It snowed in the Cascades overnight with wet snow showers possible Thursday morning.
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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.
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.
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.
Resources from WSDOT:
- Mountain pass reports
- What to carry in your car [PDF]
- Winter driving guide [PDF]
- Snoqualmie Pass cameras
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