More snow likely for storm-buried Pa­cific North­west

The Washington Times Daily - - AMERICAN SCENE -

SEAT­TLE | Pa­cific North­west res­i­dents who are more ac­cus­tomed to rain than snow are dig­ging out from a win­ter storm and brac­ing for more.

The sun was out Sun­day morn­ing but the Na­tional Weather Ser­vice says snow will re­turn late in the af­ter­noon into the evening across the North­west.

Snow­fall amounts will range from an inch to 3 inches through Sun­day night.

The Seat­tle Times re­ports storms have de­liv­ered more snow to Seat­tle in the first days of Fe­bru­ary than it usu­ally gets in a year.

Tem­per­a­tures are in the teens or sin­gle dig­its. Me­te­o­rol­o­gists say low tem­per­a­ture records could fall Sun­day.

It was 9 de­grees in Ar­ling­ton, Washington early Sun­day. The weather ser­vice said that was colder than the Arc­tic coast or North Slope of Alaska.

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