WEST SEATTLE SNOW: Late-night comeback

12:08 AM: Remember when the forecasters warned they wouldn’t really know what was coming with this system until it got here? We’re seeing another blast of unpredictability – a heavy snow shower just coated the cars again up here. And although the National Weather Service dropped the Winter Weather Advisory alert, now it’s issued a Winter Storm Warning, through 11 am Wednesday, saying we could see up to three inches of snow after all.

2:18 AM: The snow’s been coming and going; checking the traffic cams, things look slushy more than snowy. One more note: The National Weather Service has canceled the Wind Advisory – strong wind never did show up in this area.

2:40 AM: Metro has put its Central Seattle buses on snow routes. Our area – considered part of the South Seattle sector- remains on regular routes. (Check here for the latest.)

3 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE SNOW: Late-night comeback"

  • Erithan November 30, 2022 (12:41 am)

    Starting to accumulate a bit over here at Cali/Alaska Junction area.

  • Aaron November 30, 2022 (3:18 am)

    My early commute (2:30am) had lots of deep ponding on the bridge and around the neighborhoods. Blocked drains everywhere, so be careful out there folks!

  • WiseWoman November 30, 2022 (5:01 am)

    The wind has been really strong howling through the fireplace snow flurries in circles really wild fast wind tunnels, wind has blown snow off bushes before stating to rain again. Its one big Slurpee out there.

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