Wild Snowstorm to Hit Most All of Washington State Next Week
Snow is Coming to Washington Again
If you thought spring was here and winter was mostly over in Washington State, think again.
When and Where is Snow Expected
Just pick a location in Washington and you are expected to get snow on at least one day next week. Even the southern coast of Washington State is expected to get snow on two different days. Seattle has snow forecast for 3 different days and the mountain passes are looking like they will be treacherous with a 40-60% chance of more than 12 inches of snow.
Seattle Snow Forecast - February 20-26, 2023
Seattle is expected to get snow in the middle of next week, but not enough to impact travel unless you wander near the mountain passes.
Ocean Shores Snow Forecast - February 20-26, 2023
Even Ocean Shores on the southern coast of Washington is expecting some snow falling from the sky. Not a lot, but some is expected on two different days.
Olympia Snow Forecast - February 20-26, 2023
Light but consistent snow over a few days next week. High humidity is also forecast making fog or freezing fog a possibility.
Snoqualmie Pass Snow Forecast - February 20-26, 2023
Snoqualmie Pass lives up to the "snow" in its name once again with heavy snow expected and dangerous wind chill conditions on Wednesday night. More than 12 inches of snow is expected in mountain passes.
Spokane Snow Forecast - February 20-26, 2023
Spokane gets hit hard on Tuesday and Wednesday. Really cold temps cause wind chill dangers on Wednesday and then more snow is expected on the weekend.
Tri-Cities Snow Forecast - February 20-26, 2023
The Tri-Cities area of Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland only has a chance of snow on one day, with windy cold temperatures on the next.
Ritzville Snow Forecast - February 20-26, 2023
Not much is expected in Ritzville, but it is one of the most traveled by small towns sitting next to I-90 in the middle of the state.
You can check the forecast where you live if your area was not listed here at WeatherBug.