Brace yourselves: Spring arrives next week, but this week still looks like winter in Washington.
Forecasters say the latest cold front moving through Washington will bring rain showers but not too much snow, except in the mountains. And Seattle temps may be warming up!
Due to unforeseen weather circumstances in Snoqualmie and Stevens Pass, the Opening Night of the Seattle engagement of Disney’s Beauty and The Beast, has been postponed from tonight, February 22.
Airlines are doing their best Friday to accommodate passengers whose flights were canceled at Sea-Tac Airport because of the storm, but more cancellations today are making that task difficult.
With rain and temperatures in the mid 40′s predicted for Friday and the weekend, flooding is the next issue local residents may have to deal with.
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.
Western Washington is gearing up for the possibility of snow over the MLK Jr. weekend.
Snow… some of us look forward to it, others call it a “four letter word”. The US Weather Service says there’s a chance of it over the weekend and early next week.