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Snow Falling, Snow on ground, Daily weather diary, January Weather Events
Asset ID: 5236
|Title: Weather Diary 6 January 1880|
Concept: What a difference a few degrees of temperature can make
Detail: 6 January 1880: Seattle, WA has a reputation for being a rainy, cloudy city.
It does not have a reputation for being snowy. However, there are exceptions to every rule.
On this date in 1880 as much as 4 feet of very wet snow descended on the
Seattle area. Hundreds of barn roofs collapsed under the weight of the
snow, causing wide-spread damage.