, 2022-12-20 02:00:00,
SEATTLE – What a wild weather day across the region!
Our high today for Sea-Tac happened this morning with a reading of 42, but soon after a cold front hit the area dropping temperatures quickly.
Let’s get right into our weather and traffic headlines moving forward:
Overnight expect bone-chilling temperatures blanketing the North Sound. Bellingham will dip into the single digits with a low of 9! Yikes!
Roads will continue to be very dangerous with compact snow and ice everywhere.
If you thought Tuesday’s highs were chilly, Wednesday and Thursday promise to be even colder with highs only in the 20s and overnights in the teens.
Again, overnight, everything freezes and some areas will kick the day off with fog or freezing fog. Allow for extra time while on the roads.
Here’s a peek at our morning low-temperature trend through next week: We’ll warm from the teens this week and back into the low to mid-40s to start next week. And remember, our average seasonal low temperature is 37 for this time of year.
We are extending our Weather Alert through Wednesday because of the winter storm that blew through. And even though our “Winter Storm Warning” drops off very early Wednesday for the Cascades, pass travel will continue to be difficult at times.
With the blast of Arctic air, a “Wind Chill Advisory” will stay in place through about 10 a.m. Wednesday as…
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