Empty shelves can be seen at several stores across Western Washington as residents try to prepare for another round of snow by week's end.
On Thursday night, KIRO 7 stopped by stores in Everett to find empty cold cases and bare shelves.
Some stores even had lines that stretched to the aisles.
The region is expecting most of the lowlands of Western Washington to be in a 3 to 7-inch range for accumulations late Friday through Saturday.
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