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Sustained winds of 30 to 40mph are expected.
While air quality has improved, residents are being asked to limit indoor wood burning.
Wet weather systems to bring Nooksack River up around “Action Levels,” Puget Sound area flood watches issued
“Excessive runoff may result in flooding of rivers, creeks, streams, and other low-lying and flood-prone locations.”
“It is likely there are more victims, locally in Bellingham, and potentially in nearby cities, to include Seattle.”
This is an update to an earlier reported incident.
Snow accumulations of up to 3 feet are possible.
This and other seasonal pass closures will remain until they can be safely reopened in the spring.
Motorists are advised to be alert for slippery bridge decks.
The suspect is accused of striking the resident in the head with a flashlight before stealing the resident’s wallet, keys and vehicle.
Motorists are advised to be alert for slippery bridge decks due to frost.
Outdoor, indoor burning prohibited for the next few days.
There were no reports that the incidents were related.
The victim reportedly suffered several injuries including broken bones.
They were injured after their vehicle was forced into a Jersey barrier.
Charges state that Dupar described herself as a “nurse practitioner” on her business website.
The overpass will open to the public following a ceremony.
2023 could be the second year without confirmed detections.
WSDOT reported the road had reopened about 5am.