More snow predicted Sunday-Tuesday; Edmonds Library open Sunday

Main Street was closed to traffic Saturday morning due to snow and ice. (Photo by Larry Vogel)

As residents dug out Saturday from several inches of snow overnight, the National Weather Service is predicting more snow Sunday afternoon through Tuesday in Puget Sound. Heavy snow is possible as two storm systems move across the area.

The first system, likely to hit Sunday afternoon into Sunday night, could bring the potential for 1 to 3 inches of new snow, the weather service said. On Monday, another system will move in quickly behind and continue through Tuesday, with possible new snow accumulations Monday through Tuesday of 5 to 8 inches.

If you’re looking for some good books or videos to keep you occupied during the upcoming storms, Sno-Isle Libraries said that all of its community libraries, which were closed Saturday, will be open normal hours Sunday. This includes the Edmonds branch.


One Reply to “More snow predicted Sunday-Tuesday; Edmonds Library open Sunday”

  1. Thank you to the library staff for their dedication to make sure we are served. We appreciate it very much. We know how difficult it must be to navigate the cold and icy roads to make sure the library is open. The police and fire and public works departments always come through and have to but the library staff opening up during these unusually hostile to driving conditions is commendable!


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