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Winter storm warning for Whatcom County lowlands warns of more snow

WHATCOM COUNTY, Wash. — Forecasters in the Seattle office of the National Weather Service issued a new winter storm warning this afternoon, December 29th, for the lowlands of Whatcom County, Lummi Island and Point Roberts.

The warning is in effect from 10pm tonight to noon tomorrow and forewarns of new snow accumulations of 4 to 6 inches.

A winter weather advisory has also been issued for the Cascade Mountains and valleys of eastern Whatcom County, including Maple Falls, the Mount Baker Ski Area during the same time. It forewarns of new snow accumulations of 4 to 12 inches in those higher elevations.

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7 Comments

  1. Rick Kennedy December 29, 2021

    I’m impressed with the fact that Weather Forecasting In the Pacific Northwest has become much more accurate. As for this new Winter Snow Watch, Oh My…Make it Stop… Please?

    • John Robinson December 29, 2021

      Other forecasters 1-3 inches. Who do wanna believe?

  2. Bob December 30, 2021

    Alex Jones was right

    • SeattleZann December 30, 2021

      That would be a first.

    • Dev Ram December 31, 2021

      Alex has been very accurate !

  3. Jill Payne December 31, 2021

    If you were born and raised this current storm was the norm when I grow up in Whatcom county.

  4. Barb Kehl January 1, 2022

    Barb Kehl
    January 1, 2022
    I was thinking about this storm being normal. I was born and raised in Whatcom County.

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