Friday the 13th Snowstorm in January, 1950 still rates as Sea-Tac’s snowiest day updated

Record low temperatures and heavy snow plagued the Seattle area during the winter of 1950. On Friday January 13, downtown Seattle received an average of ten inches of snow, with Sea-Tac airport reporting 20.0 inches, just shy of a 24-hour snowfall record.


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