• Snow falls in North Sound


    Snow has been falling late Tuesday night over parts of the north region of Puget Sound to the Canadian border.

    Reports of falling snow and rain came in just after 9 p.m. in Lake Stevens, Lynden and Sumas.

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    KIRO 7 Chief Meteorologist Morgan Palmer said no significant accumulation is expected. 






    WSDOT cameras captured snow at about 10 p.m. falling at State Route 9 near Front Street in Sumas. 

    Rain is expected to return Friday evening into Saturday.

    According to PinPoint Meteorologist Nick Allard, there looks to be a chance for accumulating lowland snow in spots on Sunday (particularly early in the day) but specifics won't firm up until later in the week and there's a very good chance that the cold air and residual moisture don't get together.  


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