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special weather statement
national weather service seattle wa
432 am pst sat feb 25 2017

waz001-503-504-506-507-509>511-514-555-556-558-559-260045-
san juan county-western whatcom county-southwest interior-
western skagit county-everett and vicinity-tacoma area-
admiralty inlet area-hood canal area-
eastern strait of juan de fuca-east puget sound lowlands-
bellevue and vicinity-seattle and vicinity-bremerton and vicinity-
432 am pst sat feb 25 2017

...lowland snow accumulations are possible late tonight and on
sunday morning...

snow accumulations appear likely on sunday morning over some 
lowland portions of western washington. showers are expected to
pick up tonight, peaking in both coverage and intensity on sunday
morning. meanwhile, snow levels will range from about 200 to 400 
feet for the entire i-5 corridor and throughout the greater puget
sound region around the time of sunrise. this has the potential 
to drop 1 to 3 inches of snow on hills above 200 to 400 feet on 
sunday morning. locally heavier accumulations are possible in the 
everett area and in east puget sound lowland communities such as 
enumclaw and eatonville. below elevations of about 200 feet 
including near the shores of puget sound, little if any snow 
accumulation is expected.

temperatures will rise into the lower 40s on sunday afternoon, 
causing morning snow accumulations to start melting quickly.

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special weather statement
national weather service seattle wa
406 pm pst thu feb 23 2017

waz001-503-504-506-507-509>512-514>517-555-556-558-559-051300-
san juan county-western whatcom county-southwest interior-
western skagit county-everett and vicinity-tacoma area-
admiralty inlet area-hood canal area-lower chehalis valley area-
eastern strait of juan de fuca-western strait of juan de fuca-
north coast-central coast-east puget sound lowlands-
bellevue and vicinity-seattle and vicinity-bremerton and vicinity-
406 pm pst thu feb 23 2017

...lowland snow showers are possible late tonight into friday 
morning...

a low pressure system will move south through the offshore waters 
and bring a chance of showers to much of western washington late 
tonight into friday. the air mass is cold enough that many of these 
showers will fall in the form of snow or small hail, even at sea 
level, until temperatures warm over the course of the day.

moisture with this system is limited, so the best chances for 
showers will be near the washington coast and in the hood canal 
area. however, showers are possible elsewhere as well. snow 
accumulations will be spotty, meaning some areas could see 
accumulations of 1 or 2 inches and other locations could see 
nothing. any snow that accumulates will melt away later in the 
day. stay tuned to weather.gov/seattle for the latest updates.

jsmith

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