Average Precipitation for Washington in February





The tables below give monthly averages for rainfall plus snowfall during February at cities, towns and parks in Washington.

Each place has a total for the amount of precipitation it usually receives this month. Most sites also have information on the number of days with wet weather. That includes the days when precipitation amounts to 0.01 inches (0.25 millimetres) or more.

The precipitation totals are averages based on weather data collected from 1981 to 2010 for the NOAA National Climatic Data Center.

You can jump to a separate table for each region of the state: Olympic Peninsula & West Coast, San Juan Islands & Puget Sound, Cascade Mountains and Eastern Washington.

Olympic Peninsula & West Coast

Average monthly precipitation in February
Days Place Inches Milli­metres
18 Aberdeen 9.3 235
18 Clearwater 11.2 285
19 Forks 12.7 323
Friday Harbor, San Juan Island 2.1 52
18 Grayland 7.9 201
19 Long Beach 8.4 213
14 Port Angeles 2.3 59

San Juan Islands, Puget Sound & South

February averages for total precipitation
Days Place Inches Milli­metres
14 Anacortes 2.3 59
15 Bellingham 3.0 77
15 Bremerton 6.0 153
15 Everett 3.1 78
18 Longview 4.9 124
11 Olga, Orcas Island 2.4 61
16 Olympia 5.3 134
12 Port Townsend 1.5 38
15 Seattle 3.5 89
15 Tacoma 3.9 98
16 Vancouver 4.4 110

Cascade Mountains

Average amount of rain and snow in February
Days Place Inches Milli­metres
16 Baker Lake Dam 9.3 235
16 Baring 10.3 261
Darrington 8.5 216
Mt Adams Ranger Station 5.1 131
18 Mt Rainier Paradise Ranger Station 12.7 322
16 Mud Mountain Lake Dam 5.0 128
14 Ross Dam 5.9 150
17 Stampede Pass 7.6 193

Eastern Washington State

Precipitation totals for February
Days Place Inches Milli­metres
11 Boundary Dam 1.9 48
8 Chelan 1.3 33
10 Coulee Dam 1.0 24
8 Kennewick 0.8 20
11 Leavenworth 2.6 67
11 Pullman 1.9 47
10 Spokane 1.3 34
11 Walla Walla 1.8 45
8 Wenatchee 1.1 28
8 Winthrop 1.3 34
8 Yakima 0.8 20
Reference

National Climatic Data Center. NOAA's 1981-2010 Climate Normals.

Washington Precipitation
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