White Christmas for Lake Stevens?
Snow and frigid temperatures are in store for the holiday weekend
It’s more likely than not that Lake Stevens will see snow by the end of Christmas Day. What’s even more certain is that snow followed by an extended period of frigid weather will dominate the Greater Lake Stevens weather pattern beginning Christmas Eve and lasting into 2022.
“It is likely that western Washington will experience much colder weather by the weekend, and it appears likely accumulating lowland snow will fall as well,” University of Washington meteorologist Brandon Johnson said Monday.
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