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Monday Weather Update: Rather Damp & Gloomy Stretch Ahead Evening/Overnight

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Evening/Overnight: Snow will morph into rain for many areas before ending during the early evening. It’ll continue to be cloudy with hazardous freezing drizzle/icing conditions posing a threat for several hours during early morning (YELLOW)

Tuesday: Slushy, cloudy & drizzly conditions will carry the day…Temperatures climb to the 40’s & snow levels rise to 6000 feet…Low/High 32°/41° (YELLOW)

Wednesday: The next big, WET system will drench the entire inland empire.

FYI: On March 1st, 1910, the worst avalanche in US history rumbled through Ellington, WA (Now a ghost town near the summit of Steven’s Pass). The “White Death” swept away 2 trains & a train station, killing 96.

Dave, your SWX Meteorologist




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