storms have the Wenatchee Valley over the past few days. National Weather Service Meteorologist Jeffrey Cote says they’re seeing numbers of between 8 and nearly 16 inches fallen since this month.
“On average, you can see 2.5-5 inches of snow for the Wenatchee Valley in the month of February.”
Another storm is expected to hit North Central Washington Thursday which could drop another 3-6 inches of snow in the Valley and more in the highlands.
“We’re not really moving into a quieter pattern as a whole. There will still be systems coming through and going into the next couple weeks, we’re still seeing below normal temperatures and at least a chance of snow showers.”
Cote says historical records of snow fall in the Wenatchee area are inconsistent, so it’s hard to tell if our February will break a record for the month.