The Earliest Snowfall In 100 Years Hit Washington Last Month

Washington is no stranger to snow, but we’re accustomed to enjoying at least a few weeks of fall before the flurries begin. Last month marked the earliest snowfall in 100 years – and if that’s any indication of what lies ahead this season, we’re in for a wild ride.

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The Farmers’ Almanac predictions for Winter 2019-20 suggest that Washington is in for a chilly winter with average precipitation levels – we just didn’t expect to see snow so early in the season!

What are your thoughts on these record-breaking winter conditions? Are you prepared for what could lie ahead this season? Let us know how you feel, and check out our previous article for more photos of a snow-covered Evergreen State.

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