- May 25, 2018
It's all dependent on temperature.So 4-8 inches of snow over the next day? What is even happening anymore!
Greetings fellow 'hamster. Yeah nice to finally get in on this snow action, looks like we should be seeing more tonight/tomorrow too.
Come on, 40 degrees and raining non-stop for a week is just as good as a light dusting of snow that shuts down the entire city.... yeah, that shit sucked. The NWS is still issuing alerts that claim that we might get 6 inches of snow overnight, or possibly nothing, because how the fuck would they know?
Yeah, it's clear they don't have a good grasp of things, the forecasts are making big swings all over the place like every couple hours.Come on, 40 degrees and raining non-stop for a week is just as good as a light dusting of snow that shuts down the entire city.... yeah, that shit sucked. The NWS is still issuing alerts that claim that we might get 6 inches of snow overnight, or possibly nothing, because how the fuck would they know?
Yeah but the most generic safe bet you can make is the metro area will be getting rain and its going to get slushy. It's just a matter of how much snow comes beforehand.
A lot of planes are taking off now and roads will benefit massively from rain unless it freezes tonight. But poor cliff Mass is looking at chaos
We’ve had urban flooding issues from snowmelt. Make sure your drains are clear and there is a path for the water to follow.
Snow melt can be bad because of the sudden volumes but also storm drains being full of snow or ice too. Clean em if you got em.
Neither do the weather people apparently. Update from KOMO:
Current Warnings/Advisories as of 2:55 p.m.
- Seattle/Tacoma/Bellevue Metro area: Winter Weather Advisory until 8 p.m. today for 1-3" of snow and change to rain in late afternoon.
- Everett/Snohomish County, Skagit Co., San Juans, Cascade Foothills, Sekiu area: Winter Storm Warning until 6.a.m Tuesday for 3-9"of snow (less along Everett shorelines)
- Western Whatcom County: Winter Storm Warning until 6 p.m. Tuesday for 5-8" of snow
- Hood Canal: Winter Storm Warning until 4 a.m. for 2-8" of additional snow
- Olympic Peninsula: Winter Weather Advisory until 8 p.m. Monday for 2-3" of new snow
- Olympia area & North Coast: Winter Weather Advisory until 7 p.m. for 1-3" of new snow on top of what's fallen.
- Central Coast: Advisory to expire at 4 p.m. as changeover to rain underway.
- Chehalis Valley: All snow advisories canceled