WEST SEATTLE WEATHER: Still seeking snowflakes

Thanks to Jerry Simmons for that view of this morning’s sunrise … a colorful start to what ended as a gray day. Still a chance we might see a few snowflakes, but our neighbors across Puget Sound – Bremerton, Hood Canal vicinity – have the highest probability. Nonetheless, the forecast discussion says we have a chance, especially on the highest hills – the Myrtle Reservoir Park vicinity holds the highest elevation in the city. The forecast summaries note a chance of rain and snow tonight and tomorrow morning. (Just in case of snow, SDOT says its crews are ready.)

3 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE WEATHER: Still seeking snowflakes"

  • Paul January 26, 2021 (7:02 pm)

    A few flakes coming down in sunrise heights.

  • anonyme January 27, 2021 (11:32 am)

    Zilch in Arbor Heights.  Very disappointing.  I really look forward to at least one cleansing snowfall per year.

  • bunny January 28, 2021 (1:55 pm)

    I wish it would snow for days

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