February 12

Winter Storm Impacts for Washington and Oregon through Saturday


More snow is on the way in large parts of Washington. If you only received a light dusting last night, there is a chance you could receive quite a bit more tonight into Saturday. The National Weather Service says there is also the potential for freezing rain along the Washington coast as well as portions of the Cascade Foothills & Passes from I-90 southward tonight to early Saturday. There is also a chance of wind. Our history with freezing rain is it sometimes leads to power outages, so please be prepared. We’re sharing these graphics created by the National Weather Service. Find your local forecast at https://www.weather.gov and input your zip code or city and state. You can also track their offices on Facebook by searching for the Seattle, Spokane, Portland and Pendleton offices. This may be a situation where you may want to stay home. But if you do go out, check state highways here https://www.wsdot.com/traffic/trafficalerts/


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