How Much Snow Will Seattle Get? Snowmageddon Part Two On The Way

How Much Snow Will Seattle Get? Snowmageddon Part Two On The Way

How Much Snow Will Seattle Get? Snowmageddon Part Two On The Way

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee declared a state of emergency over the storm. Those cities include Coon Rapids, St. Louis Park, Robbinsdale, Crystal, and Eden Prairie.

With temperatures already in the teens or single digits, meteorologists predict low temperature records could be broken on Sunday.

A weather system, similar to the one that dumped snow on the region earlier this week, is expected to hit on Friday, potentially bringing more days of canceled classes, snow on the ground and road issues next week.

Travel early today to beat our next winter storm that will move into the Sierra this evening and last through Sunday evening with a winter storm warning up. Snow will mix with - or change to ice pellets later Tuesday morning, and to freezing rain Tuesday afternoon.

At 10 p.m., we've got a High Wind Warning for areas up north. Gusts between 50-60 miles per hour can make it dangerously cold and lead to blowing snow.

Early in the day Friday there are just flurries expected north of Seattle so the morning commute would likely be uninterrupted for most people.

More snow is on the way for much of the state. Near whiteout conditions are expected in higher elevations are expected at times.

For information on warming shelters for homeless, there's a running list here. Roads along and north of I-80 will become snow covered between 4 and 5 PM with the heaviest snow falling until 9 PM.

Another storm system is arriving now into Iowa and Minnesota.

Autumn Sang was at a mobbed grocery store in Tualatin, Oregon, on Friday stocking up for the coming storm for herself and her neighbor, who is disabled and doesn't have a auto.

Sang said she had never seen the store so crowded. "I think that Portlanders, majority are city people and they come from a lot of different places, so they're not so used to it". The heaviest snow is expected to fall between 4 and 9 PM on Monday.

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