❄ Snowpocalypse ❄

If this past Sunday and Monday for Washington wasn’t terrible enough, get ready for some more snow!

“Seattle faces one of its biggest snow threats in years, maybe decades, as 8 to 12 inches is forecast to fall Friday night into Saturday. More snow could fall Sunday night through the middle of next week. Given the favorable snowfall pattern and computer model predictions, the National Weather Service office serving Seattle has issued a winter storm watch for the region. The watch runs from late Friday through Saturday.”

The Washington Post

With the onslaught of snow to befall on the Seattle / Washington area, we are already seeing early indications of closures for retail shops and even events around the state that are being postponed. Early this week Seattle was nearly at a standstill, but Eastern Washington is generally better equipped for winter storms.

We had a chance to speak with our good friends at Terpene Transit about potential delays,

“We are planning on running normally next week.  If the weather severely impacts our drivers’ ability to complete their routes then we will update all parties involved.” We expect any pass closures to have an effect, but hopefully, things will be business as usual.

Terpene Transit

The National Weather serviced tweeted several images of the Washington Seattle area with detail snowfall information and severe weather conditions.

Things might look pretty bad right now, but I’m sure we will make it out alive. Sit by the fire and enjoy the fruits of your labor. To our fellow users, be safe and warm out there this weekend.

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