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Snow expected to blanket the Cascades this weekend

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The National Weather Service predicts heavy snowfall Friday through Saturday in the Cascades impacting driving conditions along the passes.

The NWS said the Cascades could see about 12-18 inches of snowfall in a 24 hour period impacting Stevens Pass (US 2), Snoqualmie Pass (I-90), and White Pass (US 12).

Drivers at Snoqualmie Pass said conditions got messy quick along I-90.

“It started dumping snow when we were coming up and it was raining hard. So, we said lets get gas and keep trucking,” said Daniel McMillan.

WSDOT had a traction tires advisory for both eastbound and westbound I-90 Friday night.

Anyone who plans to drive through the passes is asked to check the driving conditions before hitting the road.

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