Up to six inches of snow possible tonight through Friday in Bothell and Kenmore

Heavy snow could wreck havoc on Bothell Highway as it did in 2009. - Reporter file photo
Heavy snow could wreck havoc on Bothell Highway as it did in 2009.
— image credit: Reporter file photo

A couple of inches of snow could hit the Northshore area between Thursday evening and Friday afternoon.

The National Weather Service in Seattle issued on Wednesday a winter storm watch for Western Washington from Thursday evening through Friday afternoon. As much as six inches could hit some areas of Western Washington.

Up to two inches of snow could fall around Tacoma and two to four inches from Seattle northward. The snow is predicted to hit late Thursday night and continue to late Friday morning, possibly impacting the morning commute. The Eastside of Lake Washington could get hit with the most snow fall.

Check back with the Bothell/Kenmore Reporter for possible school closures and delays.

A winter storm watch means conditions are favorable for severe winter weather.

If warm south winds are more effective than expected, the snow amounts will be less.


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