• Snow falling at Snoqualmie Pass, more forecast for south, central Cascades

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    It snowed in the Cascades overnight with wet snow showers possible Thursday morning.   

    PHOTOS: Snowy conditions on Snoqualmie, Stevens passes

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    A batch of heavier precipitation along Interstate 90 in the Cascades brought some snow to I-90 at Snoqualmie Pass Wednesday night. There were no travel problems but WSDOT reported some slush around 11 p.m.

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    At Snoqualmie Pass at around 3,000 feet Thursday morning, there is some slush on the roadside as well as wet snow falling at about 33 degrees. 

    Snowfall of more than 6 inches is possible mainly above 3,500 feet elevation, including Stevens and higher passes.  Most snowfall will occur above Snoqualmie Pass.

    >>5-day forecast

    A Winter Weather Advisory was issued for the first time this season for the central and south Cascades in Pierce and Lewis counties where 8-14 inches could fall by Wednesday night.

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