WeatherWatcher: Storm warning extended to 10 am Thursday

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

The winter storm warning has been extended to 10am Thursday morning. The timing of the storm has apparently been delayed as it is moving slower than expected. Snow should start falling this evening, between now and about 6pm. We are still expecting a storm total of between 1-8 inches, or more if we get a heavier snow shower, or “thunder snow” as these are both still possible to hit, especially in the Shoreline area, as we are right in the center of the storm’s path.

A convergence zone, a rather large one is expected to develop over the North King County, and South Snohomish County area, and grow to cover everything from Tacoma to Mount Vernon.


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