A wet and rainy few weeks in Western Washington have translated into heavy snow in the mountains, pleasing winter sport enthusiasts who suffered through a dry winter last year.
Measurements show that Mount Baker, which typically has the biggest snowpack in the Cascades, has gotten 188 inches of snow since the start of the season.
Much of that has come in recent weeks, as a number of storm systems moved through the region. In fact, since Friday Mount Baker has received 43 inches of new snow. Read more at KING5.com.
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