February 2019 precipitation ranged 200-300% of normal across southern and central Idaho, southeast Washington, and across eastern Oregon. Several places recorded their February precipitation record.
McCall set the all-time precipitation record for February at 7.57″ (normal 2.42″). McCall set the all-time snowfall record for Feb at 74.0″ (normal 22.5″), the most in Feb since 1975 when 70.0″ fell. Records began in 1906. Courtesy of COOP observer.
Boise set the all-time precipitation record for February at 3.71″ (Normal is 0.99″). Boise received 11.6″ of snow in February, the most in February since 1949 when 25.2″ fell. Records began in 1877.
Baker City, OR and Ontario, OR both broke their all-time February records for precipitation. Burns, OR came in at 4th most all-time for February.
Mores Creek Summit and Bogus Basin snow surveys reported the biggest change in snow depth and snow water equivalent in February since records began in 1942. 360-370% of normal.