TRI-CITIES, Wash. -- According to record data from the National Weather Service, the Tri-Cities has seen the most February snowfall since a record setting year back in 1916.
So far, the Tri-Cities has seen 16.5 inches of snow for the month of February. That's over an inch per day, and there are still two weeks left in the month.
It's the second highest February snowfall total in Tri-Cities history.
The record was set in Kennewick in 1916.
Right now, the record stands at 24 inches according to the NWS.
More snow is expected to hit the region this month.