A story on KOMO News from 1986 chronicling the major snowstorm that struck Seattle with 29″ of snow on Feb. 2, 1916.

More info on the story here: http://komonews.com/weather/scotts-weather-blog/100-years-ago-tuesday-seattle-had-its-greatest-one-day-snowstorm-on-record?click-clear=hp6StatxxEqT1WzV

More info on KOMO NEWS: Great Seattle Blizzard of Feb. 2, 1916

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