SNOW? Here’s the latest from forecasters

5:35 PM: “For snow fans out there from the Puget Sound eastward, the … model solutions are not what you wanted to see for Sunday night.” So says the National Weather Service in its latest “forecast discussion,” and that’s why the NWS has lifted the weather advisory suggesting some Sunday night/Monday morning snow. It’s not entirely out of the realm of possibility, but the NWS thinks the moisture isn’t likely to meet up with the cold temperatures. By the way, tomorrow – when more than 100,000 people will be outdoors at the viaduct/tunnel celebration – is expected to be partly sunny!

6:31 AM SATURDAY: But wait! A new Special Weather Statement with a renewed projection of potential snow showers Sunday afternoon into Monday!

5 Replies to "SNOW? Here's the latest from forecasters"

  • Swede. February 2, 2019 (8:11 am)

    It would be epic with snow AND the tunnel opening the same day! Nobody would be able to go anywhere! 

  • m February 2, 2019 (9:29 am)

    Cliff Mass Blog as well. ( AM Update:  The snow threat for Puget Sound is increasing, with the potential for a few inches around Puget Sound early on Monday.  I will update at noon with a new blog.

    • WSB February 2, 2019 (10:38 am)

      He hadn’t updated last night when the NWS was backing off. We’ll see how things are looking post-tunnel/viaduct celebration later today!

  • Rick February 2, 2019 (10:23 am)

    Hey,I got Netflix and a case of bourbon. Why would I want to go anywhere? Maybe the ER, but they have special taxi’s with flashing lights for that.

    • Swede. February 2, 2019 (11:22 am)

      You got it nailed down! Maybe some beer too, for hydration though. 

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