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Scene in Edmonds: Snow much fun

Scene in Edmonds: Snow much fun

Before Friday’s early morning Edmonds snow began turning to rain and slush, Larry Vogel took his camera out for a walk from Maplewood to Emerald Hills. Here’s what he found: »

Happy snow day! Edmonds School District schools closed

The Edmonds School District announced this morning that all schools are closed due to hazardous road conditions in the northern portion of the Edmonds School District,  This means all after-school activities, all evening events at district buildings (including non-district events) are canceled, the district said. This snow day will be made up. Tuesday, June 17 is  now a full day. The last day of s... »

With possible snow on the way, check out Edmonds School District’s Inclement Weather Emergency School Closure Information

The decision by the Edmonds School District to have a late start or to close schools due to inclement weather will be a district-wide decision for all schools. The information will be available on: - local radio and television stations, - the District website www.edmonds.wednet.edu, and www.schoolreport.org. On days when buses operate on “limited bus transportation,” please refer to the route info... »

In case of snow, Edmonds School District has resources for parents

In case of snow, Edmonds School District has resources for parents

Forecasters are continuing to predict the possibility of snow at the start of the school week, so the Edmonds School District is advising parents to be prepared for possible changes to school schedules. If it is necessary to have a late start or close schools due to inclement weather, this is a districtwide decision for all schools. And the district notes that any closures will be made up at the e... »

Rain on the way; time to check storm drains for leaves

The weather forecast is calling for rain Friday and Saturday, and the City of Edmonds has some tips for residents and business owners to minimize possible flooding: - Check storm drains near your home and business and clear away any leaves and debris. Clogged grates are often the reason a street floods during a storm. - If you have a sump pump, test it to make sure it will be in good working order... »

Edmonds scenic: This is the second day of spring, right?

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South Snohomish County cold weather shelter open

With colder temperatures in the forecast, the South Snohomish County Cold Weather Shelter is open evenings through Tuesday this week. Anyone who needs a warm place to sleep for the night is welcome, with dinner, breakfast and a sack lunch provided. Pick up is at Lynnwood City Hall, 19100 44th Ave. W., at 7 p.m. sharp nightly, with transportation to the shelter provided. All participants will be re... »

Stage 1 burn ban in effect as of 5 p.m. Saturday

The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency has issued a Stage 1 burn ban for Snohomish County, effective at 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 29. This ban remains in effect until further notice. After a few lingering showers, weather conditions are forecast to become cold and dry this weekend. Air pollution is expected to build up to levels unhealthy for sensitive groups, especially in communities where wood-burning is... »

Edmonds scenic: Snowy Wednesday

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Seen in Edmonds: Anybody have an oar?

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Seen in Edmonds: Lake overflow

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Seen in Edmonds: Foggy Thursday

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Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office has tips for beating the heat this week

With temperatures forecast to be in the 90s by the end of the week, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office has compiled the following list of tips and resources to help our community safely cope with the heat: ·        Children should never be left unattended in a vehicle. ·        Check on your elderly and ill neighbors. ·        When children are playing in and around water, they should always be... »

Sunny skies with more to come

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Edmonds Scenic: Icy wonderland

Edmonds Scenic: Icy wonderland

Thursday photos from Bryan Briscoe: »

City of Edmonds prepared for snowy weather

As snowfall continues in Edmonds Tuesday, the City of Edmonds public works crew says it’s ready for whatever Mother Nature brings — but citizens are encouraged to stay off the roads if possible. According to Edmonds streets manager Tod Moles, crews so far have used 2,000 gallons of anti-ice, 80 yards of sand and 130 man-hours to prepare for predicted snow and ice. “We will contin... »

Snow in forecast Sunday

Our online news partner The Seattle Times reports a 50 percent chance of snow for Sunday and snow mixed with rain on Monday in the lowlands. The details. Also remember to check our snow resources page here.   »

Just a little snow in the forecast for late Thursday, early Friday

Yes, it’s true. There is a mix of rain and snow showers in the forecast across parts of what the National Weather Service calls “the lowlands” of Western Washington for Thursday night/Friday morning, but only spotty snow accumulations are expected. Sunshine and temperatures “well above freezing” on Friday afternoon will melt much of what accumulates, the Weather Servi... »

PUD reminds customers: Be prepared for winter storms

With Edmonds residents experiencing two power outages in the past two evenings — and the National Weather Service predicting  potentially cold, snowy weather this winter — here’s a timely reminder from Snohomish County PUD about being prepared for storms. A new PUD power outage reporting line gives customers an easier way to quickly report outages. The automated telephone line he... »

Snow info for Edmonds: We have it here

As of 7 a.m., the snow is falling in Edmonds but no accumulations as of yet.  (Edmonds public schools opened on schedule this morning as well, following a few days of winter break.) Predictions are calling for a lot of the white stuff, so remember that we have a list of handy information on our Snow Resources page here. »

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