I subscribe to the the OWSC Newsletter and the March issue had this announcement.
OWSC is pleased to release a new web tool that displays the bi-monthly snow depth data from the Northwest Avalanche Center (NWAC). Partially supported by Tableau, this was a collaboration between NWAC and OWSC and was recently featured in a UW News piece. ... Note that this is snow depth (i.e., the measurement of the depth of the snow on the ground) and not snow water equivalent.
It's easy to compare past years. I confirmed my memory that 2015 was an extremely low snow season (at Snoqualmie Pass). I didn't remember that 1999 was so high, but this season is getting close to that.
I don't think I've seen this posted here already -- I did a search and didn't find it.
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