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Lowland Snow for NW Washington on Sunday?

Lowland Snow for NW Washington on Sunday?

Thanks to an atmospheric river last Sunday that brought flooding to many rivers flowing off the Olympics and Washington Cascades and a strong ridge just offshore for the first half of this week, we’ve had mild temperatures to begin February. Temperatures have been particularly warm east of the Cascade crest – in fact, Walla Walla didn’t dip below their average high temperature for this time of the year until February 9th. Fellow WeatherTogether blogger Karl Bonner of The Dalles, Oregon,…

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