MORE SNOW PHOTOS/VIDEO: West Seattle scenes from the weekend and beyond

THANK YOU! Here are more of the photos and video you’ve shared in since the snow began (and we’re adding):

Added Monday – thanks to Liz Virnig for this montage of cool creations by the water:

Added Sunday, more photos/video – below, “picture sent by Lisa Wolters: Igloo built by Ella, Sawyer, Lisa and Ben Wolters and by Elliott and Chad Caron“:

Alex Hagenah‘s snow couple in Seaview:

From Monibelle, “Juneau St. shenanigans”:

Tweeted by Brian, his family’s very young snow-shoveler:

More Saturday views – the next two by Susan Romanenghi:

Texted, a Solstice Park scene:

Below are the photos/video published on Saturday night:

Near Salty’s on Alki (WSB sponsor), snow person photographed by Meagan Dockter:

Giant Lincoln Park snowperson. Addison Whited in the photo sent by Breanna Whited:

Lowman Beach, by Richard:

Snow dog by James, photo by Declan:

Gatewood aerial from TS:

The hill on 39th SW, by Keri:

Improvised snow vehicle! Video tweeted by KFT:

Time-lapse video of igloo-building, from Jamie Kinney:

Texted photo of snowpeople at Junction Plaza Park:

Afternoon sunshine at Hiawatha Community Center, from Andy:

Photo below was via e-mail: “Happy Snow days from The Haveson family in Fauntleroy!”

A wintry scene at sea, from David Hutchinson, photographed from south of Alki Point:

Lorrie Church‘s photo is most memorable for the bumper sticker:

Texted photo of a snow cat:

Texted photo – Lincoln Park:

Texted photo – north end of West Seattle Golf Course:

Texted photo – cross-country skiing in Admiral:

A view westward from 44th/Edmunds in The Junction:

From David, the yard where he has long produced “Nightmare on 44th” at Halloween took on a different ambience early today:

And an early snowperson photo sent Friday night by Susanna from Niederberger Contracting (WSB sponsor):

Got pics? If you text them to 206-293-6302, let us know who to credit – or email – thank you!

12 Replies to "MORE SNOW PHOTOS/VIDEO: West Seattle scenes from the weekend and beyond"

  • Railroaded February 9, 2019 (5:38 pm)

    Kids love snow. No doubt about it.

  • anonyme February 9, 2019 (6:11 pm)

    Dear drivers: STAY HOME.  The streets have now turned to ice, and fools are spinning out, driving down sidewalks, and using trees as bumper cars.  You’re going to wreck your car, damage property, or kill someone.  Do not attempt to drive west on 102nd from 35th.  Drivers were abandoning their vehicles at the intersection earlier today even before it turned to compacted, sheer ice.

    • Bradley February 9, 2019 (8:21 pm)

      I find it much easier to drive around now that it’s well below freezing. It’s almost impossible to get traction in 34-degree snow with melting ice underneath. I’ve been watching people drive around all day in Arbor Heights and many are driving WAY to fast.

    • ZD February 9, 2019 (8:56 pm)

      @ anonyme. Yikes. Not very optimistic are you?

  • Mj February 9, 2019 (6:21 pm)

    Snow dog is funny, and we’ll done!Anonyne – some people have to drive to get to work, critical jobs like nurses, doctors, police, fire et al.  You want them to not get to their jobs?

    • MagPie February 9, 2019 (7:04 pm)

      Yup! My nurse shift starts at 7am tomorrow so my brother in law was a hero and came to shovel the snow so my car can get out in the morning. 🤞🏼

  • Frosty February 9, 2019 (9:29 pm)

    Let’s all sing along, “Frosty the snow person, had a very…” 

  • anonyme February 10, 2019 (6:30 am)

    We’re not talking about emergency vehicles, which are prepared for dangerous conditions, or doctors and nurses trying to get to work.  The morons I’m seeing out there appear to be headed home and not going toward any kind of business location.  Anyone with common sense (I know, it’s a rare commodity these days) should be able to understand that they might have to seek a safer, alternative route home, where there are not steep grades, or leave vehicles in a safer, level place and walk the remainder of the way.  Again, some folks seem to confuse “optimism” for common sense, which explains some of the backlash here.  I personally don’t want to see more kids in the hospital, or worse, because some fool spun out and hit them where they should have been safe.

  • anonyme February 10, 2019 (11:41 am)

    @zd, next time I see a vehicle spinning out at the intersection or sliding backward down a sidewalk I’ll be sure to point out to them that the problem clearly lies with their lack of optimism.@mj, I’m not sure how you came up with that bizarre interpretation, but perhaps you should share your wisdom with SDOT, WSDOT, SPD, NOAA, and even WSB, who all said exactly the same thing.   Major arterials are not too bad this morning, but if you are not performing an essential service, such as emergency or hospital services (which apparently, for some, needed spelling out) – you probably should not be on the road.  At least not yesterday.  Meanwhile, it’s a great day to make some chili and binge watch Schitt’s Creek.

  • Michael Ostrogorsky February 10, 2019 (12:28 pm)

    Our Hyacinth Macaw and Snow Parrot Princess Tara checking out a snow man in High Point:

  • Deb February 11, 2019 (10:03 pm)

  • ERIKA BORGES February 12, 2019 (9:56 am)

    Stanley in West Seattle has had enough of this snow…

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