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  NWS: sub-freezing temp's tonight/tomorrow a.m.

The National Weather Service released a special weather statement today: expect sub-freezing temperatures and patchy freezing fog tonight (Nov. 1) and Wednesday morning. Temperatures may drop to upper 20s to low 30s. Drive with caution as freezing fog will reduce visibility.

Statement said:

...SNOW WILL FALL ON THE MOUNTAIN HIGHWAYS WEDNESDAY NIGHT AND
THURSDAY...

SUB-FREEZING TEMPERATURES AND PATCHY DENSE FOG WILL RESULT IN
LOCALLY FROSTY ROAD SURFACES LATE TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY
MORNING. TEMPERATURES IN THE UPPER 20S TO LOWER 30S WILL BE
LIMITED MAINLY TO THE SOUTH PUGET SOUND REGION...SOUTHWEST
INTERIOR...LOWER CHEHALIS VALLEY...AND THE VALLEYS OF THE
NORTHWEST INTERIOR. IN ADDITION PATCHY FOG OR FREEZING FOG WILL
REDUCE VISIBILITIES.

A PACIFIC FRONTAL SYSTEM WILL BRING SOME SNOW TO THE HIGHER
MOUNTAIN ROADS IN THE CASCADES AND OLYMPICS WEDNESDAY NIGHT AND
THURSDAY. THE HIGHWAYS TO MOUNT BAKER AND PARADISE IN MOUNT
RAINIER NATIONAL PARK COULD RECEIVE 3 TO 6 INCHES OF SNOWFALL
DURING THIS PERIOD. THE HIGHWAY TO HURRICANE RIDGE IN OLYMPIC
NATIONAL PARK AND THE CASCADE PASS HIGHWAYS WILL PROBABLY GET 1 TO
4 INCHES OF SNOW. THE SNOW LEVEL WILL BE NEAR 5500 FEET LATE
WEDNESDAY AS THE STORM ARRIVES...THEN FALL TO AROUND 2500 FEET
THURSDAY AS PRECIPITATION TAPERS TO SHOWERS.

Nov. 1, 3:31 a.m./Seattle National Weather Service





 

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