1:57 PM: That’s what Southwest Athletic Complex looked like this morning – one of the places in West Seattle where light snow from earlier this week is lingering. And you might notice a little more on the ground in your neighborhood when you return home tonight – light snow is falling right now and the National Weather Service expects showers to continue for a while:
Another band of moderate to heavy precipitation is moving onshore from the Pacific near Hoquiam. A band of snow is also affecting the Puget sound lowlands. The dry air will limit accumulation and most will fall as flurries to light snow. #wawx pic.twitter.com/qgfWxcoZcY
— NWS Seattle (@NWSSeattle) January 15, 2020
No new alerts so far.
2:26 PM: Half an hour later, still snowing, heavily at times.
2:52 PM: And it’s all but over for now. Some stuck to side streets, though – Heather tweeted this photo from North Admiral:
The temperature’s still above freezing, though. SDOT‘s back out on the arterials just in case.
4:34 PM UPDATE: We just took a trip around the peninsula – roads are fine, no further precip.