The National Weather Service says a winter storm will move quickly through Washington Friday and Saturday with high surf on the coast, rain in Western Washington, snow in the Cascades and the northeast corner of the state.
There’s plenty to do this weekend in Seattle. You and your kids can learn yoga, dance, learn more about animals or meet R2D2! Here are some of our favorite activities.
Join in on the first ever celebration of the Northwest Yoga Community! February 18 and 19, it’s a weekend filled with yoga workshops and classes, even a yoga marketplace. Plus a FREE Community Yoga Class on Saturday and FREE Kids Yoga Class on Sunday… Beginners welcome!
Governor Chris Gregoire has issued a Winter Storm Emergency, putting the WA National Guard on stand-by.
The snow that moved across Washington on Wednesday seems to be heaviest in the southwest corner of the state. Meanwhile, high winds have begun hammering parts of the Oregon coast, knocking down trees and causing power outages.
Seattle, a city more accustomed to rain than snow, is preparing for a potentially major snow storm to hit Wednesday as the city’s mayor urged residents to stay off roads and school officials prepare for the worst.
A major snowstorm is expected to hit Washington state Wednesday, piling between six to 12 inches of snow in Seattle and other lowland areas of western Washington, the National Weather Service said Monday.
And a few school districts are already announcing delays for Tuesday, January 17.
winter weather system is socking Washington with a one-two-three punch this week, with as much as 7 inches expected in Seattle and other areas of the state by Tuesday and the heaviest snowfall due Wednesday.
Ready to head out of town? The weekend is full with windless kites, fire and ice, wine and more!
Happy New Year! Ready to let your hair down and party? Here are some Seattle area venues where you and your grown-up friends can welcome 2012 with lots of fun and style!