Chuck Wallace from Grays Harbor Emergency Management says he’s received the following weather advisories that will affect Harbor residents.
Travel this weekend will see 1”-3”snow for the Puget Sound Area as well as the Southwest Interior. A Winter Weather Advisory will be issued later today for those areas. Please be extremely careful during travel this weekend.
For Grays Harbor County, temperatures will fall into the upper 20’s in many parts of the county on Friday and Saturday night. Snow levels will drop and spotty snow showers are a possibility throughout the entire County including the coast. East County and elevations above 600 feet are likely to see a light dusting on the ground. Please be extremely aware of the possibility of Black Ice on all roadways.
A small storm front, expected Monday, is quick moving and will bring winds and moderate rain to the area.
A second storm front will arrive Tuesday and will last approximately 24 hours. The storm will contain a long period of sustained winds of 40-45 mph, gusting 60-65 mph. The Coast could see 6” of rain over the 2 day event.