UW Professor Predicts ‘Snow Apocalypse’ Across Washington | Crime & Sirens | chronline.com

UW Professor Predicts ‘Snow Apocalypse’ Across Washington | Crime & Sirens | chronline.com

It’s early next week that Mass predicts the state will see a “snow apocalypse.” A second storm starting Monday is forecast to leave the Puget Sound region under an 18- to 24-inch blanket of snow. Parts of Yakima County are forecast to see nearly a foot — or as Mass phrased it, “One of the greatest snow events in decades.”

Mass says there’s a lot of uncertainty about the second snowfall, and the National Weather Service is much more conservative about its predictions for next week. The NWS says there’s a chance conditions could develop to bring more snow Saturday through Wednesday, but their forecast suggests no more than 2 to 3 inches of snow “even in the heaviest snowfall locations.”

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