Another snow round met this week in Washington state, so officials had to bring people off the street and the governor declared a state of emergency.
Nearly 20 million people in the northwest are under heavy storm on Saturday morning, with Seattle likely to drop one to two inches more snow, says CNN meteorologist Haley Brink.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport had 6.4 inches of snow Friday, according to the National Weather Service. It's the second highest snow in the region in the last 20 years, and there's more to come.
It's only the fourth time that the area has seen six inches of snow since 1991 over the course of an entire year.
Washington takes precautions
Saturday sees more snowfall and officials are prepared. Washington Governor Jay Inslee declared a state of emergency on Friday as the region prepared for white-out conditions and blew wind and cold air.
The Seattle Police Department tweeted that additional funds had been allocated to bring the homeless community to warm shelters.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) limits the number of working hours when the state of emergency is declared. Commercial vehicle drivers can be on the road. The driver who collects or delivers bulk milk products or delivers salt of road salt from FMCSA sites is exempt.
Those who are stuck at home give a lighter tone to the city's response and residents' willingness.
Mike Jacobs tweeted that since supermarkets were made of kale thanks to "tiny, fluffy balls of icy death," he would stay home and guard his offer.
Freezing Temperatures and High Winds
The Winds The expected companion of the storm could cause snowstorm problems, as well as power lines and trees. The gusts of wind could reach between 20 and 30 km / h in the area of Seattle, while the northern region of Puget Sound and Olympia could see gusts of 60 km / h.
Temperatures are expected to be below freezing by Monday afternoon stay, Brink said. The forecast high should reach 35 degrees.
Seattle's average high is 49 degrees at this point, Brink said.
These temperatures, along with the wind, may make it feel like Saturday's teenage in the Seattle area.
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