Winter Storm Warning for Cascades; rain & wind in lowlands

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SEATTLE — There is a Winter Storm Warning for the Cascades until 6 a.m. tomorrow morning. Snow level is 2,500 feet, so ALL Cascade passes will be affected.

Expecting total accumulations of 12-18 inches, with breezy-to-windy conditions causing poor visibility. The active system bearing down on us will bring rainy & windy conditions to the lowlands late this morning and this afternoon.  It’s a chilly day too, with highs only in the upper 40s.

The weekend will be chilly with highs in the mid-to-upper 40s and just a few showers.  Monday could be dry, but the next round of rain will starting Monday night into Tuesday.  It looks dry mid-week next week, but it’ll too far off to know for sure.

Photos of the day . . .


Blowing snow at Stevens Pass this morning. From Reporter Tom Yazwinski.


Delilah, the 12th Baby, screaming for her Seahawks! From Sheila in the Renton Highlands.


Tony, the 12th Kid! From Donzilai in Seattle. GO HAWKS!

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