In Port Angeles, the average winter snowfall is about 4 - inches in the downtown area, which is just above sea level. At the marina, where Ed and I live, because we are literally on the water, it rarely snows. Over the last week we have had about 15 -inches of accumulation at the marina and in town there has been 2 - 3 feet and up at the edges of town some people have 5 - feet, no joking, and it is still snowing. You will also be surprised to know that we have Anna's Hummingbirds here year round, including the winter. The photos are of an area which got 5 - feet. Ed has been feeding the birds and he has many new feathered friends surviving this snow storm, which might last another week. We are wondering what kind of snow totals are up on Mount Olympus at 6 - 8 thousand feet?